Wanting to increase the range of your WiFi signal is almost like a rhetorical question for all those technology enthusiasts out there. The WiFi antenna made out of a tin can is quite impressive! You don’t have to be a geek to realize that having the freedom to access the Internet from outside the room you have your wireless network equipment installed is something you do want. And With a clever design that costs maximum $5 one might wonder why you don’t see this device on every person or home. Not to mention it helps the environment by reusing a tin can that you would have thrown away anyhow. The project doesn’t require an electrical engineer on standby, as the tutorial provided clearly explains all the steps involved. Just make sure you have a can, 4 small nuts and bolts, a N-Female chassis mount connector and some thick wire, follow the photo instructions and your WiFi antenna will be ready in no time.
How To Build A Tin Can Waveguide WiFi Antenna – Instructions