This is a continuation of a blog that was part of the University of Alaska walking program. Now it includes other activities in addition to exercise such as motorcycle rides on my '83 BMW R100RT/Cozy and 2012 Ural Patrol Sidecar rigs.
This is one of the buildings on the edge of the Barrow Environmental Observatory (BEO) and for a long time, it has not had any network access. This morning, we installed a tiny antenna on the side of the building (upper left corner) and it now has ~45 Mbps access to the network in the main building. Not too shabby. All of the webcams were installed several years ago when we were testing a 700MHz wireless system and the cameras provided a great data stream.
Here is a better look at the antenna and mount. Pretty straightforward installation. The other end of this is the 60° panel that I showed in the previous post. The building is called the SledShed as it is built on steel runners allowing it to be readily moved around.