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Wireless Phone Line Adapter

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  • A mobile phone (also called mobile, cellular phone, cell phone or handphone) is an electronic device used for full duplex two-way radio telecommunications over a cellular network of base stations known as cell sites.
  • A wireless phone works much like a cordless phone but connects through a PSTN (public switched telephony network) instead of a POTS line (plain old telephone service or regular telephone lines). Security is the guaranteed feature with wireless phones.
  • A person who adapts a text to make it suitable for filming, broadcasting, or the stage
  • A device for connecting pieces of equipment that cannot be connected directly
  • arranger: a musician who adapts a composition for particular voices or instruments or for another style of performance
  • device that enables something to be used in a way different from that for which it was intended or makes different pieces of apparatus compatible
  • An adapter or adaptor is a person that adapts or a device that converts attributes of one device or system to those of an otherwise incompatible device or system.
  • a formation of people or things one beside another; "the line of soldiers advanced with their bayonets fixed"; "they were arrayed in line of battle"; "the cast stood in line for the curtain call"
  • Mark or cover with lines
  • a mark that is long relative to its width; "He drew a line on the chart"
  • Stand or be positioned at intervals along
  • be in line with; form a line along; "trees line the riverbank"
  • Hit a line drive

internet set up...hour 5
internet set up...hour 5
the modem has 3 color LEDs for: internet, ethernet, broadband, wireless, and power that flash in 3 different patterns and stay on. Im still trying to figure how thise different categories of on-ness are being determined and monitored. I suspect the 'internet' light is indicating that internet is coming through the phone line into the modem and possible that each blink is a packet but that may be asking too much of technology. Then we have the broadband light which I cant understand as distict though it tend to be on solidly so I think this may indicate that the DSL service is on and functioning properly wheteter or not packets are moving across it. The wireless must just be from the modem to the computers but I cant figure why it blinks sometimes and stays solid others. I thoguth it may have to do with recieveing new signals or when a computer accesses it with the password but it doenst seem to be the case. then we have ethernet which only seems to come on when a ethernet cable is plugged into the modem port and into a functioning device fair enough. power i think i got;) I purchased a dry loop DSL and in the set up was prompted for information on VPI/VCI which seems to be set up by physical location. quebec and ontario are .35 and the numbers range from .2-8 I cant exaclty figure why the location matters, perhaps its like electricity in the way the lines were laid irrespective and then globalized devices had to come with massive adapters (like stupid computer and camera chargers) or perhaps its how things are directed most effeicinetly to the nearest server. I forget that the internet is a physical thing too... it then prompted me for PPPoE, or PPPoATM I still dont know what PPP is but I know it doenst work without the exact right passwords from your ISP, thats 'internet service provider' ;), I also dont know exaclty wat ATM is and why it is an option opposed to E, for etherenet, but this finally let to SSID & WPA/WEPs my modem's name and passwording system and I was able to get back online after a summer in internet exhile. I'm hoping to think more critically about having the internet in my life and wondering what everyone thinks about their set-up experience/frustrations, their ISP, password protecting access points and given how you use it, if access should be a right, privilege, or consumer product?
Umm, DIY hotshoe adapter
Umm, DIY hotshoe adapter
I had this old, not even adjustable, Pentax flash (an AF160Sa, if you really want technical details) lying around and I got these CyberSync remote triggers as an unexpected gift, so I decided to try to put something together to get it working so I could play with the new toy. The problem is that the Pentax only has a hotshoe in and a hotshoe to miniphone adapter is on the order of $40. I'm not even willing to spend $5 until I get a real flash (which probably has some more useful input). The result is a 3.5mm miniphone jack from a universal power adapter, two wires out of a CAT-3 phone cable, some aluminum foil to increase the chance I hit the conductors on the flash, and some black duct tape. It's ugly, but it works, most of the time. I may try soldering onto the miniphone to increase my chances of the flash firing. Update: I did end up soldering the miniphone plug and then ball bungeeing the remote to the flash. It seems to work every time now. So I've identified at least two ways to get a remote flash for under $150: You could get: a Vivitar 285 used from Ebay for around $40 a generic light stand for around $30 an umbrella swivel for $15 a generic non-folding sudio umbrella for $10 some Cactus V2 remotes from eBay for $30 (you could make your own household adapter and get some line from Home Depot, but this isn't wireless and might fry your camera with the old 285s. You could also get an optical slave for $10, but then you would have to use the on camera flash, which might be undesirable) OR a cheapo non-adjustable flash you found around the house a four year old as a voice-operated-lightstand (also used to "human zoom" the flash) a piece of paper for bounce-shoot-through and some walls for bounce and a $140 set of radio tiggers. I think if I might recommend the other path in the short term, but I think my path may have good long term prospects.

wireless phone line adapter
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