Quest for a better Wi-Fi backyard coverage

Posted by: Guy Barrettes WebLog, on 09 Aug 2011 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

I recently purchased a new antenna for my router trying to get a better Wi-Fi signal when in my backyard.  It worked but still, I wanted an even better signal so I started to investigate other hardware options: External antenna Wi-Fi repeater PowerLine devices External antennas require that you connect them to the router so you need to find a way to get that cable out of the house.  This is a more permanent setup and to my surprise, the cables are very expensive and this...

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