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WiFi Signal Attenuation

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Signal Attenuation

Glass window 2db
Wooden door 3db
Cubicle 3-5db
Plasterboard wall 3db
Dry wall 4db
Cinderblock 5db
Marble 5db
Glass wall with metal frame 6db
Brick wall 8db
Concrete wall 10-15db

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Good info #Z108 #1PartyStation

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Access old internet radio in iTunes 11

Access old internet radio in iTunes 11 | Z108 is listed on Itunes | Scoop.it
In the latest version of iTunes, Apple's iTunes Radio service has been revamped, so instead of offering a number of stream URLs to various third-party radio stations, the new service gives you chan...

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Access the Itunes old internet radio.

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Jeff's curator insight, April 8, 2014 5:37 AM

Www.radiobets.com    The  UKs first independent sports betting radio show  #gambling  news live on air  this companies  # domain name should be worth millions of dollars  with different revenue shares coming at all angles this would be a game changer in sports betting as we know it . Casino  and sports betting merchants can finally reach a  target audience  with online radio station  radiobets.com  not only mobile but would also benefit from a mobile application  for audio to be streamed  via a mobile app built from  wwwAffiliatesApps.com software. Online radio  has been a slow starter but with mobile internet the future will go boom and radiobets.com can promote all gambling on the go including car radio think how that can benefit the gambling sector with new customers 

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Why Music Services Are Wasting Time Recommending New Music

Why Music Services Are Wasting Time Recommending New Music | Z108 is listed on Itunes | Scoop.it

Here's a likely unpopular statement: No one wants to "discover" new music. We may say we want to discover new music, and  certainly entrepreneurs/labels/music services...not to mention artists, have long tried to get consumers, to want new music, but the reality is we're just not predisposed ...


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fulosse's curator insight, April 9, 2014 9:08 PM

It is fine !!! and I like it!!!