I use a 100 watt inverter that plugs right into the cigarette lighter power port. May not power the laptop (haven't tested) but the CPE will stay on for much longer for an hour.

Mark Nash
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Subject: [WISPA] Powering 12-volt CPE via battery for site surveys


What is the best way to power a 12-volt radio for 30 - 60 minutes
before requiring a re-charge? (solution must be re-chargeable via auto
adapter)

We are wanting to use an actual CPE radio with a 19dBi panel
antenna, connected to an iPAQ/Axim so we are needing a re-chargeable
power source for the radio.

BTW, we tried a 9-volt battery but it only kept the radio powered up
for 5 - 10 minutes.

Would something like http://tinyurl.com/vgm4n work?


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