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I wouldn't say it isn't true as such, I think it comes down to the environment your router is in and the craftsmanship of the person holding the foil.Se7ev wrote:I'd say that isn't true.
Wait, so should I give it a try and risk looking like more of an idiot than I already am, or should I keep pestering you folks with questions? I'm confused.Bonzer wrote:It's partly true. Some people place metallic whisks (one that is used in a kitchen) over their routers' antenna and it gives them more range and better bandwidth. Basically, such whisks or foils prevent the wireless signal from scattering away.
This made me smile (in the good sense:)). Because when I read it made me remember an episode of Mythbusters (you know wich series is this?) where they busted that myth. So I don't think it works, they tried and the results didn't support the theory :p so it's Busted ahahJohn Donovan wrote:This has been roaming the Internet for a few years now, but I've heard that if you place an aluminum foil in a specific direction over your router, you can boost your signal in said direction. Now, before acting silly in front of my family, I'd really appreciate it if any of you could confirm or deny that myth.
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