DIY – How to boost your wifi signal


Check out this cool video on how to boost your wireless network signal using your cellphone and some LAN wires.


10 Responses to DIY – How to boost your wifi signal

  1. Roger says:

    Wow, those are ingenious methods of increasing wireless signals. I might try the cellphone one at work tomorrow.

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  2. garrett says:

    This is quite fake. Nothing shown in this video makes any sense from an RF standpoint. Especially the bowl; if it had any effect it would actually reduce the number of visible networks.

  3. syzygy says:

    I’m quite sure this will not work, as garrett said, due to electromagnetic fields not quite working the way depicted in the video. Looking around the Infinite Solutions website (, its not too hard to see that a lot of the video are jokes (ie: “its called electrical tape because it conducts!”). I must admit, some of the videos are rather humorous if you know what he is referring to.

  4. max says:

    Yeah, maybe we let this one go as a joke…maybe they will start making stuff that actually work…

  5. paul says:

    i tryed this myself because i was looking for a quick fix and i didnt want to go out and spend more money…. it didnt work, i tryed it with differeent phones and different network cables, its just a joke. i first found this clip on you tube and if its on there iit must be a joke

  6. John says:

    You must be pretty stupid if you really think this will work!!

  7. David says:

    Ha..I don’t think it will work.. Here are some ways to boost wireless signal and coverage I found.

  8. Izl says:

    aw would be cool if it was real

  9. Carls says:

    The opening graphics and music should tell you it’s a joke. It would take some deliberation to create an intro like that in a time when flat panel monitors exist.

  10. zac link says:

    wow! what a genius idea. next i suppose you could show me how to make a guinea pig fart fire.

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