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How To Make Wifi Signal Booster (DIY)
May 3, 2008
As I promise before (Cheap Solution for Wireless Signal Booster (Homemade Wireless Antenna)) I would like to give instructions on how to create your own wireless signal booster. Right now i am using free Wireless connection from school 500 meters from my house. Before this I couldn’t even connect to Google due to terrible wireless signal. In this tutorial I am using Aztech 802.11b/g USB Adaptor. If you have wireless pci card, the procedure still the same. By doing this you can increase your wireless signal up to 12Db. If the signal too low you may need a monitoring software like netstumbler.There are few products out there that you can purchase but that’s not cool at all. Do it yourself!
Building a Wifi booster DIY style. Tool that you need are Cheap USB wireless modem, antenna holder, aluminum foil and USB extension cable. I tried using the long extension cable but it does no detect my USB devices , maybe because not enough power supply.
Step 1 The Reflector I found pre-made template on the internet for this. I just doubled the scale to fit my cardboard.Once you already downloaded the template cut it into the shape. I am using plastic file’s case. You may use cardboard get the cheapest one lol. I cut the square hole in the middle to fit the Aztech wireless USB adapter.
Step 2 Cover with the aluminum foil. Once we the template is ready. Go to the kitchen and grab the aluminum foil. Ask your mom first! Cover the template with aluminum foil and use your sister’s uhu glue.
Step 3 Antenna Holder Get some material for antenna holder. I am using curtain’s holder for this.
Last step Mount your USB and to test the correct position and direction for the antenna.
Adjust the position of your antenna so you will get the maximum signal gain. This is the difficult part since we don’t know from where the signal coming from. You can use this also as to increase your router signal.
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