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What is the orientation for best wifi reception?

edited November 2012 in Miscellaneous Vote Up0Vote Down
I'm trying to attach my twine to a mailbox door but when I cover it with tape I think it reduces the wifi signal strength too much so it can't send its text message.

Is there a certain orientation that works best, or is there a part of twine that shouldn't be covered to ensure the best signal strength?

Any suggestions would be great.



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  • If you're not using metal tape it shouldn't affect things too much. If you're sticking Twine in a metal mailbox, that would contribute to the problem. The antenna is along the back edge (where the ports are), so keeping that side away from obstructions would help.
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