How would you like to shoot wi-fi signals with your personal wi-fi rifle? Or even better: where would you like to aim wi-fi at?
What I’m about to reveal to you is a powerful tool packed with advantages. Sounds like a toy for those who are tech-savvy, when in fact it’s designed for people of mostly all ages.
If you enjoy DIY tutorials and you are someone who gets things done, then you’ll definitely not want to miss on this one.
Of course, you can always spend a few hundred dollars on a similar device on Amazon, but it won’t be as customizable as this one. Not to mention it’s dirt cheap to make.
Plus, you’ll reach the same distance efficiency, if not better, and a wholesome feeling for doing it yourself.
Before proceeding with this tutorial, let’s have a look at some of the benefits of the so called “wi-fi rifle:”
- You’ll enjoy the benefits of your personal router, or a friend’s, although you’ll be miles away from that spot.
- You’ll cast internet signal from a distance, and to wherever you want, as long as there is a receiver at the other end.
- It’s portable and you can carry it wherever you go.
- It’s compact so you won’t have to worry about freeing up additional space.
- It’s so fun to piece together and see it in action!
Additionally, the materials used in the construction of the wi-fi gun are really inexpensive.
For example, the metal sheets required for the device’s body can be made of any metal.
You won’t need any sophisticated tools either. So starting this project is really a breeze if you have already completed other DIYs.
And you won’t believe how far you can track a signal!
During the distance tests, the wi-fi rifle was able to intercept wi-fi signal up to two miles away (3.3 km).
The speed was also impressive, reaching almost 10 mbs at this far away range.
At about 5.6 miles away (9.2 km) from the test house, while in another village, the wi-fi rifle could still pick up the signal and offer free internet data at close to 3 mbs.
Now, tell me this isn’t a great addition to your panel of nifty DIY projects?
Your own techy wi-fi rifle could be hours away, if you decide to initiate the project now.
If not, plan it for one of those autumn weekends when the weather is not in the mood.