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Depends on what you already tried. If nothing, and you have a notebook, then the first step would be getting a cheap USB wifi dongle with a short 1/4 dipole antenna. This is 100% legal (unless you buy an uncertified third country cheap knock-off with a lot of interference...) and this alone makes quite a difference compared to the built in wifi adapter. And ...


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This question is off-topic, but it's an easy one to answer. (See below for why it's off-topic.) This is probably illegal. All WiFi devices are type-approved. In the US this approval is by the FCC and the equipment will have the FCC logo on it; in the EU, devices will have a CE mark. In the UK post-Brexit I have no idea what the current situation is, but ...


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It Is quite possibly illegal. Actually amplifying your router or extender wireless signal to extend its reach runs the risk of being illegal in many countries. Any wireless device sold in a country with such laws must be approved in accordance with the local legislation. In the USA it is the FCC.


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