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WiFi Wok and the Chinese cookware 2.4GHz repeaters

Barb Dybwad
March 22, 2005
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Not a new electronica group, but an ongoing project by New Zealander Stan Swan to make some seriously DIY WiFi repeaters out of — what else? — Chinese cookware, among other kitchen and household gadgets. Turns out cheap cooking scoops make great 2.4GHz parabolic mesh dishes. Who knew? We don't see too many WiFi extenders with bamboo handles in the States — surely a missed opportunity for the wireless adapter market.


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