With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts.
These are just a couple of wifi antennas I cooked up real quick. If you are interested in antennas, check this one out: https://www.instructables.com/id/Foil-based-fractal-antenna/
Usb wifi adapter. Usb extension cable. Plastic salad bow. 2 coat hangers Foil. Tape. Large parabolic screen from children's toy. Tools. Drill Wire cutters
Take parabolic screen and use wire cutters to make a hole for the usb wfi adapter to fit. Insert wifi adapter. Lay unit face down for a minute.
Bend coat hanger to make stand for antenna Insert stand into parabolic screen. Done.
Drill hole in salad bowl to fit usb wifi adapter. Surround bowl with foil. Tape down. Insert wifi adapter. Lay bowl face down fior a minute.
Bend coat hanger to fit.
Bend coat hanger to support bowl. Put bowl in stand. done. Hope you enjoy these directional wifi antennas.
We decided to take a previous project and modify it for this project. Never ending uses for tripods.
I had been thinking about solar cookers when I found this small picture of a parabola form. Seemed unusable at first. So using a image viewer, I enlarged ...
Article that is about experimenting with parabolas.http://computoman.blogspot.com/2014/08/parabolas-revisited.html
HackerBoxes 0003: Amateur Radio, Arduino Nano, Satellites, Packet, APRSby HackerBoxes
The 802.11 Ninja - Portable 802.11 Hacking Deviceby WeakNetLabs
Getting a Spark Core running without using Spark's appby dblando
Join 2 million + to receive instant DIY inspiration in your inbox.
© 2016 Autodesk, Inc.