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This is how I made a usb cantenna with a coffee can. Simple and effective enough to gain 1 or 2 bars. Sorry bout the cr@ppy pics.
Items needed:11.5oz coffee canUsb Wifi Adapter w/ or w/o usb cradleMetal hangerTools needed:Razor knife to cut can with. I'm not blessed with a dremel. :(SharpieRulerNeedle nose pliers and/or ...
My 11.5oz coffee can is: Laura Lynn Hazelnut creme (naturally & artificially flavored) hell yea hazelnut bro Inside Length 5 5/16 in. Outside Length 5 7/16 in. (not ...
So, I mark from the bottom of the can 1 13/16ths. This is my middle mark of the hole I need to make. Using the dimensions of my ...
Here, I just stuck the adapter in the hole and held it in place manually while I panned it around. Results with NetStumbler indicated a nominal increase, so ...
I cut the top off a metal coat hanger and straightened it. Bent 1 end in a Z shape and then added a 90 degree step perpendicular to ...
The completed cantenna. I originally attached the hanger on the bottom hoping to make a temporary stand/tripod thingy but opted to just hang it from the curtain rod. ...
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