Two weeks ago I ordered an item from Amazon, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00DJ23D3W/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 This is a USB WiFi antenna with a 30 foot connector permanently attached. At first I merely placed the antenna on the roof of my Shamrock HTT, and fed the cable under the door so that I could try it inside. My laptop will not receive a signal, even when I use an external WiFi card with a 6 inch antenna from my home router about 200 feet and two walls away. When I plugged this in, the signal junped to 4 bars and I went full speed, including watching streaming video. I had to download drivers for my Win Vista machine, but it worked great as soon as I did. Win7 it is reported work with the native Win7 drivers. I am so pleased with this unit, I purchased another for my auto. I also spent about an hour mounting this unit to my TV antenna mast in such a way that it will not interfere with the TV antenna, and I can point it using the rotator. I used a length of plastic data conduit (Panduit) glued to the side of my RV, routing the cable from the roof to the satelite/cable input box on the side of the HTT. I removed the input box cap and ran the cable into the hole in the side of the HTT, then replaced and recaulked the plate. I then routed the cable so that it comes up by my dinette. There is at least 12 foot of cable inside the HTT, giving me plenty of spots to be able to use my computer online.