Posted by Press Releases | Apr 29, 2011 | Comments 0
Wichita, Kansas – QuickerTek Inc. today is pleased to announce the second generation higher gain 5dBi Tri-Band Articulated Antenna upgrade kit for the Apple Extreme 802.11n Base Station and the Time Capsule 500GB, 1TB and 2TB models. Since the internal antennas are all quite modest in receptive sensitivity and transmission capability. We found a way to fix this problem, we brought the antennas outside the box!
Posted by Jason | Aug 11, 2010 | Comments 0
CollegeHumor.com have put together their own spin on the iPhone 4 antenna press conference that Apple held last month, showcasing Steve Jobs’ real feelings. The video is NSFW due to language but if you’ve got a set of headphones or just don’t care…hit the play button below.
Posted by Jake Wright | Jul 25, 2010 | Comments 0
Apple has just added a new video to its part of the site called Smartphone Antenna Performance. This time they take aim at the new Droid X. In the short video you will see the phone loosing bars as soon as its given the good old death grip, going from three bars to one rather quickly. Take a look at the video and see for yourself. You can also visit Apple’s site to see all the information and videos they have posted on other phones like; iPhone 4, BlackBerry Bold 9700, HTC Droid Eris, Nokia N97 mini, Samsung Omnia II and even the iPhone 3GS.
Posted by Jay Krishnaswamy | Jul 02, 2010 | Comments 0
Apparently AT&T’s service is even worse than we thought. It turns out that Apple has been using a wrong formula for computing cell phone signal since the first iPhone.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Mar 13, 2010 | Comments 1
Both versions of the the iPad, Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + 3G, have appeared on the FCC’s (Federal Communications Commission) website. Although the user manual, external photos, and other materials are still being withheld at Apple’s request, there are several small discoveries to be made. Both models of the iPad have two Wi-Fi antennas, one that is shared with Bluetooth, and one that is not. These antennas cannot transmit simultaneously, are “fed with different power levels,” and are located in different places within the casing. Exact reason for the dual antenna configuration was not provided but it appears to be for reception diversity, allowing the iPad to decide which antenna is working better and switch between them, opting for the higher power version when needed.