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Samjula

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Hi guys, my wireless router (Buffalo WMR-G54) is downstairs and i have a new pc upstairs which almost all the time has a low/very low signal strength. I tried using the usb network dongle that i use downstairs which works fine but the problem was just the same. Should i get a new router with a more powerful range? Or are there signal boosters/amplifiers that are used to sort these kinds of problems? Thanks a Lot

Edited by Samjula, 14 January 2006 - 11:24 AM.

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kate22in

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Hi,

You can xtend the range of the wireless signal by using a wireless range extender,Or you can use access points in repeater mode to extend the range.
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