wireless extender

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by razRA, Oct 1, 2013.

  1. razRA

    razRA MDL Junior Member

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    I wonder if I can extend my wireless range .. my router its got 3 antennas ..and wonder if I can attach a coaxial cable where one antenna is ..and then move that cable in other building and in the end of the cable to attach the antenna ? anyone thinks it might work ? to extend the signal in the other building from the same router ? It is possible?
     
  2. LatinMcG

    LatinMcG Bios Borker

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    #2 LatinMcG, Oct 1, 2013
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    youre better off getting a cheap netgear and use its built in repeater function i think.
    or look in the dd-wrt wiki for models u have access to make a repeater.

    but i guess if u want to do it that way i would go with a Hawking tech amplifier or similar and a good antenna.

    the longer the cable the bigger the DB loss depending on cable shielding
     
  3. razRA

    razRA MDL Junior Member

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    ok thanks guys.. I was thinking about repeater ..but if I use two repeaters will work because its a bit far where I want to move the signal ?
     
  4. razRA

    razRA MDL Junior Member

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    I have this router Wireless Tp-link Tl Wr941nd 300mbps its lots of walls through that area where I want to move the signal .. first the signal needs to go outside and then to pass a building ..its a bit difficult ..maybe