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This project is about increasing the range of the newest Griffin iTrip without even breaking it open. Very easy.
Set up your work area. I got all the necessary tools and then some to do this. Necessary equipment: -Leatherman or equivalent -small razorblade -wire -some form of ...
Now, you must locate and pull out the existing iTrip antenna. If you can't find it, then you are either using an older version of the iTrip, or ...
Now, instead of buying wire, i've chosen to recycle an old pair of headphones. I cut a piece from the center that was fairly long, and cut off ...
Now you must strip the antenna without pulling it out. This is most easily done with the small razor. You must try to cut along the wire, then ...
Now you must wrap the twisted copper wire around the silver antenna wire. The way I did this was by passing the copper wire over and under the ...
Now, I used three pieces of smaller copper wire and wrapped it around the silver antenna. I used the eletrical tape at this point. I cut the piece ...
Now is the testing phase. Before, I used to have to place the iTrip within a half-foot radius of the antenna of my radio. Now I have more ...
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