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srxo2 05-21-2006 10:01 PM

dielectric grease
 
can you use dielectric grease in outdoor antenna connections for networks. Keep getting moisture in them and loosing the signal.

srxo2 06-25-2006 12:32 PM

isn,t there one computer geek that knows the answer to this question.

Jormin 06-25-2006 10:00 PM

You have to give them some time.... Some people have life outside the computer. Anyway! I have no ideas about networking antennas.

Welcome to the forums... I am sure someone will help you soon.

William_Wilson 06-26-2006 11:26 AM

I don't see why you couldn't use it, but i doubt it would solve the problem. Are you sure moisture is the issue? When dealing with outdoor networking, there are a whole host of porblems that can arise from surrounding interference, including cell/portable phones. The further the distance the signal needs to travel the more likely these factors are the answer.

Besides the point, moisture is not good for electronics, especially the ones which have power flowing in them. I would suggest a permanent remedy for this 'moisture' issue. By either a temperature controlled area, or using a satalite dish method, as they are not affected by the elements as easily.
(i've never actually tried the latter, but i know it can work)


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