Wireless home networks that functions on the 2.4GHz wavelength can lose signal strength when the antenna on the device linking to the network is out of the set range. You can make an external 2.4 GHz WiFi antenna cable to boost the reception range of a wireless device that is annoying to obtain the network's signal.
• Place a sheet of newspaper on a table. Stand the unfilled soda can on the sheet of newspaper with the top facing up. Cut off the top of the soda can with the metal shears.
• Put two drops of dishwashing liquid into the soda can. Clean out the soda can with water in the sink. Dry off the inside of the soda can with a paper towel. Allow the soda can waterless overnight
• Calculate two inches up from the base of the soda can. Hit a nail into the side of the soda can at the two inch mark with the hammer. Stop hammering when half of the nail has been hammered into the side of the soda can.
• Slash a 6 inch piece of copper wire with the wire cutters. Enfold one end of the copper wire around the nail. Hammer the nail all the way into the side of the soda can.
• Cut off both ends of the coaxial wire with the wire cutters. Strip off two inches of the outer cover from both ends of the coaxial wire. Strip off a half inch of insulation as of the middle wire at both ends of the coaxial cable.
• Fuse the end of the copper wire to the uninsulated end of the middle wire at single end of the coaxial wire. Cover electrician's tape around the end of the copper wire.
• Allow the fuse cool for 60 seconds.
• Fuse the uncovered inner sheath at the end of the coaxial wire where the copper wire has been soldered to the side of the soda can next to the hammered in nail. Allow the solder cool for a minute.
• Solder the uninsulated end of the middle wire at the other end of the coaxial wire keen on the middle hole in the pigtail N connector.
• Solder the uncovered internal sheath to the ring nearby the middle hole on the pigtail N connector. Allow the solder to get cool.
• Cover electrician's tape around the internal sheath where it links the ring surrounding the middle hole.
• Plug the antenna connector on the pigtail N connector to the antenna contribution on the wireless device to use the 2.4GHz antenna cable that you have made.