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Bad signal at home

I have a HP Pavillion dv 6000 laptop and an alltel wireless connection what wireless booster would work best to increase signal at home

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Free and easiest way to fix a signal problem in a house:

http://www.freeantennas.com/

Should boost your signal by a couple decibels

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I live in a mobile home.it has aluminum siding.I have internet wifi.i want to also receive the signal in my metal workshop 300 feet away.is there a signal booster i can get & if so what kind & brand ?


their are all sorts of boosters can buy online ,walmart,best buy,target etc depending on your wifi and location of your eather net may not need one if you can move router to different location closer to shop may not need one
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I have my router and modem on top of my frige and was wondering if thats a good spot? i heard metal can effect the wifi n the fridge is all metal


Generally the higher the wireless adapter and antenna is placed, the better the signal, however metal can cause some signal loss / interference issues for internally installed antennas. There is usually not a problem if you have an external antenna on your router and it's on top of something made of metal. Only if there is something made of metal between the router and areas in your home that your other wireless devices like a laptop are being used. Also it's a good idea to place the wireless router centrally located in your home if possible. The things that negatively affect your signal the most are obstructions (walls etc), electrical devices that cause interference like cordless phones (especially if they ooperate at the same frequencyb as your router), microwave ovens and other electrical devices that generate interference like motors in fans and such. I think if you place your router and modem on something that will raise them off the metal of your refrigerator it will minimize the effect of the metal from the fridge below them.

You might also consider purchasing a wireless amplifier / booster for your router if you're experiencing signal loss in your home or check your router setup options to see if you can increase the output through the user settings. Use a bi-directional amplifier to increase both your incoming and outgoing signal strength if you decide to go that route.

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Get a better wireless router.

Change the location your using your laptop in.

Google your problem with hack as a keyword to read about how people can use woks to increase signal strength but watch out for laws about radiation and frequencies.

Consider getting a booster to relay your signal.

Check for wireless phones or radios, pay TVs etc. that could be affecting your signal.


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It may be just a problem of the signal bouncing around and your laptop is struggling at times to find the signal. Some earlier laptops don't have a wireless booster built in the screen. Go to your laptops' web site and see if there are any updated drivers for your wireless card. If still unhappy with results purchase a USB wireless dongle and dissable wireless card, it may have a better reception area, or purchase a signal booster that works in conjunction with your wireless router.

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