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killerost

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Will an external antenna improve the wlan range on my Qtek 8300? Or will this only improve the standard antenna signal?

Is there any other way to improve the wlan connectivity?

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Will an external antenna improve the wlan range on my Qtek 8300? Or will this only improve the standard antenna signal?

Is there any other way to improve the wlan connectivity?

I'm sure if you hooked a bigger antenna up it would have better connectivity but it would look downright silly.

And it wouldnt be easy to do.

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I was thinking of using the external antenna adapter on the back of the phone. Is this for GSM 900/1800MHz signal only or will this help wlan as well?

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im sure that its a different antenna. you would have to disassemble the phone and check where the antenna is.

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im sure that its a different antenna. you would have to disassemble the phone and check where the antenna is.


Btw, how do we remove that rubber cab that covers the external antenna, I don't seem to be able to remove it

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I have taken my phone apart and when i did that the rubber thing just fell off. So with a small tong I think you can get it away!

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