Weekend project: Use an old radio as a Wi-Fi repeater

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Jan 26 2012 - 8:00am

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A "vintage" 1980s radioLifehacker recently highlighted a DIY project that involves converting an old 1980s radio into a Wi-Fi repeater.

The result is a strogner Wi-Fi signal in your house, and you can still apparently use the radio!

"What's really cool is that in [this project], you don't even need to break the radio to put it all together--it's still completely functional after the process is complete," writes Lifehacker. You can find out more here.

 

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