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  1. Hey all. This adapter uses 802.11 n and is capable of using monitor mode. However.. It only seems to come in 2-5 dbi of gain. Is it possible to replace the antenna on this adapter for say a 14 dbi one and then use monitor mode with this new range? Thanks
  2. Yes, omnidirectional would be preferable. No the ends are not going to move.
  3. Yes I would, I don't have any particular goal in mind. Other than to transmit an ssid or something over a kind of long distance (200m for example). Just looking to see the limits of the chip really
  4. So i cant put a 14 dbi antenna onto an esp8266?
  5. Hey again, so I was thinking. Is there anything stopping me (hardware wise) from buying a d1 mini board, connecting it to my esp8266, then connecteing a 14dbi antenna that uses 100w? Or in otherwords, how many watts can an esp8266 handle in antennas? Thanks
  6. Hey all, so im considering building a little rfid reader based system to unlock a door for fun. Well, I have it mostly built now. But I got thinking on what if I stuck a regular old antenna from a router and soldered it on where the rfid reader is. Would this increase the rfid range? Or can regular antennas not do that. Basically what im asking is, can you replace nfc, rfid or other antennas with those found on the backs of wifi routers? Would this work? Thanks
  7. Edit* I have now gotten the following blue screens: System thread exception not handled Memory management This kinda makes me think that it’s my memory because i only one have stick. It’s also second hand, although it never gave me trouble before. Hey there, I have used an r9 270x in the past and it gave me a few bsods. I wasn’t botched though because I was buying an rx 580 8gb. Now that I have the new card it is giving me the same old crap. I’m not sure what bsods it’s giving because I haven’t used it in about a month due to frustration. So to test my rx 580 I let it mine on nicehash. About 2 minutes in it results in the gpu giving no signal. This also happened with my r9 270x. What am I missing? I tried to make the 4x 580 mine again and it gave me this: Problem signature Problem Event Name: BlueScreen Code: 1000007e Parameter 1: ffffffffc0000005 Parameter 2: fffff8092af94f98 Parameter 3: ffffc10fd1cf9a28 Parameter 4: ffffc10fd1cf9270 OS version: 10_0_17134 Service Pack: 0_0 Product: 768_1 OS Version: 10.0.17134.2.0.0.768.101 Locale ID: 2057 Files that help describe the problem 090918-6453-01.dmp sysdata.xml WERInternalMetadata.xml WERInternalRequest.xml memory.csv sysinfo.txt Hopefully someone can depict this stuff. System; I5 7400 Rx 580 8gb Asus h110m-r evga 750 gold 4gb ripjaws Stock intel cooler Dell hdd, faspeed ssd. Thanks for your help!
  8. Hi there, I have had an underlying issue with my PC for some time now, probably over a year and a half. Although as of late it has become far FAR too hard to keep ignoring. The issue is that when I use my pc some times I get some random blue screens. The blue screens sometimes don’t give any error but when they do none of them are the same. When I got these blue screens there was no real problem because I could just turn the pc back on and get back to playing games. Then it got really frequent and I determined that my psu was garbage. So that’s exactly where it went. Now I have a new psu. Or at least I have had it for the last 5 months ish. I still get blue screens but now when I get blue screens I get them and then I have no signal for gpu and motherboard. (Even when I unplug the gpu the motherboard gives no signal). I can fix this issue by... rebuilding the pc... That is my ONLY fix right now. And when I get signal back can you guess what happens? Yeah after a few hours maybe less I get a bsod and no signal. Rebuild the pc again. Today I took my gpu out, it’s an r9 270x. It’s retry bad so I’m going to get an rx 580 8gb. The pc ran fine. Then the screen froze and the screen flashed in what appeared to be rbg. So I have no idea anymore. Is my new psu faulty too? I’d love to hear your thoughts! i5 7400 w/ stock cooler asus mini itx h110m-r 4gb ddr4 ripjaws ( just one stick ) kolink c600 600 watt some dell hard drive some Japanese ssd Pretty messy cable management. NO GPU INSTALLED CURRENTLY BUT SAME ISSUES PERSIST
  9. If you haven’t heard already, there’s a small group of YouTube users (0.3% of people, who don’t see thumbnails currently. This is for one of YouTube’s experiments for generated thumbnails in the future or something. Anyway, YouTube thought this frame was pretty good and represented the video..
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