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I have sat. internet at my home, which is 500 to 600 feet from my business. How do I get a better signal to my business. Right now, I get about 15% outside the building, which by the way is a metal building.

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I use Netgear dg834g and linksys wireless-G routers (blue and black) or modem/routers as these give the best signals ove long distances.

Also the edimax usb dongle has incredible connections for me over long distance
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Edimax-EW-7318Ug-Wireless-Adapter-802-11b/dp/B000KLQY8G/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1231971718&sr=8-2

I also put in static LAN IP addresses and these help with connection
see http://www.howtofixanything.co.uk/howto-269.html
good luck

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