DIY How to Extend Bluetooth Range

Are you bothered by short rrange of your Bluetooth device? You want to put your A2DP adapters and roam around in the neighbourhood while streaming music from laptop? This DIY might be for you.

With a bit geeky Bluetooth mod, you can replace the antenna on a Linksys USBBT100 USB Bluetooth adapter with a larger one, and extend its range by up to a mile. Looks pretty good, and ubelievable?

Just as a flashlight’s reflector focuses a small bulb’s light to make it appear brighter, the right antenna can boost a weak wireless signal.

Follow the guide.

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  • djrocker

    is this true maybe up to 1mile ?
    that wood be awesome because i made a listening&Recording Bug From A Samsung Bluetooth HeadSet I Removed The Speaker Save’s Battery Life And Removed The Old Mic And Put A High Performance Microphone That Has awesome High Quality It Works Great Can Hear From Fear Away. So If I Make A Bluetooth USB Receiver Like Your’s Then I Can Be Fear Away From The Bug And Still Be Able To Record And Listen At The Same Time

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