these people never heard of rain ??
lol, we only had this up for a couple hours while we did some testing. Our zip ties were to big so we started pulling random things out of the car to make the zip tie fit. But you didn't notice the 433 indoor case duct taped to the bottom of the sector. By the time we had it up it was so damn funny I had to post it.damn. this is murder. they fixed a screw driver a brush to fix up SXT. NEXT time they might fix up someone's neck.
i am sure the source of electricity must be from the live wire running to the electrical pole.
It's never a good idea to judge others by the way we see things.Why can't they bury some tubes for optic cables etc? Digging technology, construction and organizational procedures exist and should be cheaper
+1It's never a good idea to judge others by the way we see things.Why can't they bury some tubes for optic cables etc? Digging technology, construction and organizational procedures exist and should be cheaper
You will only understand why they have such a love for overhead cable once you've been to South Asia.
Best thing that can happen to a DWL2100AP.
in soviet Poland we have notthese people never heard of rain ??
This logo fail is even betterMy sattelite signal is HELL!!!
"Have you tried checking with the provider?"
Haha. That's great! Is it loud?What about this?
Na, then I won't have anything to laugh at.Lets start the year doing right installations.! Hahahaha
I saw the 13A plugs and figured it had to be an ex British colony or protectorate. Suspected it was Zimbabwe when I saw the lattice mast.In Iraq@yagob
Where in the world is this?
Which provider can do this? Dunaweb?Another good find, an offset antenna with an "all purpose plastic connector box" used instead of a head.
Bandwidth reaches a lightning fast 1 Mbit/sec when the weather is fine.
No, but I don't know for sure who did the installation, so no names.Which provider can do this? Dunaweb?
Some added fun . The power switch for that Netgear switch sits on the cable.ok.. let's talk about it ..ok.. let's talk about it... which cable I don't have to touch?
Here is one I did a few years back, it was only up there for 4 days so we just put a full x86 PC inside a big plastic box. It rained and everything and didnt even get wet!
Probably my worst work ever