Portable WiFi Range Extender

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Portable WiFi Range Extender

Kenneth Wieschhoff
I'm off on vacation at Christmas and will be staying at a place where WiFi is available, but it's at a neighbor's house a very short distance away.  I'd love to be able to use it but there's no power where I'd need to place it.  

Is there a device I can buy that is either battery operated or will run from a USB power source to accomplish this?


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Re: Portable WiFi Range Extender

Josh Centers
The product video for this battery-powered TP-Link router indicates that it can be used to extend a Wi-Fi network. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0088PPFP4/?tag=tidbitselectro00

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> On Jul 7, 2017, at 7:24 AM, Kenneth Wieschhoff <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> I'm off on vacation at Christmas and will be staying at a place where WiFi is available, but it's at a neighbor's house a very short distance away.  I'd love to be able to use it but there's no power where I'd need to place it.  
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> Is there a device I can buy that is either battery operated or will run from a USB power source to accomplish this?
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> Kenneth Wieschhoff
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