BYpass feedline


John
 

Rob, I remember that you were working with the small GL.iNET router. Santa was good to me today and I now have the GL-MT300N-v2.
To leap-frog common-mode and all the feed line problems, I am contemplating putting the pi-KIWI at the antenna. Did I remember that you had some unique power arrangements
for the Mini router and the KIWI? Unfortunately, all my Lightining arresters are 'Non-DC-passing types. I am hoping to hear from others that have moved the receiver to the antenna.

John
TI4JWC


Glenn Elmore
 

John,

You may be thinking of a document I wrote some while back. Attached, I hope it makes it through.

Glenn n6gn


On 12/24/21 6:34 PM, John via groups.io wrote:
Rob, I remember that you were working with the small GL.iNET router. Santa was good to me today and I now have the GL-MT300N-v2.
To leap-frog common-mode and all the feed line problems, I am contemplating putting the pi-KIWI at the antenna. Did I remember that you had some unique power arrangements
for the Mini router and the KIWI? Unfortunately, all my Lightining arresters are 'Non-DC-passing types. I am hoping to hear from others that have moved the receiver to the antenna.

John
TI4JWC


John
 

Thank you, Glenn, I will study this.

John


John
 

Glen,
I am using s RaspberryKIWI so I'm thinking I am halfway. I need to get the PI to use a WIFI dongle on the standard USB port. I need to get the OS and the KIWI app to use that USB/WIFI port.
The first task is to get into the PI OS. --- Next week.

John


Glenn Elmore
 

I would agree with Rob, see if you can't use native WiFi on those controllers that have it.  I'm not very familliar with the RPIKiwi but I think the FlyDog is similar. You may need to use an RPI4 rather than RPI3 to keep up with things though, I'm not sure. Probably someone on here knows the answers to all this.

On 12/25/21 4:21 PM, John via groups.io wrote:
Glen,
I am using s RaspberryKIWI so I'm thinking I am halfway. I need to get the PI to use a WIFI dongle on the standard USB port. I need to get the OS and the KIWI app to use that USB/WIFI port.
The first task is to get into the PI OS. --- Next week.

John