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Bad WIFI reception

In certain parts of my house i cannot get WIFI reception on my laptop .Is it possible to fit an aerial extention to the router

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Yes. You can just deploy a Wireless Access Point or a Wireless Range Expander. What they do is they extend your signal from main router thus, if you're having low reception at one part of your house, deploy the Wireless Access Point there and it's gonna give you another excellent signal.

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*Put large furniture along the exterior walls of your home
*Minimize mirrors. All metallic surfaces reflect WiFi signals, including the thin metal layer found in most mirrors.
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