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I have a wireless connection at my work. I get 2 bars out of the total 4 from the airport connection. However, when I move around or do a dance :rolleyes: i lose the reception. anyhow, i was wondering if i could use something as a relay. i think someone called it a repeater? so that it'll boost up the signal possibly even down the hallway? anyhow, i don't really have access to the modem itself since it's in the boss' office. but yah... i guess i could if i asked. anyhow... thanks for the help..

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Get Airport Express...
It's quite tiny, and works pretty well as repeater.
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