Re: wireless network question
try different anntena angles. I read an article somewhere (i want to say Smart Computing magazine) that said besides normal interferance from things like Satalite tv's, cell phones, cordless home phones, and microwaves, the type of material the signal has to travel through, and the angle it travels through make all the difference.
also. Some of these signals, depending on the frequency, cannot travel through walls and need to be bounced into your room. This bouncing would account for signal loss.
If the router is 15 feet away, would it be possable to run a wire to it (through a hole in the wall or whatever)? Personally, i hate wireless. The only reason i use it is because my parents won't let me run a wire. Signal drops are a normal part of wireless life as the router renew's ips. This process does not affect hard wire connections in any way.
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