3/4 G Wireless Booster

About: Green aka TheGotWifiCowboy is world know for global wireless developments , where he and his group creates wireless networks spanning counties to countries for governments, municipalities , internet service ...

Intro: 3/4 G Wireless Booster

Is your 3/4G wireless service dropping off, or your getting super slow speeds?

Out of some household items, you can boost your wireless signal!

Step 1: Materials List

This is a list of materials needed:

5 inch pie pan
3/4G USB Modem
USB Cable 
Duct Tape


Step 2: Plug It Up First !

Plug the USB 3/4G Modem into the cable

Step 3: Put Wireless Onto Pan

Place the wireless assembly directly in the center of the pan.
We used a pan with lines so it was easier to line up.

Step 4: Apply Tape

Apply duct tape, and tape antenna directly to center of pan.

Step 5: Optional - Apply Hook for Easy Hanging

get large paper clip.

Undo to make into triangle

use one peice of tape and attach clip to top of back of pan,

There you have it!  You can hang it on a nail anywhere near 
your computer and aim towards tower or window (in most cases)

Enjoy!

Step 6: Hang and Use !

Wow, your 3G/4G Wireless Booster is finished, and ready to use.
Plug into your PC or laptop's USB port and enjoy!!!

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    tarkan_

    5 years ago on Step 6

    Tried this with my Huawei E367, works fine, I've gained about 2-3dB that considerably improved the ping and download rate, thanks for the tip :) !

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    SQ2KTN

    3 years ago on Introduction

    I'll try something like this with old, unused satellite TV dish: remove downconverter and put the modem in its place so that the built-in modem antenna will be in focal point. Of course I'll have to put the modem in a rainproof enclosure.

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    lovelueng

    3 years ago on Introduction

    Modem could not connect and disconnect frequently

    some times show USB not recognize.. then what can I do?

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    but that cable is new. I bought this 7 meter long from market and connect it with laptop usb but it frequently disconnected...

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    it is because there is no power on the cable, it is too long to get power over usb from a computer/laptop, try to use a usb power hub and will help. Anything over 5 m is losing signal.

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    This is for all the unlucky people still stuck on USB adapters. USB adapters have very low range antennas in them, and like mine just did not work well enought to stay connected. I researched , tested and released my own no power booster.

    The booster increased DB 2-3 which made my link work well enough to email and download. Works on any USB adapter including Wimax, LTE , 4G , 3G, even 2G .

    https://www.instructables.com/id/34-G-Wireless-Booster

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    gotwificowboyViuDo

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    I will have to test and see myself. I thought of that as well, but cell is much bigger and weighs too much.

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    gotwificowboy

    4 years ago on Step 6

    This will work with any wireless any "brand" and any frequency. Please post any mods or boosters you have made here !