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 What type of signal does a wireless network router send?

Answer A wireless router uses radio frequency to send signals in order to transport information between computers. This is the same type of signal that is used for cordless phones and microwaves.Source:Mi... Read More »
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Can I set my wireless router NOT to send out a signal?

On that router, once you logged into the router, go to the wireless tab, which brings up the basic wireless settings. Under the Wireless Network Mode, select Disable. This will disable the wireless... Read More »
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Can you have a wireless router send a signal of internet to another computer that is about 2 streets away?

well if you have some money, yes this can happen. This is actually an antena that you can hook up that some business's use to use for their outdoor "courtyards" ie.. college's. Check it out. on top... Read More »
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Does a wireless router affect an Internet signal?

Wireless routers can affect the strength of the Internet signal you are receiving. For example, an Internet signal becomes weaker as the distance between a computer and wireless router increases.Re... Read More »
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Can I get ethernet service from a wireless signal through a wireless router?

No. Your spare wireless router will only transmit the network connection, it won't receive a network signal and send it back out through the wired ports... you would need an access point device to ... Read More »
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