If you love both outdoors and Internet, then this guide will help you to stay wired up while you are camping. In this guide you’ll see how to find mobile hotspots, boosting your wireless signal and the equipment that will keep you connected, even in the most remote regions. Here are some tips to stay wired up,
Stay connected and wired in when you are camping by making sure you have access to Wi-Fi when you are on trails.
For a Wi-Fi signal to stay up a signal boosting antenna is the must travel essential.
Staying connected to the outside world, even in the world has many practical real-world advantages. Bring your GPS-Enabled smart phone with you and you’ll never be lost again.
Google Earth is a free desktop and mobile application that lets you view satellite imagery, maps and territory anywhere on earth and even in outer space.
A “waypoint” is a way to reference a particular place in physical space. Import waypoints into a GPS device or Google Earth for easy navigation.
Using waypoints from online camping directories to create custom markings of the locations of Wi-Fi access points, parks, public places, electrical power and other necessities for non-stop Internet access.
Your smart phone may also help you to create a Wi-Fi hotspot if it has a hotspot feature. Tap into your phone’s broadband connection to create an individual wireless network for to your laptop and other devices. For smart phones that don’t come with the built-in ability to power a mobile hotspot, apps like MyWi try to fill in the gaps. Be careful with these; they generally require that you jailbreak your phone and data charges can be costly.
Another great way to stay connected when you are away from a standard wireless network is to use Wi-Fi hubs and USB modems designed to enable you to take your broadband Internet service with you wherever you go.
Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi hubs and mobile hotspots are great, but how are you supposed to stay connected when you’re out of range of a broadband signal? Just amplify the range of any Wi-Fi network with a Wi-Fi antenna booster.
If you want to make you own Wi-Fi signal booster antenna, the chips cans helps you to make simple waveguide antenna, because they are used to make waveguide antennas.
To build you own antenna with cans a pigtail patch cable helps you that has a connector at one end and plain wire at the other.
If soldering and doing frequency calculations isn’t your thing, there are Wi-Fi antennas available in the market for sale.
If you trying to watch TV in the middle of the rainforest, satellite technology will enable you to access internet even in the world’s wildest regions. Not everyone can uses this technology, and the reason is: satellite internet service is not cheap. Satellite hardware can cost up to tens of thousands of USD, and you will also need to pay for the data you download.
For power requirements one little technology is the wind-up cell phone charger. Wind-up chargers work by storing kinetic energy generated by winding a small hand crank and converting it to usable power.
Another great source of portable source of power for serious internet addicts who want to stay wired up while they’re camping out is:
Several different types of rechargeable kinetic energy batteries which are currently under development; in the meantime, serious internet addicts should pack a supply of regular batteries and a battery powered USB charger when they go camping.