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    Changing my DAB settings made wireless work.

    This is a discussion on Changing my DAB settings made wireless work. within the General chat forums, part of the Community channel category; I am currently building my own Sputnik. I intend to use the Sky Black V2 router to send a signal ...

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      Changing my DAB settings made wireless work.

      I am currently building my own Sputnik.
      I intend to use the Sky Black V2 router to send a
      signal to Earth from outer space.
      (I am asking the Cheeky Girls mum to compose a
      simple 4 beep tune.)

      Unfortunately, I have NEVER been able to get the Sky router
      to send a wireless signal from my living room downstairs
      to my bedroom upstairs.

      Then last night, to my amazement I noticed the wireless icon
      on my laptop showing “connected” when I tuned my DAB radio
      in to Planet Rock.
      Now my wireless connection is working!!!
      Has anyone noticed this before?
      Last edited by murdock; 17-11-08 at 05:10 PM. Reason: typo


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      Re: Changing my DAB settings made wireless work.

      If you are using a Pure DAB radio, when you select some stations the load on the plug-in power supply is very slightly less. This causes the switch mode psu to shift frequency very slightly, and the interferance injected into the mains also shifts frequency. The result is the router then becomes more frequency stable enabling a better wireless connection.

     

     

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