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wifi extension Answered

hello all! i need some help, is there a way i can make my wifi signal stronger without modifying my router, i normaly like to research/ play games in my room, where i only get 3/4 out of 5 bars. the router is under a tv and directly iv front of a wall separating me from it a simple map looks like this
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Di Immortales

4 years ago

thank you all, i have moved my router out from under the tv and i get a much better signal

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quickfms

4 years ago

Your router is placed under the TV, first of all take out your router from there and place your router in open where signals didn't get blocked and keep far from any electrical wires they can create interference in signals. If still you don't get enough signal then you can use reflector at the place of antenna in such way that, front of reflector should at your room. So that all signal goes in that direction where you want they won't scattered.

Then signal strength will be high and you can get full signals.

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caitlinsdad

4 years ago

The last person behind 10 ft thick walls might have been the Count of Monte Cristo...and he had no wifi. Easiest thing to do is to move your router out from under the TV as it may be blocking the signal and the router's antenna(internal or external). Place it out in the open and try aiming, turning, mounting or positioning it so you get a stronger signal.