- Aircrack-ng Getting Started
How to use aircrack-ng to crack WEP keys
in Computers > Nätverk
- Connect Android Phone to LEAP WiFi - Richard's Weblog
Android phone can connect to WiFi wireless network, but it only supports simple authentication, such as WEP key, if WiFi has security settings. There is no support for LEAP in current Android. At least no support in GUI configuration wizard. Lots of users have been requesting this feature (1386, 1871) in Android's Google Code site. But wait a minute, does Android really not support LEAP? Take a look at WifiConfiguration.AuthAlgorithm in apidocs, there is a constant for LEAP. Yes, Android supports LEAP, but there is not option on GUI configuration.
in Mobilt > Android
- D-Link DWL-G700AP accesspunkt
Support för D-link DWL-G700AP
in Computers > Nätverk
Wireless DVR / CCTV / AV sender / AP Manufacturer
in Hus & Hem
- Plantraco videocam
A tiny wireless video cam
aircraft airplane blimps control controlled hobby indoor micro plantraco radio remote
in Diverse > Webkameror
- RangeVideo! Wireless video solutions
Welcome to RangeVideo. We are the premier distributor and developer of wireless A/V equipment and accessories. We tailor to the hobbyist by designing easy to use, long range, wireless video systems and accessories.
in Diverse > Foto & kameror
- USB 2.4Ghz RF Wireless Multimedia Tiny Keyboard
This keyboard is a 78 key + 20 Multi-Media enhanced layout 2.4 GHz. RF Wireless keyboard with a built-in high precision 1000 DPI trackball. Its portable and tiny design can be used for travel, school, or any other working environment. It is especially suitable for HTPC.
in Computers > HTPC
- Wireless temperature picture frame mashup » Micah's Bloggy Widget
This is the latest geeky addition to our home decor. It’s a Kodak W820 digital picture frame, showing a graph of real-time temperature data collected from around the house: upstairs and downstairs, garage, outdoors, and even inside the refrigerator. More photos on Flickr, implementation details below… Temperature Sensors Most of my friends probably know that back in 2004, when I was still in college, I built a set of wireless temperature sensors. Each one is an Altoids tin containing a 9V battery, a Dallas 1-wire temperature sensor, PIC microcontroller, and a little 315 MHz AM radio transmitter. I built several of these indoor wireless sensors, plus one outdoor sensor which I built out of PVC pipe.
in Hus & Hem > Home Automation
wireless from all users