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    Wireless extender

    Have a wireless security camera I want to move further from the house
    It transmits when movement is detected and will be more effective with slightly stronger signal due to the office being mid house.
    Who sells such a beast ? Water / weather proof /
    Battery or prefer mains connected ?
    Have a large shed with power that it could go on then put receiver on side of house close to the office ?
    Have protection current system cant be joined with out permission and password .
    Not too worried about losing data any way as driveway is 1.5 km long so it would need to be bloody strong to cover that length one would hope ?

    Any help out there you tech types ??
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    Have a iron gate at start of drive with the electric wire on it. Get em every time. Untill they stole my fince tester

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    only practical method is to use yagi type antennas as both ends which will give you RF gain. however depending on what frequency the transmission is that distance from transmitter to antenna is going to be an issue as the higher the frequency the greater the loss in the cable is going to be.
    years back i had a similar issue with my boss's camera. we eventually used 2 wires of the fence and after using insulators of the 2 wires transmitted the signal up them to the house.
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