Wednesday, 21 September 2016

How to boost 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi signals

In this video I will you how to boost 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi signals employing an incredibly simple method. 
This method attracted me by its reliability and availability. It's a home made antenna with a reflector- BI-Quad antenna Charchenko. with the help of this antenna you can significantly increase both its reception and its propagation of radio waves. Its assembling is quiet simple. We need a 2-3 thick copper wire, a high quality cable with 50 Оhm wave resistance and a metal-clad glass textolit as a reflector, a paper-based laminate or at least a sheet of metal. The process of making is really easy. You need to take a wire to bend an antenna into the shape of an octangle and to solder a wire to it. You need to find an antenna on a modem or a router and if the antenna you find is a built-in antenna, you will need to cut if out and after soldering all parts to solder a wire instead. The results we got are far beyond what we expected. The 3G modem speed increased from 0.6 to 16 megabytes. Speaking about the router its amplification factor increased from to 8 Db. The reception of our cell phone increased as well. We could use Wi-Fi when we were 300 meters away from the house.

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