I have a charity who have two adjacent medium sized modern detached houses (in the UK): the buildings stand next to each other and are less than 5 metres apart. They have DSL connected to a single computer in one of the buildings. They want to add a network with wireless, and want it to work across both buildings. Being a charity they need to keep costs down.
Please Help! I recently purchased a refurbished Straight Talk Samsung Galaxy S3. I have no signal in buildings. When outside at my home I have very little (1 bar) signal. I also only have 3G in my area, but do have 4G other places. My friend has the same phone and the same carrier and has no problems at all with signal strength.
On my N5, it is telling me time without signal has been about 30% over the last six hours. However, when I look at the battery graph, the signal indicator is almost fully yellow, with only a hair thin bit of red, and a little green.
I usually get an LTE signal of one to two bars. Around 98 to 110 dBm and 30 to 40 asu. 3G is usually around three or four bars. 85 to 100 dBm and around 10 asu.
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I have a set up where my Cisco ASA is sitting in one facility, providing access to the Internet for two buildings. The two buildings are geographically separated by a Wireless Bridge spanning about 10 miles. All computers and equipment inside the LAN are on the same subnet (its pretty small) and we have WiFi AP's in both locations providing Wired and Wireless access to the LAN.