I have a customer that wants to extend his wireless signal from his home out to his machine shed. The machine shed is a good 300 feet from his home. He does not want to run a cable as he would have to bury it under his drive-way. How is the best way to get a good wireless signal to the shed?
The problems with extending the network wirelessly include signal degradation due to vegetation, weather, dust, and other external factors, interference from other radio sources and any electrical devices
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