Loc: Hampstead, MD, USA
The signal/noise ratio you posted seems fine, however that's only one way, probably the signal you're getting from the router. <br><br>Can it read the signal from your mac to the airport base? That signal is usually weaker, though in terms of transmission it's not as important except when uploading.<br><br>It can seem odd how the signals attenuate. I've got two identical routers talking to each other over bridge to pick up slack for the wii's weak signal. You'd think each one would read equal signal strength (dd-wrt firmware I use shows you the s/n ratio), but it's not the case. It's also interesting how the slightest adjustment to the antenna greatly affects the signal strength.<br><br><br>Hey I'm an F'n Jerk!®
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