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How to gain signal strength


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brettxw

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My aunt has wireless in her house. She has a camper in her drive way, where I sleep and spend my nights when I'm at her house. I can get connection however it is not that strong. Maybe 2 bars. Is there anything I can do to help gain signal strength? I'm going to be there a bit and I need my internet. ha. Any hardware I can buy?
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Major Payne

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Use an external wireless antenna.

What is the best WiFi antenna for me?

How to Connect a Wireless Router to an External Antenna

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Go ahead and check out this quick guide by Microsoft as well:

http://www.microsoft...relesstips.aspx
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