Guide increasing WiFi signal in TV Sticks

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  1. Ar.Pars

    Ar.Pars Member

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    i have 2 WiFi antenna which can i use as WiFi antenna in TV/Bluetooth/WiFi Sticks to improve the signal .
    my 2 antennas belong to my ASUS WiFi PCI Card but i dont need them .

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    **** 1. cut the connector to get a naked cable
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    **** 2. you'll have a naked cable like this (after cutting)
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    **** 3.then connect(solder) the ANT to ANT on Stick and the same with GND
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    **** 4.you should use 2 antenna if you have double WiFi module or WiFi+Bluetooth


    **** 5.then take the rest of the Cable out of Stick (something like that );)
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    **** 6.you can also use some Antennas like these
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    # the Antenna must be 2.4 GHz and NOT 5 GHz
    # you should cover the connected(soldered) area on board and whole naked area with glue and then carefully with aluminum foil (take care that aluminum foil doesn't touch anything on the board except the glue) .this decrease signal interference .the whole cable must never be naked and soldered area must be covered.
    # if some pics are small and not big enough to see the details then pls click on it or save the pic and zoom on it manually .

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    here 2 videos to understand it better ;)
    (these are Bluetooth sticks but its exactly the same principle for android TV sticks)




     
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    This is the professional way, look my guide at the mk 808b this also works the simple way. No need for two antennas. Also a single cable works fine for that. But nice guide, I have to say, hope we will see more from you, so that I'm not the only one which does some guides and reviews.

    You used my picture as well to show ant and gnd. ;)

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    i saw it. simple and effective ;)
    can you pls upload some high res. pics from your bridged pins or current WiFi antennas status ?
     
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    Go to the gallery, I have uploaded some pictures to my gallery.

    No need to bridge something. Simply use the antenna pin without nothing and try it. My router is about 5 meters away. But the signal increases from 2 to 4 bars for me. But I'm using Ethernet do no need for Wi-Fi. Everything is again original.

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