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How to Build Your Own Internet
Satellite Receiver
Contributing Writer
Be connected on the go.
Rural or remote locations pose
problems for people who depend on the
Internet to conduct business or
communicate with the rest of the world.
If you are out stargazing in the middle
of the desert and you need to check in
with the office about a big proposal, you
may have to rely on satellite Internet.
Fortunately, you won't have to hike
around trying to find a provider. You
can build your own simple Internet
satellite receiver in just a few hours
from materials that are readily
available.
Things You'll Need:
Strainer with handle(s)
Half-inch drill bit
Marker, USB connector, USB cable, Glue, Wi-Fi adapter, Tripod
Instructions
1. Find a stainless steel strainer, a
small wok or a stainless scooper
of an approximate diameter of
12-to-16 inches with handle(s).
Use this utensil as the basis of
the Internet satellite receiver.
2. Employ a half-inch drill bit to drill
through a hole right in the center
of your container. Ensure that the
hole you drill is large enough to
accommodate a USB connector
head inside. Using a marker
trace the outline of your USB's
hook-up head. Providing your
USB connector a comfortable
enough position and keeping it
intact is significant for your
project to be successful.
3. Insert a USB cable through the
hole you have drilled in your
strainer's bottom.
4. Apply glue all around the opening
neck of your USB. Secure and
seal it all around the hole so that
it's in a sound and stable
position.
5. Position the other end of your
USB cable within the USB hub of
your laptop.
6. Establish a link using the USB Wi-
Fi Adapter or a Wireless Network
Adapter.
7. Place your tripod on a flat piece
of land and ensure that it is well
balanced. Link your satellite dish
to your tripod with the help of
duct tape, clamp or zip ties. You
can catch a better signal with the
tripod than if you kept your
laptop on your lap.
8. Adjust the position of your dish
by keeping it at a 30 degree
angle, pointing toward a direction
free of trees, tall buildings or
mountains that might block your
Internet signals. Adjusting the
angle of your dish by tilting it
back and forth to receive the best
signal.
Tips & Warnings
Don't place the dish directly beneath
the sun as the heat can cause
serious damage to your USB.
Apply duct tape to your satellite dish
handle and wrap cellophane all
around your USB connector and
USB Wi-Fi.
 
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