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Wireless Internet not getting enought signal strength

I was wondering we have Alltel wireless internet and the signal strength is not really good. is there an antenna i can add to it to make the signal stronger??

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    Thanks i will try it!

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Yea there are high gain antennas. Here are some on a site i would recommend

http://www.ebuyer.com/cat/Wireless/subcat/Wireless-Antennas-&-Accessories

The more you spend the more purchase you will get. Go for one with a high dBi. Also be aware that you may want an omni-directional one if you want the signal to be boosted in all areas

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