How to Make a satellite dish Wi-Fi antenna for free internet
Need internet but don’t want to pay? Well, try lusting of those around you by picking up their Wi-Fi signal. Live out in the boondocks? No problem… if you have an old satellite dish laying around.
Watch this video tutorial to hack you way into free internet. See how to make a satellite dish Wi-Fi antenna for free internet. This is a super-powered Wi-Fi antenna with 32db for long range. It’s just what you need to mooch of your neighbors internet.
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it is for a cell phone works of micro waves in the air from on antenna to another and these micro waves knock down your reception on anything sitting on earth for the routers that are on the market will you boost a signal in home rang and if you live in the boondocks it will only boost what you have in your home for if you monkey off someone else’s internet service you are slow theirs down and they are going to lock you out .
i don’t think this real..
this is True dude. Its actually based on “WOKtenna”. You use a cooking Wok, stick a USB WiFi dongle in the center, and run the USB cable over to your PC/Mac. I used this method like 10 years ago. The only difference is this guy uses and actual SAT dish, but a good ol’ cooking Wok will work fine too. Search “woktenna” in YT and you’ll see what I mean.
I learned it by watching some Aussie dudes. Laptop + Woktenna and they could pick up WiFis over 3 MILES away across a river! They where up on a Hill tho. The higher you go the more WiFi you will receive. Its very simple a 10 year old can do it.
Oh its definately real but I mean its just another twist on a basic range extender. Increase the range and look for open signals.
This is BS, a WiFi signal can only be generated a certain distance. If you aren’t in that range you cant pick it up period. A dish focuses a signal to a set point (which is farther away from the dish than the antenna used in this video is). Those signals it focuses are already there being transmitted through the air covering the globe. About the only thing this would be good for is you put the hole up to your ear and it might let you hear things a little farther away.
Would the sound not already have to be there for you to hear it? If this can extend the range you can hear, why can’t it work on wifi signals?