Chicken wire blocking WiFi signals in older homes

The Wall Street Journal reports that chicken wire used inside old plaster walls of older homes in the Bay Area is causing problems for WiFi usage. The chicken wire evidently creates a particularly powerful metal shield as the wires are the perfect size to catch frequencies generated by a 2.4 GHz WiFi network. Article

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