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February 16, 2005

Extending the iTrip's Range

I have been fairly disappointed with the dismal range, and sub-par clarity that my iTrip often gets, so I recently sat down, opened the thing up, and did what I could to extend its range. I took pics with my phone throughout the procedure, and posted them on my Flickr photoblog. I should note that I was probably fairly lucky with the way the internal antenna ended up readjusting itself for me.

Posted by Alan Joyce at February 16, 2005 08:16 PM

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I saw some guy do this and there are so many ways to make it go insanely far (amplifier, bigger antenna...)

There is an easy way which I think was just removing the stuff around the antenna and bending it some way..I forget.

Posted by: Jeff at February 16, 2005 08:47 PM

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