Hi there, I'm working on a series hybrid gas-electric racecar as part of the Formula Hybrid international competition. We've got a piece of National Instruments hardware that we use for control and data acquisition on the car. I'd like to put a wireless router on the car, the NI hardware has an ethernet port so it can plug right into the router, and when the car's in range, I should be able to view any interesting info from the car from my laptop in the pits. I'm just wondering what I should be able to expect in terms of range when we take this thing outside? Are there any routers out there that have a particularly long range? I know its not exactly a mac topic, but MR is a pretty knowledgeable crew, so I thought I'd ask here. I know an 802.11n router is the way to go. Also I prefer anything that happens to run off of 12V since we've already got a 12V circuit on the car, I know my old linksys AC adapter spat out 12V. Thanks for your input! PS it is indeed a mac that's connecting to this hardware, my trusty MBP, albeit always through Windows. The mac version of LabView is not exactly complete unfortunately!