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Try one of the "N" class routers, or something highend with MIMO. You can also purchase a 7db wifi antenna and plug into the external wifi port on a lot of the routers. Try placing the router up high on a bookcase. You can also add wifi repeaters to your network to expand the coverage.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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