Use a Directional Antenna with ESP8266-Based Board [Tutorial]

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How to Fix a D1 Mini Pro for External Antenna Use
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Cyber Weapons Lab, Episode 213

Directional antennas are a great way to put all of your Wi-Fi power in one direction, and they’re useful for long distances or hunting down the source of a Wi-Fi signal. Unfortunately, using the antenna connector on the ESP8266 to add an antenna of our choice involves changing a resistor on the device. We’ll show how to do this so you can add your own antenna to a D1 Mini Pro with an antenna connector!

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