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Hello,I have my Argus 2 Pro mounted on a tower 70' up and 150' from the FIOS Router. I can receive an image when the camera is facing the router. However when the back of the cam is facing the router I lose the image.I would like, ideally, an antenna to repeat the signal from the camera to the router, any suggestions, thank you.Peter[url=http://www.northportnyweather.com][img]http://www.northportnyweather.com/wxgraphic.php?type=banner[/img][/url]tmpImage.jpg
Pete, i just installed one of these today. Covers up to 14000 square ft.https://www.tp-link.com/us/home-networking/range-extender/re650/
Thank you for the information on the range extender, glad it has the coverage you need. The issue for me is that I would need to change the ip address to use the extender and the camera is mounted where access would be difficult. I'm working on a few antenna designs that might help increase the signal to the router. Peter
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