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Poor wi-fi.. Cook up a better signal with a baking tray

 
 
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      8th Nov 2011
This piece from a well known Technologist and Engineers blog tickled me, but I can after some testing claim that it does actually work!

Made one of my 3g dongle signals go up by 1 bar.

So any of you out there with a weak signal get the oven off and get the tins around the router or dongle..

http://www.silicon.com/technology/ne...tray-39748171/

Love the 3rd comment down about the iTray idea...

 



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      8th Nov 2011
Great article.

It's nice to see cutting edge technology at work.

 
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