PROTOCON | WIRELESS KIT
2018 Concept Design | Jason Luo
This is a concept inspired by mini WiFi amplifiers.
The aim of this project is trying to improve the efficiency of signal transmission indoor,
by re-identifying functions between routers, antennas, receivers and amplifiers.
Wireless technique is highly applied for information transmission since the growth rate of I.O.T. and smart device market is far beyond traditional Ethernet cable based devices. A stable WiFi signal is essential for ensuring Internet service quality. However, interior environment is unfavorable for wireless transmission as the signal can be easily interfered or blocked by walls. This causes WiFi dead spots as it can't fully cover interior space.
WiFi dead spot
Picture from Unsplash | Photo by Bagus Hernawan
Protocon Wireless kit possesses a set of chips embedded and USB port based antenna, which is a detachable signal processor. The antennas have the abilities to deliver, receive and amplify WiFi signal independently. They would automatically detect their status and situation depending on connected devices, and activate corresponding functions to coordinate with paired router and then optimize WiFi signal quality.
The antennas provide their typical functions while plugged on router.
If the antennas are plugged on wall sockets or portable power banks which supply pure electronic power. The antennas would change their mode, serving as an amplifier, which receive existed WiFi signal from router, and transmit a boosted one to other wireless devices, effectively extending the coverage area of WiFi network, reaching far corners of home, office and different floors.
While the antenna is connecting with laptop, they'll replace the built-in one and establish a stronger and more stable wireless connection.
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