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Lag1rich

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Hi all right I have a Yagi exterior areal and a high gain wi-fi adaptor to pick up a BT-Fon signal, Is there any way to make my reciver stronger to pick op a better signal? My OS is Windows Vista.

 

Any info or questions or sollutions please post below.

 

Kind regaurds, Richard


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You will need to spend a little cash but it should be just what you need. :)

http://www.ccrane.co...-G-N-Wireless-1


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the problem with what your trying to do is that the sending signal at the other end needs strengthening and seeing how it's a bt fon signal i doubt that's under your control.

 

think of it like this, your at one end of a football field using a mega phone and your mate is at the other just shouting, so he can hear you just fine but you can't hear him or just barely.

well that is exactly what is happening with your situation, so it doesn't matter how big a megaphone you get (high power aerials/antennas) your still going to have trouble hearing them (getting a better signal).

 

:popcorn:


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