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    No, it's not the contents, it is the microwave...

    No, it's not the contents, it is the microwave oven itself. The active element of a microwave is a free running oscillator at about 2.4GHz, powered by an unregulated and mostly unfiltered supply....
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    Sticky: First the old question: Edimax EW-7733UnD -...

    First the old question: Edimax EW-7733UnD - Edimax confirmed, Channels 36 to 48 only on 5GHz.

    Then, two new adaptors joined my collection, both work with InSSider (2.0.7 & 2.1.5)on Win7:
    1.:...
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    Sticky: Just for fun, a sensitivity shootout of my...

    Just for fun, a sensitivity shootout of my collection:
    The setup:
    My netbook on battery in the kitchen at a south facing window on the sixth floor,
    overlooking the neighborhood + Win7 Pro x86 and...
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    Sticky: Ok folks, got a new Dualband adaptor, an Edimax...

    Ok folks, got a new Dualband adaptor, an Edimax EW-7733UnD. However, that one, while good regarding sensitivity and speed,
    is completely unusable for any surveying tasks on 5GHz.
    Reason: It...
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    Sticky: Broadcom BCM4313 802.11n-Chipset ( Internal...

    Broadcom BCM4313 802.11n-Chipset
    ( Internal WiFi-Card of an Asus EeePC 1215P )
    Tested on Win7 and InSSider 2.0 & 2.1
    Works quite well and is on the sensitive side of the adapter collection I...
  6. [Bug report] V. 2.1 doesn't remember hidden columns

    Hello,
    compared to version 2.0, the new version no longer remembers, which columns in the AP-list had been hidden in the previous session.

    Plus, it would be nice to hide the filter selection form...
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    Sticky: Siemens Gigaset USB Stick 108, an older B/G-Stick...

    Siemens Gigaset USB Stick 108, an older B/G-Stick

    TP-Link TL-WRN721N, a cheap chinese made N-lite Stick with a decent performance. (150Mbps) (Atheros Chipset)

    MSI US300EX, a Ralink-based...
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