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Ray Ban Sunglasses

Protecting your eyes from the sun is important - especially when you’re driving. A good pair of polarized sunglasses can help relieve sun glare.

ENO Portable Hammock

At the end of the day, I love curling up in my hammock. ENO hammocks takes five minutes to hang up, making them perfect for camping and picnicking.

weBoost Cellular Antenna

Our RV internet setup starts with two weBoost Cellular Antennas mounted on the roof of our motorhome. These antennas amplify the cellular signal to our system.

Sierra Wireless LTE 4G Modem

A cellular modem allows us to access the internet when we're on the road. We use the Sierra Wireless LTE 4G modem in our RV internet setup.

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Motherboard

The Raspberry Pi acts as a gateway for our RV internet system, and the open-source firmware, called ROOter, can be flashed to a 16GB Class 10 Micro SD card.

16GB Class 10 Micro SD Card

The Raspberry Pi, which acts as a gateway for our RV internet system, requires open-source firmware, which can be flashed to a 16GB Class 10 Micro SD card.

Flirc Raspberry Pi Case

The Raspberry Pi and 16GB Micro SD Card are installed in the Flirc Raspberry Pi case to connect them to the other components of the RV internet setup.

CradlePoint Broadband Router

The CradlePoint Router is the heart of our RV internet equipment, allowing us to establish a Wide Area Network to which all our devices connect.

Ubiquiti NanoStation

We use the Ubiquiti NanoStation to amplify campground or other public Wifi signals. Connecting it to the CradlePoint Router allows us to save cellular data.

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