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Sunday, June 26, 2011

how to increase your wifi signal and also increase 2G/3G usb modem signal with videos

To determine the signal strength of your WiFi connection at any given point in time, you can use one or more of the following methods:
  • Operating system utility - Microsoft Windows (and other network operating systems) contain a built in utility to monitor wireless network connection status. In the Network Connections section of Control Panel, opening the Status window of the Wireless Network Connection icon reveals a Signal Strength meter. This meter shows up to five green bars representing the current strength on a quality scale from "Very Low" (1 bar) to "Excellent" (5 bars).
  • Wireless adapter utility - Some manufacturers of wireless network hardware and/or notebook computers (e.g., Linksys, IBM) provide software applications along with the hardware that also monitor wireless signal strength. These applications often report signal strength and quality based on a percentage from 0-100%.

    For example, a connection with an Excellent / 5 bars rating in Windows XP may show in IBM ThinkVantage Access Connections as Excellent with a percentage rating anywhere between 80-100%. These percentages are based on actual radio signal levels maintained by the wireless network adapter, in decibels (dB).
now how to increase your wifi signal or usb modems in very handy easy ways  see the videos below

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