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signal booster for wifi don't exists, you can add a repeater, use a higher gain antenna and/or use a modified bios wich does allow to modify the transmit power.

:o:D:D who told you this NHJ?

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http://www.siammastershop.com/index.php/cPath/384_411

just make a search with Google and enjoy the results......

"nobody is perfect" or maybe we don't talking about the same things like "Signal Booster"

Chayaphum

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just make a search with Google and enjoy the results......

"nobody is perfect" or maybe we don't talking about the same things like "Signal Booster"

Chayaphum

my mistake, but those solutions are good only if the client station who wish to connect has more output power (unlikely to happen exept if you have pc cards like ubiquity 300MW) compared to the routeur wich is usually 100mw.

mostly those booster/amplifier are used to link two station to cover "long" distances like in citizen network, i think san franciso was the first town to see this move and than spread to the rest of the world.

for "normal" use it's better to use repeater or replace the antenna if you routeur is weak(30mw)

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i need to increase the signal that my NOKIA 5800 receives -any ideas?

on the Nokia there is an energy profiler - i can get -70 to - 75 dbm on it

this is enough to do internet things but not transmitting SKYPE voice very well

If i go to the main highway i can get 50 to 55 dbm and SKYPE works well

I have set up a few "dishes" but they are passive and just collectors really - just a dish with the phone sitting in fromt of it gains 10- 15 dbm

Do I need a repeater or a booster and if so what is used to boost the signal?

the phone doesnt have an arial input

any suggestions that would give more than 25 dbm?

thanks

ps i have no alternative than the EDGE connection in the phone -

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