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I'm building a rather large wireless network.

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maximum number of network segments = 5
maximum network segment length = 1640 feet (500 meters)
maximum total network cable length = 8200 feet (2500 meters)
maximum number of stations on a network segment = 100
minimum distance between transceivers (computers) = 8 feet (2.5 meters)
maximum transceiver cable length = 165 feet (50 meters)

each end of the trunk segment is terminated in 50-ohm
one of the terminators is grounded
connector splices are kept to a minimum

Transceivers 802.3
50-ohm cable RG-11
Male DIX connector

right...that last bit is what you will need to look for... the rg-11 the tranceivers and the dix connectors. you will also need to get two thicknet nic cards
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