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Boost Your WiFi Signal With A Beer Can (7 pics)

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How to boost your WiFi signal with a beer can.

1 Boost Your WiFi Signal With A Beer Can (7 pics)


2 Boost Your WiFi Signal With A Beer Can (7 pics)


3 Boost Your WiFi Signal With A Beer Can (7 pics)


4 Boost Your WiFi Signal With A Beer Can (7 pics)


5 Boost Your WiFi Signal With A Beer Can (7 pics)




6 Boost Your WiFi Signal With A Beer Can (7 pics)


7 Boost Your WiFi Signal With A Beer Can (7 pics)


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№1 Author: DocMcCoy (9 Aug 2011 02:09) Total user comments: 6039


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OK.
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№2 Author: 1edson (9 Aug 2011 03:04) Total user comments: 407


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does it boost or reflect the signal?
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№3 Author: fairmania (9 Aug 2011 03:28) Total user comments: 1436


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It makes the signal directional and therefore stronger, like a satellite dish, except in reverse.

A satellite dish focuses the received signal from one direction to a single point at the lnb, this uses the same principles in reverse to focus the radiated signal from the wifi antenna and reflect it in one direction.

Good if you have a dead spot in your houses coverage, but only for one direction. Not so good if you need general stronger coverage, as you are better off getting a bigger antenna for the router instead. Cheap if you look around.
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№4 Author: plaidpancake (9 Aug 2011 05:12) Total user comments: 2475


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№5 Author: Lord Dodo (9 Aug 2011 09:36) Total user comments: 2064


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fairmania, good explaination 04
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№6 Author: salsapopo (9 Aug 2011 11:49) Total user comments: 12723


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i will try it
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№7 Author: thesoulshaker (9 Aug 2011 14:11) Total user comments: 1384


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№8 Author: ImKindaAwesome (9 Aug 2011 15:04) Total user comments: 714


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Awesome if it works
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№9 Author: apari (9 Aug 2011 17:50) Total user comments: 827


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McGyver has gone WiFi , Lol
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№10 Author: Lu (9 Aug 2011 20:04) Total user comments: 15082


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Good tip.
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№11 Author: Jinxaruny (9 Aug 2011 20:33) Total user comments: 10324


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Cool!
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№12 Author: Louie (9 Aug 2011 20:45) Total user comments: 8189


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№13 Author: Nguyenazn (9 Aug 2011 21:20) Total user comments: 1144


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wow great thankssssssssss, i will try this now. I mean i bough the linksys N series, it aint cheap but the signal is just poor from room to room ! 04
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№14 Author: Nsibai (9 Aug 2011 22:12) Total user comments: 5694


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№15 Author: Kraneo Dunkel (11 Aug 2011 04:41) Total user comments: 145


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Interesting
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№16 Author: mortex (12 Aug 2011 03:58) Total user comments: 740


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You can also hook a "range extender" up to your computer, if you just have one computer that is out of range (it's a card that plugs into your comp with a external antenna booster).
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№17 Author: raymond.wendt (16 Aug 2011 02:54) Total user comments: 9115


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hmmm, i wonder if having my router on the opposite side of my desktop monitor is causing a weak signal... 51
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