Today I will show you how to increase your WiFi reception simply by using simple items that we all have at home. It will not be the best looking tool but it will do what it was intended to do. Which ever direction you point this THING..you will certainly see new WiFi signals you have never seen before and not to say that it will increase the reception in your own WiFi. Has to point in its direction. I have taken pictures of the process in creating this “tool”. NOTE: Measurements are approximate, NOT 100% exact due to the difference between Inches and Centimeters. I did use a converter but I’m not going to type 12.97 cm. So I’ll type 13 instead. Items Needed: Piece of cardboard 12 inch Height X 15 inch Wide (30cm X 38cm) Aluminum Foil Paper 11 inch Height X 15 inch Wide(about 28cm X 38cm) Glue/Adhesive (I used spray adhesive..easier to apply and not as messy) Stapler with staples 1) 1 ½ inch or 4 cm. from the bottom draw a horizontal line from point A to point B 2) Now draw vertical lines as shown in point C to D…lines will be about 3cm. or 1 ¼ inch apart 3) From the line that was drawn horizontally from point A to B you in the first image you are going to fold upwards 4) Now cut flaps in every line that was drawn from point C to D in the first image 5) In image 3 from point A to B you will fold inwards in the same direction you cut the flaps 6)Apply adhesive/glue to cardboard. Bond Aluminum foil to cardboard (shiny side up) 7)Fold inwards to form and shape a half circle. From end to end it should be 8 inches or 20cm. Staple. 8)Finally, place adapter and cardboard on flat surface. On the bottom rear of the cardboard ,in the center mark and punch a hole the size of the the part where the antenna screws into. And screw the antenna in. So final result should like something like this: For best results place at at height of about 5 feet or 1.52 meters. It will now be much easier to associate and crack AP’s that are far in distance. Look at the images without and with the project we just created. See the difference in the numbers and APs detected? Again, its not the best looking reception dish but it works super good for me.