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External Wireless Adapters

Add a external wireless adapter to your laptop that is powered. Just by Google usb wireless adapter and you will acquisition abounding different vendors

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how can i boost my wi-fi


You can buy a 'repeater'. A repeater is a net device that can pick up your wifi signal from one wifi, and using another channel (your computer or other device can automatically change channels) it will also send the same connection without wires. Basically, these are like cell towers in that you can move from one to another seamlessly, if they're built to do so. Some cheaper models will require you to chose the one you want.

The other option is to use the etherport, and run another wireless router by pulling a cable to the part of the house or buisness where you need the signal.

Now, that's the easiest way. However, if your wifi uses an antenna, sometimes, if you can find one, you can get a better antenna, something that is directional, or partly directional, this can at times double or triple your distance. However, unless the antenna has an amplifier, it will merely have the same signal, it will just confine the directions it travels, and this boosts the signal. Most normal antennas transmit 360°, but you can get them with any angle spread, and it will help, even down to 15°, which is a very narrow but strong signal. Add an amplifier, and you increase the output signal.

Hope this helps.

Sep 01, 2015 | Toshiba NB205-N210 Netbook

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how can i connect a wireless internet connection with a compaq armada E500


Get a PCMCIA to USB2 adapter that has an external 5 Volt connection to it to supply the higher current for the wireless adapter. The power can come from the USB via USB adapter cable
After installing the adapter, the USB wireless device should be installed just like in any later notebook. The wireless device requires USB2 and high power. and won't work off a powered hub.

Feb 05, 2010 | Compaq Armada E500 Notebook

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add a mouse


Yes.

Most wireless mice come with a small wireless USB dongle that you plug into a USB port.

If your laptop supports bluetooth, you can get a bluetooth mouse, and you wont need to plug anything into your USB port.

Have a look at the logitech nano mouse.

May 24, 2009 | eMachines E620-5885 Notebook PC

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wireless adapter


Go for an external USB wireless adapter, and the speed may vary depending on barriers and the distance from the router, the max. distance is about 30 ft from the router.
Tell me if anything else you want to know abt the wireless connection?

Askari :)

Mar 28, 2009 | Dell Dimension 8400 PC Desktop

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I can't go online


my problem is related to data acquisition from a data recorder like CVR to laptop using wireless techniques. what are the devices supposes to use? it should compliant to 802.11 b/g/n.

Jul 09, 2008 | Prolink Computers & Internet

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