To boost signal, I want to install internal antenna in samsung sgha237. Instructions say (after opening phone and removing battery) to press the internal antenna onto the body of the phone in the SAME DIRECTION AS THE EXISTING ANTENNA. I can't identify the antenna...what does it look like?
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If the antenna on the camera can be removed then there are long range antennas available that will increase the signal strength. You have to if the camera is transmitting on 2.4 ghz or 5.8 ghz before you look online for an antenna. just google 2.4 ghz antennas for a list.
Homemade Pringles antenna - Eat a packet of Pringles (ready salted would be my choice) then follow this tutorial to convert it into a functioning directional antenna. Point it where you need a signal boost.
Airport Express & kitchen sieve - Take an Airport Express and set it into a common metallic kitchen sieve to boost it's signal further.
Try a parabolic dish - Hawking make a 802.11 B/G parabolic dish
that basically pulls in a WiFi signal, performs some magic and boosts
your range by up to 300%! It only costs $80 and it has a cool retro
Cantenna - This is basically a pro version of the Pringles tin hack. For $50 you can buy a Cantenna that plugs into your router and extends your WiFi signal. It also looks cool.
Also see this: The Wi-Fire uses a powerful directional antenna, highly sensitive
receiver and proprietary software to find and enhance normal WiFi
signals. With it, you can connect wirelessly to the Internet-even at low
signal strengths-faster, more reliably and with a more consistently
strong connection-than you are able to with an internal wireless
The Wi-Fire draws very little power from your laptop battery. It
comes complete with everything you need to connect wirelessly to the
Internet. Just install the Wi-Fire Connection Manager, plug the Wi-Fire
into an available USB port and you're ready to start. It can rest on any
flat surface, laptop display or flat screen monitor.
You may have to use foil or other metal to extend the antenna artificially. I found years ago that even wrapping my hand around the end of it boosted the signal (though I'm sure you're not willing to listen to a radio while holding the antenna the whole time). I once sat a TV antenna on top of a portable CRT with its own internal ferrite antenna, and the video signal was about 80% there, audio 100%. This may be an inconvenient method, but it will guarantee at least most of the audio quality you want.
your antenna can be seen at the bottom of the laptop. it looks like a battery of cellphone bit it has buttons for wire connections, actually it is called internal wireless card. there are many ways in boosting the wireless signal you can easily search how to boost wireless signal from youtube and you will see exaclty how it is done.
Try getting an antenna boost card they are compatible with all phones I believe there is one called cricket antenna boost they have them on ebay for like three dollars I havent tried one but its the only way that i know to boost your signal power
The only way to boost the signal is to upgrade the internal wireless card to a card with more range. Research the various Broadcom and Intel wireless cards and find one that meets the range you need. Most of the cards are interchangeable, so even though it may not have been offered for your machine, it will work, with the proper drivers.
if you do a search at pdaphonehome.com a guy has replaced his antenna and provided step by step instructions for how to do it yourself with pictures. I don't know if frying it can make sure getting a new antenna will fix that but thats something you can try before replacing.