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Wireless SRX technology

On Tuesday 14 June 2005 2:58 pm, bill.horne at wrote:
> The adapters cost about $35/pair, and they're a godsend in cases where
> only Cable Coax is available: mostly apartment houses wired in the
> seventies and eighties.
> Of course, they're not the first choice if you have (or are willing to
> pull) CAT 5 wire, ?but the adapters are all you need to use an existing
> pair of Ethernet ports when there is unused RG-59 coax between them, and
> a wireless installation, counting router/AP and cards for each PC, will
> cost a lot more.
In the specific case that I am interested in:
1. Friend wants to buy a laptop. Most come with wireless-g adaptors.
2. Need to buy a router. 
the 4 port wired router cost about $30
the standard -g is about $57
the speed booster is about $70 and the SRX is about $150

In this particular home, I don't think that adding the wiring is a viable 
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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