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Wi-Fi help please


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Lag1rich

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Hi all, I currently use the following to pick up a wi-fi signal :-

http://www.ebay.co.u...984.m1423.l2649

Instead of hard wiring into my USB port on my laptop is there any (I assume powered) boxes which will emit the signals which the adaptor picks up, so i can use my in built wireless card on my laptop??

I was thinking of something like this :-

http://www.ebay.co.u...=item1c2b8c04e5

But I assume this will only emit the TP-link signal, not all the signals that my network adaptor picks up.

Thanks, Richard
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AquamanD

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Have you tried looking up a wireless repeater? Most newer wireless routers have that capability.

http://www.newegg.co...ategory/ID-2948

Hope that helps.
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Yes this is the kind of thing i'm looking for, It has to be powerd as my wi-fi adaptor runs off USB power,

Any other suggestions as the picture of the repeater you gave a link to does not seem to have a USB input.

Thanks Richard
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http://www.buyincoin...item/28348.html
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