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akbor
25-08-2008, 19:40
see below

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Robert

wpte
30-08-2008, 14:29
they glued the antenna's?:p
crazy koreans rofl

anyway, what's under the metal plate?;)

akbor
30-08-2008, 14:45
the RF section of the WLAN card, what else? ;)

BR

Robert

wpte
01-09-2008, 12:58
the RF section of the WLAN card, what else? ;)

BR

Robert

I mean the one on the right, the BIG one:cool:
I know it;s processor... but do you have pic? :D

akbor
01-09-2008, 18:29
Not yet, sorry. Maybe the next time, when I'll open the case again ;)

BR

Robert

wpte
11-09-2008, 19:26
Not yet, sorry. Maybe the next time, when I'll open the case again ;)

BR

Robert
haha, that's allright:D

akbor
17-05-2009, 21:56
So.. one year later, here is the picture: :D

wpte
19-05-2009, 16:46
aaah nice:D
thanks:p

Les Wire
29-12-2009, 17:47
they glued the antenna's?:p
Apparently the glue is not enough to hold the connctors in place.
I just opened my 1 year old WL500-W for the first time, and much to my surprise one of the antenna cables had falled off, despite the yellow glue. (The connector one the left in the picture above).
The cable had also released itself from the tape near the antenna.

The cable can easily get caught in the crack at the antenna socket when you turn the antenna. I guess this could be what happened, and while turning the antenna with the cable caught in the crack, I guess it could have pulled enough in the cable to release it from the socket, because the tape and metal screen makes sure the cable is strethed out so much that there was no more loose cable to give while turning the antenna with the cable caught in the crack.


crazy koreans rofl
Koreans? Are these routers made in Korea? Asus is a Taiwanese company, not Korean.
But maybe they are developed by another OEM company for Asus.
I know many routers are basically OEM routers from another comapny, with a customized firmware GUI and enclosure for the OEM customer.