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However, those who live in the interior, rural or highly congested areas often complain about low internet frequency in spite of using high data packages.
If we take a look to resolve this, there are several branded or non-branded boosters are available. But the main problem for using them is they are quite expensive.
So, we have brought you an easy way to create your own booster using your household and kitchen things. How? Take a look!
Step 1. Things You Require
Get into your kitchen, take a metal sieve (the ones we use for making tea) and an aluminum foil. You also need a small camera tripod, and one USB extension cable (male to female).
Step 2. Make a Hole in the Bottom of Sieve
Now with a cutter make a slit at the bottom of the sieve so that you can fit your USB extension cable.
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Step 3. Connect the USB with Computer with USB Extension
Next, connect the 3G Dongle to this USB extension cable with your computer or laptop and mount it on a mini camera tripod that will work as a stand.
Step 4. Wrap the Sieve with Aluminum Foil
Now, completely wrap the sides of the sieve with aluminum foil. Now it'll look like a mini satellite dish antenna.
That's all you need to do. Move the position of the sieve until you get a good signal. The total project will cost you maximum Rs. 150. This homemade project also works for 4G LTE dongles because the same principle applies there.
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