How To: Make a Wi-Fi extender from Asian parabolic cookware

Make a Wi-Fi extender from Asian parabolic cookware

Want to boost your WiFi reception? Have an extra wok or parabolic collander? This video tutorial demonstrates a simple hack that will allow you to build an effective radio antenna that will significantly increase the gain of your WiFi signal. To replicate this hack at home, you'll need the following items: (a) a piece of parabolic cookware, (b) heavy tape, (c) a USB WiFi stick, (d) tin snips, and (5) a USB extension cable. For detailed instructions on building your own wireless signal extender, watch this how-to.

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How the hell did u get A- for this crap !!!

this is a lie i was looking on how to hack a wifi network

If you are going to say it's a lie and does not work you should do the work or lets see take the five mins and make it. I did and when I was done and tried it I was picking up new wifi networks four of them. I give this an A+ does work and I also tried something else and it worked with this on your usb wifi you can use a 2.4 phone without it droping or slowing down your internet. Please everyone this is a great site if you are going to say it does not work try it first them leave your comment.

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