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Being Out of Touch - Big Bend, TX

Miles and Miles of Texas

Another story from the recent Terlingua, West Texas RV road trip……

I don’t spend the majority of my time in populated areas.  Just hasn’t worked out that way which suits me just fine.  When I got the Suburban a few years ago, one of the things I wanted to do was improve cell phone coverage in remote areas.  Not so much because I love to yap on the phone all the time but more for safety in case I broke down in  a remote area and for a way for people to reach me in

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My Broadband Internet Connection Hardware Updated

We take plenty of things for granted in every day life — especially if we live in a fairly populous area. Water when you twist the faucet, electricity at the flip of a switch, heat or cold air pouring almost silently out of vents, a TV with a bazillion channels and an internet connection so fast you could download the Library of Congress if you were of such a mind. Try doing all that as easily in an RV,OK? Different world huh cowboy? And of course if you are boondocking without the basic amenities, it

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The Ultimate Internet Access Project – Footnotes and Updates – Part 7

I have gotten lots of feedback on my Ultimate Internet Access Series which has six previous

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Questions on my RV Satellite Internet Connection

Clarifying some specific questions on the Wilson Cellular Wireless Amp

Reader Hector asks:

Hi,

My name is Hector and I have read you blog with interest. Of particular interest is the antenna amplifier system you have installed.

As I have looked up parts for the project, I have come across several sites that mention the amplifier has to have a minimum separation. Accessorygeeks.com mention that for the amplifier you mention, 50 of separation is recommended. Well I have a 45 foot Prevost, so the 50 separation is impossible.

My question is what type of separation do you have?

I had thought I would

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