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So you can purchase a pretty powerful wifi antenna for $50. To make it waterproof would cost you upwards of $500 and force you to go looking for questionable suppliers.

What material can you use to waterproof a wifi antenna, without hindering any of it's radio strength?

Would PVC work?

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Buy one that is already waterproof. IP65 for example.

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