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Wi-Fi problems? You can boost signals with this $35 tinfoil 3D-printed reflector

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Researchers have created a cheap way to boost and secure your Wi-Fi network.

'With a simple investment of about $35 and specifying coverage requirements, a wireless reflector can be custom-built to outperform antennae that cost thousands of dollars,' said Xia Zhou, an assistant professor of computer science at Dartmouth.

The work builds on past experiments that have used a soda can behind a router's antenna to act as a reflector that boosts bandwidth by targeting a Wi-Fi signal in one direction

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