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This should work fine. Report here with the specific problem that are being encountered and we should be able to determine whether or not the actual hardware has a problem.
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
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Low or poor signal is mainly caused by the following major factors:
Going Around Physical Obstructions
Wireless networks are also susceptible to obstructions that may lead to low signal. Often, the signal gets reflected, refracted or absorbed by the obstruction.
Common obstructions are:
If you have any of these objects between your wireless adapter and access point, consider relocating your access point somewhere high to get around the obstruction.
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