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My name is Tim and I am the founder of the Radio Transmission
Technologies Consulting Alliance.

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people fix their Wi-Fi related problems.

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How to boost the range of your Wi-Fi router for free

Most routers ship with omnidirectional antennas, which broadcast signal in all directions. It’s the sensible thing to
do, and the method works OK if you place the router in the center of the room.

But if your router is placed near a wall, you’d get much better results with a directional antenna. You will need a
special cable to connect it to the router, but it won’t cost you more than a few dollars.

The free alternative is to use a home-made Wi-Fi signal reflector, which is placed behind the router antennas and
can focus the signal towards the desired area. Yes, even the plain aluminum foil that can be found in anyone’s
kitchen, or a soda can will do the job. Here’s a tutorial on how to do it.
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