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Okay well we (most) know that theres that godly DDWRT Software from Linux to hack routers

Im wondering if its been done on Draft-N networks before - I would like to be able to get a wireless N Signal all around my house

Has anyone done this before?

And when they say using the full 250mW is unsafe for health... is this like.. RADIATION? This router will be sitting on a desk right next to my parents! God forbid I buy a new hardware for them that starts eating their brains out

Also - Anyone happen to find the hardware mod to cool off the chip inside the routers? I know someone on OCN did it but I cant find it......... It comprised of the person soldering a heatsink to the transmitter chip, then modding a fan into the case
    
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yep check out www.theoryshare.com they sell pre modded routers and cable modems. Mine just arrived.
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Okay well we (most) know that theres that godly DDWRT Software from Linux to hack routers

Im wondering if its been done on Draft-N networks before - I would like to be able to get a wireless N Signal all around my house

Has anyone done this before?

And when they say using the full 250mW is unsafe for health... is this like.. RADIATION? This router will be sitting on a desk right next to my parents! God forbid I buy a new hardware for them that starts eating their brains out

Also - Anyone happen to find the hardware mod to cool off the chip inside the routers? I know someone on OCN did it but I cant find it......... It comprised of the person soldering a heatsink to the transmitter chip, then modding a fan into the case
I've modded and messed with my router countless times, but have never heard of a 250mW outside of some you can buy for the outdoors. Now, the only work I've done involves adding a heatsink as you said above. I'm not sure what router you have, but I'm fairly sure it's not the same one as I do.

Would be happy to help you

A minor correction though: "Radiation" is a term that tends to be thought of as being something horrible or terrible. All wavelengths of light are included in the banner "electromagnetic radiation." "Radioactivity", however, is something very different.

250 mW is not going to fry your parents, but it is a nice conversation starter if they ever anger you....
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I've modded and messed with my router countless times, but have never heard of a 250mW outside of some you can buy for the outdoors. Now, the only work I've done involves adding a heatsink as you said above. I'm not sure what router you have, but I'm fairly sure it's not the same one as I do.

Would be happy to help you

A minor correction though: "Radiation" is a term that tends to be thought of as being something horrible or terrible. All wavelengths of light are included in the banner "electromagnetic radiation." "Radioactivity", however, is something very different.

250 mW is not going to fry your parents, but it is a nice conversation starter if they ever anger you....
hehehee ok well this was the router i was going to buy and load with Linksys firmware and overclock


well for reference I was planning on picking up the Linksys WRT300N but Im lookin at some of the pre-modded ones....its only the G-band they have modded
    
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FYI- you linked to a pic of your rig. If that is what runs as a router, then you have a kick-ass router!
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LOL *** how did I do that?

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