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RE: Cisco LEAP exploit tool...
From: Frank Knobbe <frank () knobbe us>
Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2004 00:07:41 -0500
On Wed, 2004-04-14 at 22:38, Jeff Schreiner wrote:
This is true but from my experience with amateur radio an HF rig running at
Even directional tracking devices used by zoologists will only pick up the
Sorry about the extended discussion on RF broadcasts, the main point wanted
to point out was detecting a 802.11 2.4 GHz transmission from 7 miles away
would be almost impossible.
Could it be that you are confusing transmission/receipt of analog
signals and digital signals? In the digital world you can distinguish
between 0 and 1 even in signals which could be considered absolute crap
from an analog perspective.
BTW: The FCC authorizes higher power levels for point-to-point
connections. A quick Google search found this:
(absolutely not a WiFi or ham or otherwise RF guy)
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