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Old 07-05-2009, 12:33 PM   #1
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Ok, so heres my scenario.. lol anyways at work, i get very bored , i have a laptop and there are many free internets around in the area but the signals are so low i cant do anything with them, any ideas on how i can boost the signal somehow to get a decent connection? I heard about external antennas and wireless range extenders and stuff? any ideas would be nice thanks
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Those would work very well. There are also PCMCIA wireless adapters (I think) that have dual antennas on the card. Probably made by DLink or the likes. I'll look around and edit this post when I find something.
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Those would work very well. There are also PCMCIA wireless adapters (I think) that have dual antennas on the card. Probably made by DLink or the likes. I'll look around and edit this post when I find something.
sounds good :P thanks
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