signal is a sequence of states in a communication system that encodes a message.

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Improve and boost the wifi connection to public hotspots

Are there software and/or hardware solutions that I could use to increase the wireless reception (to strengthen signal, reduce connection losses, etc.) to public hotspots? I use a Trendnet TEW-444UB ...
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Which Wifi Channel should I use? [closed]

Very confused. I'm using inSSiDer, WiFi Overview 360 and Wifi Analyzer apps to try to determine the best wifi channel to use. Assuming all channels are in use and there are about 20 different users ...
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Difference between shutdown ( power off ) and restart ( reboot )

What is Difference between shutdown (power off) and restart (reboot) ? What type of signals passing at time of reboot and poweroff, to where ? What is difference between these two signals ? At ...
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Using a Wi-Fi router as bridge to increase the signal?

A friend of mine lives in an appartment building whose structure is such that the Wi-Fi signal is very weak. Even a USB key won't work. I was thinking of buying an entry-level Wi-Fi router and ...
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Wifi poor SNR, reasons and solutions:

I'd like to know technically how to diagnose whats causing poor signals and how to improve: Now I have a D-Link DIR-655 and its signal level is set to full, but the router model should not be the ...
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Can I automatically connect to the strongest wifi network under Windows 7?

I have a Windows 7 laptop, and 2 wifi connections. Windows 7 allows me to specify a strict preference list of networks in the "Manage Wireless Networks" under the Network and Sharing Center. However, ...
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Wifi signal changes over time

I have a trouble about my wireless router signal. My laptop is 25-30 feet (~8 meters) away from the router. There are two walls between them. Windows reports signal strength is two bars, and inSSIDer ...