Save money and reap the rewards of a stronger signal and longer range with this diy wi-fi antenna from re purposed satellite dish tutorial. These days WiFi hot spots are popping up all over town where you live and you may not be aware of it.
This is especially true if you live in or around a bigger city. If you could connect to one of the free WiFi hot spots you would be able to save a whole lot of money on your household Internet access bill. This DIY project was designed to introduce the reader to a way to turn an old satellite dish into a WiFi signal receiver. You will need a satellite dish and a wireless USB wi-fi adapter to complete this antenna.
This tutorial to save you money is from Techwalla. The creator of the article came up with a very unique use for an old satellite dish that is extremely useful for people today. It is written and presented in a way that makes it really easy to read and to follow and it doesn’t take a whole lot of DIY skills to do it.
Benefits of reading the DIY Wi-Fi Antenna From Re purposed Satellite Dish
Locate nearby WiFi hot spots in your local area to connect to the Internet.
The project describes the materials, supplies and tools you will need to have on hand.
It also includes an easy to read and follow step by step instruction guide on how to do it.
This looks like a super easy re purpose and worth
the effort for the benefits.
And here Thanks to Citamrac (one of our viewers) you can see more detail on building one.
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