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Homemade antenna for laptops?


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saraveza408

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Is there anyway to make a homemade wireless antenna for my laptop? Ive heard this could be done with copper speaker wire & taping it to my wireless card. But I also heard the speaker wire has to point straight up & the antenna has to be a very specific legnth.Or could i use our cables satellite dish as an antenna?So If it is possible to make a homemade antenna I would like to know how? Please & Thank You!
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Edited by Matt T, 16 December 2007 - 09:07 PM.

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www.dl.tv
check out episode 100 or 101 it shows you how to boost the wireless signal with a design that's free and easy to make.
http://www.freeanten...ate2/index.html direct link to the instructions on how to make the windsurfer

Edited by †Gladiator†, 11 October 2006 - 06:20 AM.

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http://www.instructa...E4I72GEPUCHTHU/ this guy looks really fun
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http://www.instructa...E4I72GEPUCHTHU/ this guy looks really fun

that was really neat!
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You guys are great! I'm already rummaging through the pots and pans cupboard for a suitable implement to use but I may just try the sardine tin trick first over the USB adpator! My Router modem is a livebox with a built in antenna so no chance of using the Windsurfer!

Edited by PaulPunch, 13 October 2006 - 11:52 AM.

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