Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
There are many different (possibly fun) ways to boost your routers signals. You can purchase better antennas (If you can disconnect your OEM ones, but those can be over priced). You can upgrade the firmware of your router (requires very good technical skill to properly and safely do that), then tweak those router settings then. You can make you own antennas. ( that requires some radio engineering skills to properly do). You can install an amplifier between the router and antennas (can be expensive). or any combination of the above, but be wary of FCC rules with any modification of RF equipment (don't make the signal too powerful, or cause interference to others in your area). :D
One more viable way is to use a repeater in another area of your home to repeat your routers signal where needed (repeaters are hard to find, can be expensive as well).
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Move your wireless router to a central location in your network, keeping in mind that the router should be at waist level at the very least, not on the ground.
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