Can anybody explain a bit more about how this works?? I see that everyone seems to like it but I can't understand how connecting to a very weak signal and then magnifying that signal to have an extended reach makes communication back to the origination point any faster or stronger. I have WiFi extenders at my house, but I place them where they still have a strong signal from the original access point and they simply expand the coverage area. In other words, if you only have a single bar of reception at your campsite, then the receiver for this device is only connecting to the main network through that signal. Your devices may show 5 bars or whatever in their connection to the receiver, but it's still working backwards with only a single bar. Just need some help understanding what it's doing for you. Thanks.
2015 Legacy SR340 360RB
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