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It's not a practical joke! "WokFi" antenna certainly work (ahem- wok?!)well,with even simple setups like this doubling range. For in depth insights & field tests see the mad Kiwi "poor man's" site => www.usbwifi.orcon.net.nz


Warning! Nitpick ahead!
In the video (database loading) cookware is spelled 'cookwear'. As in something you wear. Party wear. Swim wear. etc.


Not really that good of a demo. Yeah, the project was completed in 5 minutes, but no demo! And for optimal reception you're going to want to have the antenna at the focal center of the parabola. How do you figger that one out? I know but I'm not telling (haha)


Hey Joe,

Guess thats why it's Popular Science and not Popular Spelling. :)

Some Guy

this project reminds me of a similar-looking wifi hack: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LY8Wi7XRXCA

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Thanks for this nice article. Wi-Fi is technology is very good and easy to use. Mostly people are trying to use that. And for the convenience of people wi-fi antennas are available in different sizes and shapes. These antennas are made to boost the strength of Wi-Fi signal. For the different types of Wi-Fi antennas you can check http://www.mobilemark.com , it will help you for sure.

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