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The location of a Wi-Fi antenna has a direct impact on how effectively it is able to receive a wireless signal from a faraway location. It is possible to pick up Wi-Fi broadcasts from many blocks away using an outdoor Wi-Fi antenna. If the outdoor Wi-Fi antenna is to be utilised reliably over time, it must be correctly linked to the router that is being used with the wireless home network that is being used. For this technique, you will need a few ordinary home tools, as well as materials from a hardware store and an electronics store, among other things.
To seal the hole where the coaxial wire passes through, apply silicone paste around the exterior of the hole. Apply silicone paste all the way around the interior of the hole, including the rim. Allow for a minimum of four hours for the silicone paste to cure before reapplying the silicone paste.
Plug the USB male end of the USB-to-coax adapter into the connection on the USB Wi-Fi adapter that is being used to acquire the Wi-Fi signals for the antenna. Screw an end of the coaxial cable onto the female coax end of the USB-to-coax adapter.
Aply silicone paste around the seam where the coaxial cable screws onto the female coax end of the USB-to-coax adapter — this will provide weatherproof protection.
Apply silicone paste around the USB male end of the USB-to-coax adapter where it meets the female end of the USB Wi-Fi adapter. Let the silicone paste set for two hours before continuing.
Run the coaxial cable to the baseboard of the outside wall of the house. Drill a hole in the baseboard with the portable drill. Push the free end of the coaxial cable through the hole in the baseboard.
Run the coaxial cable along the baseboard of the wall until you reach the router. Hammer nail “U” clamps into the baseboard at regular intervals to circle and hold the coaxial cable in position.’
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Screw the free end of the coaxial cable into the female coax end of the coax-to-USB adapter. Plug the USB end of the coax-to-USB adapter into the USB antenna port on the back of the router.
Apply silicone paste around the outside of the hole where the coaxial cable goes through. Apply silicone paste around the inside of the hole as well. Let the silicone paste set for at least four hours before reapplying the paste again.