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Syd, I am sure that this could be of use to some folk, but note that it only works on "b" and "g" Wi-Fi. If you have a newer "n" setup, it will not work at all and would probably be unnecessary anyway, due to the greater range and power output of "n".


A simple and very cheap alternative is to make a parabolic reflector for your existing Wi-Fi aerial out of a takeaway carton lid or similar. I have done this and it works well, see:


http://binarywolf.com/249/diy-parabolic-reflector.htm for full details of the one that I made.


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