This is the setup I have in my 2011 Solera. I'm using an air card from AT&T along with a Wilson Electronics booster due to the remote locations I usually work in. This was the most economical setup I could find because I also use this air card at home. I don't have any other occupants in this RV except for Thumper, a Manx cat who travels very well. The booster increases the air card signal very nicely and also aids the cell phone signal. It can be located at:
The installation guide is located at:
I clamped a metal plate to the outside TV antenna which I'll probably NOT use because I use an "in motion" DirecTV satellite dish. I put the outside Wilson Booster antenna on it which has a magnetic base and tie wrapped the cord so it won't get cut if I do happen to raise the TV antenna. I passed the outside antenna cord through the front bunk window on the passenger side leaving a hanging loop outside to help prevent moisture collection inside the RV. I also used duct tape to help seal the window. The inside antenna was placed on the passenger headrest under the seat organizer because its the area I use the cellphone and aircard most of the time. I did not have any voltage problems when I connected the power cord to the 12 volt connector above the RV entry doorway. The 2 antennas require at least a 5' separation if the outside antenna is not mounted on a solid metal roof because this can cause oscillation and loss of signal. I have not experienced any oscillation problems in the 3 days of using this setup so far.
I have a 17" Dell laptop strapped on a Jotto desk that is attached to the front 2 bolts on the passenger seat. I also ran a 15' monitor cable from the laptop to the front of the dinette table and connected this to a 19" HP external monitor and use a wireless mouse and keyboard with the laptop. I also use the Delorme mapping program on the laptop for navigation as well as the dash Pioneer navigation.
In the first picture, the little pouch below the Jotto desk is used to hold my cellphone which works through the Bluetooth connection on the Pioneer dash radio. Here, the cellphone can easily be charged as needed. The 2 connectors to the right of the shifter boot are for a thumbdrive and Ipod to use with the dash radio.
I plan on covering up the openings above the side RV door with smoked doors when I finish running all the electric lines, etc properly.