what can i do with an old wifi card?

So i got some old laptop/pc parts. i really think something awesome can be done with thesi wifi cards. can thry be used autonimously from the laptop? how hard would it be to make it into a usb wifi adapter? any links to quality information appreciated.

Posted by jbrown79 6 years ago


wifi extension

Hello all! i need some help, is there a way i can make my wifi signal stronger without modifying my router, i normaly like to research/ play games in my room, where i only get 3/4 out of 5 bars. the router is under a tv and directly iv front of a wall separating me from it a simple map looks like this                                                                                         me                                                                            ----------------------------------------|                                                                           | 10 ft  thick wall (wood and sheetrock)                                                                           |                                                                           |                                                                           ----------------------------------------                                                                                                    router

Posted by Di Immortales 3 years ago


wifi robot controller

Is it possible to modify a Meade ext motorized telescope to work throw a WiFi network?

Posted by jateku 7 years ago


PSP wifi upgrade

Somebody needs to figure out how to upgrade the crappy psp wifi internal antenna!

Posted by thefonz101 10 years ago


Cheapest way to connect arduino with wifi

Can anybody tell me the cheapest way to connect an arduino over internet via wifi

Posted by amansinghaljpr 3 years ago


Making a wifi powered cat 5 cable.

Is that possible?

Posted by furrysalamander 6 years ago


inductivily coupled wifi antennas

Is inductive coupling between antennas and my wifi card/computer possible? If so, how (I don't want to tamper with my laptops innards).

Posted by bubbahead 9 years ago


Make wifi extender using satellite dish?

Can someone tell me if I can use an old satellite dish to extend my wifi range?

Posted by roccohhs 10 years ago


Wifi Signal Booster

I was wondering if old cellphone can be used as a wifi signal booster ? If yes what are the instructables. I am curious to know about it if it has not been tried yet i would like to get the guidance.

Posted by SamaritanWonders 8 years ago


Blokcing WIFI Signals

I am researching materials to block wifi signals. I´d like to find the best ones in order to avoid being hit by those wireless killers. Anything that can be of help would be greatly appreciated. Thx

Posted by bytor70s 3 years ago


Wifi Extender

Hello All, Im puzzled by a simple wifi aerial, i have an old pci wifi card which is slow but works perfectly fine, the only downfall is the range so i un-soldered the original antenna and soldered on some copper wire (approx 2mm thick copper) and on the end of this attached a connector and that attached to a new antenna, but that didnt work,  The signal was weaker, i know one option is to go and buy a new better wifi card but i wanted to dabble with creating a stronger wifi aerial, (in my head this would work but in practical it didn't). Why And what did i do wrong?    

Posted by nats0128 2 years ago


Internet WIFI noob. Need some advice.

Hello, all. I have a coax (TV antenna) cable outside coming in the house and I'd like to connect a WIFI antenna ( either yagi, omni, cantenna) to it, instead of TV. I'd need an adapter (N to F?) for it. Now, once the antenna and cable are hooked up, what do I need to transmit the internet WIFI signal throughout the house? Modem, router, both,? I have a spare Linksys WRT54G router with Ethernet IN and OUT. IOW, what other gear would I need to have WIFI throughout the house? The WIFI would be used for laptops and desk comps. Thank you

Posted by poconoman 7 years ago


Use for Extending WiFi?

Hey I was wondering if you can use any metal, for example a cloths hanger, to some how attach to an end of a wi fi reciever? Or maybe even maybe use a tv antenna?

Posted by rpvanpatt 10 years ago


Free Wifi for Chromebook

Hello- I'm new to your site. I do have  questions that I believe many of you smart folks can answer. I have an Acer CB5-311 Chromebook which, against all expectations, I dearly love. One thing I don't love is the games certain wifi companies like to play in re to access. For example, my apt. complex has free wifi access. Periodically, the wifi goes "down" just after an unsolicited advert pops up (despite  adblocker) asking if I had interrupted service, and wouldn't I rather buy a service contract with x.....(fill-in the blanks) for such and such price. Of course, it is the same wifi our apt. complex purchased (under a different name). So...is there a hack you know of that can help me circumvent this?

Posted by JohnH32 3 years ago


Wrt54g

I have a WRT54G and i need to connect to a wifi ap down the road about 200 yards the problem is that i have to go true about 4 mobile homes

Posted by srainsdon 10 years ago


will it effect your laptop in a storm if your using internet????

If you are on your laptop and it is not pluged in but you have wifi and it is pluged in, apart from not being able to use the internet, will it effect your laptop???? 

Posted by tuckz 6 years ago


Virtual WiFi? how does it work?

Ok i am interested in connecting to multiple networks with ONE wireless cardI found a program called virtualWiFi but i don't understand how to operate it!I would also like to know if connecting to multiple networks would decrease download time (increase speed) if you could help me, that would be great! i need accurate directions

Posted by Sandisk1duo 9 years ago


USB WiFi Antenna Mod

I am working on adding a helical antenna to a cheap USB WiFi adapter.  My question is where do I connect the antenna to existing circuit.  I've attached a closeup picture with three likely points.  My three main questions are: 1) Where to connect the external antenna 2) Do I disconnect the rest of the onboard antenna (my gut says yes) or just add in the new 3) What impedance will the external antenna need to match?  I assume the components between points C&B; and B&A; are for some kind of impedance matching.

Posted by telfon 5 years ago


Music media center

Okay since I have very little free time right now I was wondering if it is possible to build a wifi radio that would be able to connect with an ipod, usb, aux, or cd, with a lcd screen and controls. keep in mind that all this would be interconnected in the same device

Posted by general-Insano 9 years ago


making a cheap wifi antenna fast....

Please help...I've gotten all confused with everything I've been reading.....Will anyone tell me what is the best & easiest & cheapest way to make a Wireless Wifi antenna? I also need to know if I will need to plug the antenna into my laptop or will my Dell Insiron 1521 laptop just pick up the signal or what ad if I need cables what are they called and where can I buy them. I purchased a gsky  usb high power wifi adapter 802.11G but it doesn't do much good at all?  I'm on a very limited budget most would consider me poor but I make it and I'm happy but gosh I just need to pick up my internet across the street in a concrete building to keep an eye on my ebay account (trying to earn money for x-mas)  I have a linksys wrt45g router....well I just need advice please from anyone who will help and I will surely give a badge. Ty...TY...TY

Posted by mel5656 8 years ago


Ideas for a creation?

Hi all, I've got an opportunity to lay hands on this sweet wifi webcam:  http://goo.gl/I4hpFZ Thing is, I've already got one monitoring my 3D printer, and I'm not exactly chomping at the bit to spy on my roommates when I'm away.  I've got a couple ideas about what to do with it, but I thought I'd throw it open to the community:  got any cool ideas for interesting ways to use/alter/hack/repurpose something like this? Currently I'm considering tearing into it and using the remotely controllable pan and tilt motors to turn it into a mars rover for my house, possibly fitted with a laser to annoy my cats.  What do you think? Ian

Posted by depotdevoid 2 years ago


Idea: GPS sorta based off Access Points

Ok, here is what ive been wanting to create for awhile now and i know ill never have the smartness to build it myself so i thought it throw it out to the crowd Basically ive had in mind is a GPS program that works on any WifI device (laptop or WiFi mobile phone) and it use's triangulation from the signal strengths of three Access Points to tell you where you are at the moment The reason for this is is that at my Uni, i always see people getting lost because its so massive! and some people just can't read maps ( funny, i know) So if there was a program that used Access Points (there thousands of those in my uni) to pin point where you are Some basic Questions i guess - Which programming laungage? (Java?) - Can signal strength be broken down into small categories rather than Excellent, Very Good, Good, Poor - from that, would each Access Point have its own meters per unit estimate? This is probably silly of me to post this here because now someone else can create it (or if they have, someone link me haha) and call it their own :S Cheers Oily

Posted by Oily Seldon 11 years ago


wifi issue

I PURCHASED MY MOTHER, who lives 200 ft from me, a DSL subscription to share. The phone company innstalles a WESTELL 327w router and I have a sony Vaio VGN-NW310F laptop.  Even though we had no clear line of sight, I still occaisionallyy got one and RARELY 2 bars.  The 1st thing I did was bought a Hawking HWUN3 wifi booster which plugs right into my USB. Great idea in theory, but it made no difference and was possibly even worse.  Plus, Hawkings Customer service is absolutely heinous, pitiful, and incompetant.  So I returned it. Funny...when i bought, it took 5 minutes for them to extract the money from my account, but 6 weeks to return it..but I digress. I then upgraded the antenna on her router with a LINKSYS HGA7S 7dba antenna which helps a little, which is to say I get 1 or 2 bars more relliably. I can get email but the signal is still too iffy to do much else. question is this:  I am willing to mount something outside and run a USB cable inside, or is there something INSIDE that will pick up/amplify or carry the signal to the laptop - either by means of a USB cable or not?  Also, is there software required? I am a disabled vet and this laptop is one of the few things I have, so I need help!  I'd prefer responses to my email, jb0579@yahoo.com  (and that's a zero after the 'b', not the letter 'o'. what can I do to get  a stronger AND more reliable signal?  As Ferris Bueller's teacher Ben Stein would say..."Anyone?.....Anyone?....." What's my best option here, folks?  Also, if there is a better place on this or any other site to post this, lemme know!!! Jim

Posted by jb0579 8 years ago


DIY WiFi Helical Antenna impedance Problems

First off, I live in the states, but I absolutely hate the imperial system of measurements. I will try to use the metric system as much as possible.I have been attempting to follow hanzablast's Helical WiFi Antenna, but have run into a few snags. I have most of the parts and have a few problems concerning it.1. Instead of a Type N connector my USB card has a RP-SMA connector. Do I have to do anything special (buy a special panel mount/ reverse the connections along the wire) because it has reverse polarity or does it not matter?Edit: I feel foolish, Doing a quick wiki search on Reverse Polarity SMA I found out what it means. Turns out WiFi companies reverse the gender of the inner pin in their connectors. So either I have to find a RP-SMA panel mount jack, or buy a RP-SMA Male to N Male Adapter and a N Female Panel Mount. The latter of the two seems more efficient.2. I understand that having too small of wire can have a detrimental effect on efficiency, but what about using a much larger wire (instead of AWG 16 gauge wire using AWG 4 gauge wire)?Edit: Answered By NachoMahma3. I am having trouble locating a SMA right angle 4-hole solder point panel jack mount other than in bulk buys. Does anyone know where to purchase one separately? Edit: Answered By NachoMahma, but has become a null point.4. I am having a problem with the impedance matching. I have seen several different ways to connect the antenna (142.68ohm impedance) to the SMA Jack (50ohm impedance). I've seen half and quarter circumference turns, quarter wavelengths turns, and triangular strips of copper. Which is best?Edit: I did the math and read my friend's ARRL handbook. Supposedly, a 1/4 wavelength turn of a metal strip with an impedance of 84.463 ohm is what I need. Using TraceSim I figured that I can use part of the copper plate with a size of 12.79033mm in width, 30.775mm long (1/4 a 2.437GHz wavelength), and 0.406mm (.016") thickness placed 8.03mm (1/4 distance between coils) above the reflector plate will give me the exact impedance I need.

Posted by AllAgainstPaul 10 years ago


wifi antennas

Can i use the wokfi antenna hack with a laptop that already has internal wifi?

Posted by spanishfly 11 years ago


Wireless texting device

Hi everyone, I'm curious if anyone has ever seen or heard of a wireless texting device that would be suitable for older folks to use. Basically, I'm thinking a laptop-sized screen with a keyboard (basic functionality) that could stay on at home to receive/send texts for those folks (especially older folks) who cannot or will not use a smartphone or regular laptop.  Some sort of audible signal that as text has been received would be good too.  Thanks in advance for any and all help. ~J

Posted by poeticchampion 3 years ago


Is it possible to control a wifi helicopter with signal from wifi router?

Hello, I'm wondering if it'd be possible to control one of those wifi controlled helicopters such as the Wi Fli (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRLE1EedwN8) with a wifi router, rather than a wifi enabled device such as the iPad. I'm thinking the helicopter could instead be controlled by a computer connected to the same router. Let me know if you have any information or knowledge in the subject! Thanks, Digimas

Posted by Digimas 6 years ago


Spare wifi router

I have a spare wifi. Router and a whole summer of nothing to do. Any ideas of what I could do with it. Maybe an instructable that I could make of it. Post. Your ideas. Thanks :D

Posted by thault 6 years ago


How can we convert a wifi card (intel pro wireless) to a usb wifi adapter.

I have a intel pro wireless intel pro wireless 3945abg.(Grabbed it from my old laptop) I want to convert it to a usb wifi adapter. https://www.instructables.com/id/Running-mini-PCI-e-3G-card-with-USB-mini-PCI-e-t/ I m taking some help from this article. Help Needed! Thanks in advance.

Posted by TechnoM2 10 months ago


wifi receiver/repeater??

Hi everyone, i looked at the instructable of the wokfi antenna and the site of where it all started on that topic ( http://www.usbwifi.orcon.net.nz/ ).i found a free wifi access in my area, i got 1 pc (ethernet card+ usb wifi dongle), one laptop (wifi), a nintendo wii (wifi) and an old pc (233mhz, ethernet card) also a spare ethernet pci card and a pcmcia wifi not in the laptop, laying around .here's what i would like to do to have internet for free:- get the signal from the free wifi access point to the 233 mhz pc- use that pc as a firewall- then send the signal thru the ethernet cable and with another wifi (the pcmcia in the pc with a pcmcia to pci adapter or another usb wifi dongle, witch ever is cheaper) because my laptop can't reach the free wifi access point, it's to far..i'm looking for help on this please, i'll do an instructable with it because i think it could also be usefull to other. that whole idea of free wifi to anyone could be used here. because, let's say in a block, dorm, appartment a far away wifi connection could be shared localy. i've been digging for an intense 2 days now but my knowledge about networks and english (my first language is french) aren't that good so if anybody got an idea where to start looking it would be very appreciated.

Posted by novielo 10 years ago


Board with NFC and WiFi

I'm looking for a board (for the moment a development board would be the best solution as I am prototyping) with NFC and WiFi integrated. I saw that Arduino should launch one with NFC, Wifi and Bluetooth, the board is called Primo. I can't find anything else and Arduino can't announced a date for the launch. For now I'm working with a NFC reader and the Arduino WiFi Board both mounted on a separate Arduino Uno because the two boards are incompatible. Any idea ? Thanks Alizée

Posted by AlizéeG 2 years ago


DIY USB WIFI antenna

Ok so basicly at my school they have two different WIFI spots one is near the classrooms that I work in and is WEP protected and only for teachers and the other one is in another building and is not WEP protected and I can only get that signal if I am in that building. So what I want to do is make my own WIFI antenna so that I can get the unprotected signal while in my classroom. I want to make a USB wifi antenna pretty much.

Posted by jackillac92 10 years ago


how to control a car with arduino and a wifi shield

Hi,,  i'm trying to make a project and i wanna know what things i need... i want to control a car from my pc with an arduino using wifi,, i've been looking for a while a there are some options about the wifi, i have an arduino uno smd edition i don't know if it is compatible whit those wifi modules i saw,  one of them was the  wifly and other the xbee.. i saw the xbee was cheper, so i'm interested in that one, but i'm not sure if that is all i need, i mean the wifi module and a shield to put over the arduino to comunicate themselves...   sorry for my way to express i'm a rookie in this and i really wanna learn some of this stuffs so, if someone could help me a little a really apreciate it, thanks for reading....

Posted by edwin0791 6 years ago


Exterior Wifi Super Antenna

I need to build a dish for a friend so he can get WiFi from about 200 meters. I have several dishes to work with my problem is the antenna will be at least 30 feet from the computer. I will use this linksys usb  i would like input on the idea of a usb to cat 5 to stretch the usb cable? should i power the linksys from a powered hub ? the build will be posted on instructables when done and i will give credit due. my parabolic gets about a 14 db increase from a WiFi usb thumb it just puts the thumb into the sweet spot of the dish and is not for the outdoors. I an open to any and all suggestions tomorrow i will post what my db are from the site .

Posted by bikerbob2005 6 years ago


ESP8266 WiFi Module

You need a separate grouping for this module under Technology This is a Microprocessor running at 80Mhz to 160 Mhz  with 512 kB to 4 Mb of program memory It costs $3 and is programmed with various languages compiled to machine hex and uploaded by a variety of programs to run entirely on its own with a 3.3Volt power supply . It connects to your modem , acts as a modem , serves web pages and sends to web pages and a whole lot of other stuff I have not used yet See here in the wiki for more detail   http://www.esp8266.com/wiki/doku.php

Posted by tytower 3 years ago


DIY Wifi Speaker

Hi everyone, I'm not a native english speaker so sorry for my language's level. I'm new on the forum. Watching amazing DIY projects on Instructable make me want to do same things. I have a old 5.1 audio kit : http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Z-5450-Digital-Speaker-970181-0403/dp/B000AM6QHO One of a rear wireless satelite is broken. I tried to fix it but without result. So my new idea is to use this stuff to make something like Sonos Audio products. 5 independant wifi speakers connected to a wifi network to stream music, and most important to sync sound of a movie streamed on TV. In an other project, i want to create my personnal NAS / Media Center with Plex. In fact i want to create a system, to stream video and sound wirelessly from a Data Server. Is it possible ? My knowledge is not very large so i need your help to improve my skills. I saw this product  but maybe i can find a other solution, more easy to build and cheapest. http://fr.aliexpress.com/item/Wireless-Wifi-Audio-Receiver-music-streaming-receiver-Supports-iOS-Android-Airmusic-DLNA-AirPlay-Qplay-Music-Radio/1993464174.html I want to create something easy to connect with a only centralized system/app. Do you think it's possible ? Thank you for your help. Best regards

Posted by bbianciot 3 years ago


L.E.D. wifi controlled lighting

There are currently 2 different systems in production, LIFX (kickstarter) http://www.gamers-pad.co.uk/2012/10/lifx-led-lighbulb-lighbulb-re-invented/ And Philips Hue - released next year (in the UK) http://www.gamers-pad.co.uk/2012/11/philips-hue-wi-fi-lightbulb/ Both systems promise amazing leaps forward in control and ambience, but both are expensive. I think they are going to be a way forward eventually and will re-invent the lightbulb. But not being technically proficient at electronics, has anyone made an instructable or is anyone in the process of making one? I can generally follow instructions well enough, but for the most part this is beyond me to make and design myself.

Posted by dazbobaby 5 years ago


How to make a HUGE WI-Fi reciver.

I have proubly a old satalite dish that is proubly around 10-15 feet wide, but it is like metal mesh but how could i use that to make a wifi reciever...ive recently read a instructable on how to make one with a satalite dish that is proubly like 3 ft wide...but what about mine... i know most people dont have a huge satalite dish like that but if you might have a idea on how to make what i have discribed then well talk...

Posted by yuckzee 10 years ago


Help :-(

Unfortunately, i believe i have uninstalled the wireless driver for my hp desktop computer. i have attempted my own searches for something online, and failed. i believe im using a linksys adapter and don't have the cd for it. does anyone know where i can get the driver for an HP, linksys, or whatever it may be. i am stupid

Posted by alvincredible 10 years ago


Wi-fi print server question

I've seen these USB to Wi-Fi adaptors and I'm wondering if they act like wireless USB ports. The gist... I'm going to use a USB interface board and I want to know if I can use a wi-fi print server to make my control a robot via wireless. Any suggestions are welcomed.

Posted by ry25920 9 years ago


Saving energy on my wireless router

OK, so I've lagged my loft, put switches on all my chargers, installed intelligent thermostats. I've even put our cordless phone chargers on timeswitches so they charge at night (cheap leccy!). But I have a wireless router: it's always on, 24/7. I'd love to be able to put it to sleep and wake it up only when I'm using it. Notes: i) I access the web at all times of day (and sometimes night!) from the second floor; the router is on the ground floor. And I'm NOT going to go up and down two flights of stairs to switch it on/off. ii) I'm not buying a new router. It took me FOREVER to set the darn thing up the first time (yes, I know I'm a dunce, but what would you?). Any ideas?

Posted by LDW 9 years ago


I need some expert mac help!!

Okay, I got a bit of a story, and a bit of a question (Las Vegas, I know you can help me). I've been transfered to a new highschool (not that new to me, I've been to it before) and I've been there for about 3 weeks now. I was given a thinkpad R51 by the school board while I was out of school to use for school work and to take to school. That's all fine and dandy, but the restrictions on their disc image are unbelievable and it makes it next to useless to me other than a gigantic calculator with a shitty battery life. So I wiped it of course, repartitioned it with a 30 and 10 gig partition (respectivly both NTFS, the backup partition, the 10 gig one, is currently in fat32 as I forgot macs can't write to NTFS). So everything works fine, when I got transfered to the school, I asked the so-called "head" techy teacher person of my school for the wep key for the wireless network in my school so I can print my work out in class instead of waiting till I got home (teachers don't like that sometimes). Since I've been to school he's made up excuses like "I know I have the wep key wrote down somewhere, but I know it'll take me like an hour to find it so I can't right now - I've been told that on 4 different occasions on 4 different days. Funny thing is that both he and I know that their wireless isn't actually pure wep mode. It's a wpa enterprise mode of some sort with a required username/password combination to log into it (that's fine though, it'll still work if I have the password). Oh yeah I forgot how I took my ibook to school one day, then the next day (no not the day I was showing him my ibook) he tells me that the wireless will work on my ibook, but not the thinkpad, which, like every other fucking laptop in the school, is a model R51 type 1829 with the odd old R40 laying around. It's excuses after excuses, my mother wanted to call in and give them hell for leading me around but I told her no, I'm curious to see how dumb this teacher thinks I am (and so far I've been playing dumb). NOW he tells me that I need to now, re-image my thinkpad with their school disc image they use on their machines, which I don't have to agree to doing because the laptop didn't come from this school and so it's not theirs. There was absolutely no reason it would not work as I even used the exact same wifi drivers/software and even the same profile management software they use on theirs. Now, I'm almost done but let me explain the last bit of why I'm even posting this lenghty (and possibly waste of time) post. I recently re-reformated as somehow I contracted a nasty trojan downloader onto it, and it was due for a clean up anyways. Well wasn't that a rough ride, since the reinstall I've had to wrestle a video driver onto it, fiddle around with all the other drivers to get them installed, and I still can't get a wifi driver to install. Even if I force install one from the "manual" option when XP asks for drivers (yes XP does have generic Intel Wifi lan drivers for my card) and it wouldn't go, just gave me an error 10 code (device cannot startup). Okay, so the driver isn't compatible? Well Lenovo only has 3 different wifi driver packages for different wifi internal cards for my "one" model/type of laptop (the type "1829" is lenovo's numbering system basically for revisions, and when I went on their site for drivers, it askes me for this, model, and a specific 3 digit number on the bottom (order code I think). So why it can't just tell me the specific card in my revision (as I'm sure there's probably only one card for my revision) is beyond me. I downloaded all three, the first two were just small driver/utility packages (I think they were only 802b drivers too, at least one of them was). When I tried to install them, no luck, first appeared to install it, although the drivers never installed apparently. So I uninstalled what (still) there, and tried the second, same thing, except nothing installed, but it appeared to install. So I went on to the last one, it appeared to be succesful. Not, for some reason, windows could list me all the ap's around here, but couldn't connect to them, or mine, and I know I put the right key in. And when I tried to use Ibm's utilites to connect, it kept crashing, and it was even crashing the wireless zero config windows service thing every time I tried to power on the wifi or such. However I don't even care about windows right now at this particular time or fixing the drivers, for all I know there was a scratch on the install cd and it's botched (very unlikely as I know the install would halt and say it can't read) Now because my teacher has been literally screwing around with me (I'm not assuming here that he's lying to me and making excuses, I know he is because it's just too obvious, you guys tell me). Plan? Install mac os x on the thinkpad and ask him again if it'll work and if he says no, I will probably rip him a new asshole right there on the spot, seeing as he's told me multiple times it will work on my mac, but not the thinkpad, so if I have mac software on there, shouldn't be a problem (hehe). I really want to do this to get back at my teacher because he doesn't believe anything I tell him and he thinks he's pretty smart, just generally another guy with a too-big ego for one person to handle. I downloaded the iAtkos disc image as directed by instructions I found through google (yes, torrent, illegal, don't harp on me for it, jobs makes enough as it is with ipod sales). It's supposed to be pre-patched, and also supposed to include additional driver packages of some kind (that's a plus). And to boot, it's supposed to boot off the dvd (lawl) without any tricks (like usb drives and that smutz). It all seems pretty sweet, and it did boot when I popped it in, but It went to the mac loading screen (the white one with the grey spiny thing) and just sits there with absolutely no activity. I booted it with the -v/-s command(s) and this is what comes up when it stops loading and sits: "Extension "com.apple.driver.ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin" has immediate dependencies on both com.apple.kernel and com.apple.kpi components; use only one style." My understanding is that the plist file might be missing some components the driver is calling for, but the "use only one style" part doesn't make sense so I know it's something else. Although it didn't say, I presume the kernal was already patched as it was supposed to be a pure pop-in-and-go image. I was hoping to try installing the EFI patch after too if I can get it going in the first place. And yes, I did quite a bit of googleing before I came to here. I could find information on R40's with mac os x installed on them (or was it x40?, I know those are newer, the r40's are old) and other models inbetween but nothing on thinkpad. I don't even care if it's fast or works 100%, I just want to do it, I do also know that the atheros chipset in my wifi card is native compatible with tiger apparently and should show up as a standard airport card. I don't know if I'll be amazed or not when I post this finally and see how many pages long it is, but I do really need a hand, because this will be the final step before I go to the VP and tell him that this guy has been screwing around with me and blowing me off. I deserve and education dammit!

Posted by Punkguyta 10 years ago


Wifi Dish Umberella

I'm pretty new to the WiFi dish stuff and picked it up pretty quickly. What I wanted to know is if anyone has thought of modding an umbrella slightly to use as a dish and what might be involved. I thought of this when watching The Matrix Revolutions(again)when a dish thing comes out of one of the Sentinels.

Posted by cyberraxx 10 years ago


USB wifi range extension QUESTION

So if I understand. I should try a USB cord and check if my reception is better. My laptop is wifi ready I'm 20 to 30 feet away. And to think I live in Palo Alto. Matt

Posted by And to think... 11 years ago


Arduino WiFI Shield

Hello all i would like if you can help me, im doing a project and it is a gps in small plane that transmit data through wifi.i was thinking if i should use Arduino WiFI Shield on connected to a gps and wirless. my questions is: is Arduino WiFI Shield the best thing to use or there is other things you can recommend me to use? if i wanna make the range of a plane up to 1Km and the wireless 1km do i need to fix both transmitter and reciver or it is enough from one side? please help me

Posted by mnabil7 5 years ago


Arduino: Connecting Wifi Shield to Robot

Good morning, I bought the new Arduino Robot: http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Robot and wanted to connect the Wifi Shield to it: http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/ArduinoWiFiShield However, the pins 4,7 and 10 which are required are all occupied by the LCD.  Could you please supply me with instructions of how to connect the Wifi Shield to the robot, both hardware and software instructions. Please help me on this topic, I really need to get this working. Thank you in advance. Kind regards Stefan Marggraff

Posted by namboy29 4 years ago


WiFi Radio / MP3 Player with ESP8266

Hello everyone, I'd like to make a new project: Reading in an usb stick with .mp3 files, and playing them. Moreover to swtich from mp3 playing to a wifi radio station. Basically I'd like to use a nodemcu ESP8266 for this project. This was my idea (s. Attachment) My questions: Does it work? Is the controller of the ESP8266 powerful enought to fit these requirements? Do you have improvements for this project? Best regards, Julian

Posted by julianpe 11 months ago


arduino wifi time-lapse camera

Hello everyone, I am trying to build a cheap arduino controlled time-lapse camera system. parts I chose so far are; camera; OV7670 wifi; ESP8266 board; nano here is an amazing instructable on how to use the wifi module; WiFi temp logger. Unfortunately I can't find a simple and well written instructions on how to connect the camera module mentioned above. I don't need to save the file on the board, I just need it uploaded to a web page, cloud etc. the picture will be taken 2 times a day with 10hr delay in between (one morning, one afternoon). here is the closest example I can find on instructables to what I want to accomplish, although this is over bluetooth and a different camera module. 1. arduino time-lapse camera 2. image capturing bird feeder thank you for your help. this is very important for me, I am very new in the field and don't have much experience. I am sure many other people will find such an instructable useful as these modules are extremely cheap. . love & peace akin,

Posted by Akin Yildiz 3 years ago


How to make a led wifi candle

Hi everyone ! I have an idea since a long time but never fine a project to know how to do it but i don't know if the reason is the cost or the doability of the project. I wanted to build a led candle that can be control from a smartphone using wifi and using a battery in a way  that i can make enough candle to made a nice illuminate room. I have found this but it uses bluetooth :  http://store.mipow.com/eu/en/playbulb-candle-pack-of-3.html But to put 12 of this in a room it cost 200$ so not really worth it. So if someone has an idea how to make it and how much it can cost i would really appreciate. Thanks in advance

Posted by DavidM37 3 years ago


Send photos over wifi using a cellphone camera module, rechargeable battery, solar cell, and a wifi module.

I want to build a very small WIRELESS IP Camera using an iPhone 4 camera module. Ultimately, I want to be able to view a new photo every few minutes (more frequently is better of course). Preferably these photos would download to a folder in my computer (Mac). It would also be cool if I could use a small solar cell to recharge a LiPo (or other rechargeable battery, or high capacity capacitor) which would power the device. I am very new to all of these things, but I am very technically inclined and ambitious, I don't currently have any parts on hand to try what you might recommend, so this is all theoretical for me. Thank-you to all who participate in bringing this wish of mine to life. brokey

Posted by brokey 6 years ago