|Let me clarify the situation. Maybe my intended solution was not the best one (To connect to campus LAN via wireless router).|
I'm living about 100 meters from campus. I want to connect to campus wireless internet. Im using an AMD Presario CQ-40 133AX laptop.
From my desk, I cannot connect to campus WLAN. However, if I stand by the window or balcony, I can get connected to campus LAN at one signal bar, which does not affect the surfing speed (High speed as usual). However, it does affect signal stability as it disconnects often.
My problem is I cant be standing at the window or balcony all the time. I need a way to connect to campus WLAN at my desk. What is the best way to do that ?
Will a USB wireless adapter hanging out of my window help ? As my laptop can connect with its built in wireless capabilities, I think USB wireless adapter should transmit more power and solve the signal stability problem ? Is this true ?
Does anyone have a better solution for my situation ?