The Re-Radiating Antenna Review by Viper76 and MyGIS

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Re: The Re-Radiating Antenna Review by Viper76 and MyGIS

#21 Post by mygis » Tue Nov 27, 2007 12:53 pm

:lol: sorry I did not know . :tq: !

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Re: The Re-Radiating Antenna Review by Viper76 and MyGIS

#22 Post by feis » Thu Nov 29, 2007 12:11 pm

Hi,
Bought the rerad antenna from mygis a few days ago. It's working great. Especially so because my car is v-kooled. In the beginning I was using the rerad antenna but currently reverted to using the external antenna directly connected to my GPSr. The rerad works as good as the direct connection but there are just too many cable, not to mention the black box. I found a place to conceal the black box but found it to be a hassle when I want to switch it on and off.

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#23 Post by mygis » Thu Nov 29, 2007 2:18 pm

Hi feis,

Thanks for your input. It is true that if you are not comfortable with the cables than it is an ouch ...

Happy tracking!

Cheers.

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#24 Post by cruiser » Thu Nov 29, 2007 5:01 pm

Heyyy Mygis,
Here's a thought....

If you can come up with a prototype hardware manifold type console box, that houses a small power plant inside perhaps with 16/32 amp fuse to support DC power...and then include several ports for cables with standard connections to Antennas, IPods, DvD and other interesting hardware...there could be a solution for a global market here...Made in My...
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Re: The Re-Radiating Antenna Review by Viper76 and MyGIS

#25 Post by SilverBeauty » Thu Nov 29, 2007 5:14 pm

cruiser wrote:Heyyy Mygis,
Here's a thought....

If you can come up with a prototype hardware manifold type console box, that houses a small power plant inside perhaps with 16/32 amp fuse to support DC power...and then include several ports for cables with standard connections to Antennas, IPods, DvD and other interesting hardware...there could be a solution for a global market here...Made in My...
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Cruiser, before a prototype is built, there must be a marketing plan. Mind proposing one since you started it :mrgreen: :-k

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#26 Post by mygis » Thu Nov 29, 2007 5:25 pm

cruiser wrote:Heyyy Mygis,
Here's a thought....

If you can come up with a prototype hardware manifold type console box, that houses a small power plant inside perhaps with 16/32 amp fuse to support DC power...and then include several ports for cables with standard connections to Antennas, IPods, DvD and other interesting hardware...there could be a solution for a global market here...Made in My...
:rolleyes: :$$:





SilverBeauty wrote:
cruiser wrote:Heyyy Mygis,
Here's a thought....

If you can come up with a prototype hardware manifold type console box, that houses a small power plant inside perhaps with 16/32 amp fuse to support DC power...and then include several ports for cables with standard connections to Antennas, IPods, DvD and other interesting hardware...there could be a solution for a global market here...Made in My...
:rolleyes: :$$:


Cruiser, before a prototype is built, there must be a marketing plan. Mind proposing one since you started it :mrgreen: :-k


Hi Guys, we are working on selling this model as cheap as we can. As for your comment Cruiser, glad you did not keep it for yourself. Just to unveil some of the stuff we are working on, we have already started on getting the things on the track and it would take another 18 months before such things would fall into your hands mate.

I am tired of re-QC'ing the so called QC'd items ( :shock: , gee what does that mean?)

Cheers.

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Re: The Re-Radiating Antenna Review by Viper76 and MyGIS

#27 Post by kuchingguy » Sun Dec 02, 2007 3:07 am

Bro mygis ,
let me know that the so called QC'd items
is ready to sell
he he he :mrgreen:
SORRY . My English is not that good. I am doing my best to improve! Thank You.

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#28 Post by mygis » Sun Dec 02, 2007 7:51 am

sure I will in 18 to 24 months.

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Re: The Re-Radiating Antenna Review by Viper76 and MyGIS

#29 Post by kuchingguy » Sun Dec 02, 2007 10:39 am

Bro wassup man
faster la :mrgreen:
SORRY . My English is not that good. I am doing my best to improve! Thank You.

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Re: The Re-Radiating Antenna Review by Viper76 and MyGIS

#30 Post by harrier880 » Wed Dec 12, 2007 12:46 pm

viper76 wrote:here are some pictures using mapsource

combine all three
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car with antenna
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car without antenna
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naik motor+nuvi is near the speedometer
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*with antenna- the signal status always full
*without antenna - 4 to 5 bar
*naik motor- 5 bar

in terms of accuracy , i won't know because cannot see the status also :thumbsdown: ,
attached together using ge(with antenna)

Image

another thing that i notice that the best location to put the radiation antenna is on the middle of nuvi, any comment :-?


bro viper76,
great comparison....looking from GE point of view the tracks seems to "off track" quite a lot.
I think signal variation have caused it to fluctuates.... :mrgreen:

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