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Default easily boosting range of wireless outdoor thermometer?

I have a cheap Accurite wireless thermometer from Walmart. Is there any
easy way to boost the range? I tried lengthening the short wire antenna
inside the indoor receiver, but this didn't help. Maybe I should have
lengthened the sensor antenna as well?

Any thoughts would be appreciated. Right now, I'd say the unit has about a
30-50' range and I'd like to double that if possible.

Thanks,
Jack



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