Each device is a little different, but in general you first need to connect your Super WiFi Booster to your home Wi-Fi network. Many boosters use Wi-Fi Protected Setup or WPS to make this step easy. Once it’s connected, you can move it to a space about halfway between your Wi-Fi router and your dead zone to boost your coverage. Note that while Wi-Fi extenders or repeaters are sometimes referred to as Wi-Fi "amplifiers", there is no actual amplification of signal strength involved.
Staying connected in your RV is possible with the Winegard ConnecT 2.0. It has three high-gain Wi-Fi antennas to pick up and boost signals from up to 1.5 miles away, so you can get Wi-Fi even when you’re on the opposite side of the RV park from the front office. The NETGEAR EX2700 Wi-Fi extender is an inexpensive fix if you’re trying to get your Wi-Fi network into that one dead zone at the corner of your house. It’s a pretty simple device with a simple setup to go with it, but it can get the job done. If no results display, then there may be a problem with your WiFi extender connection to your modem, or your WiFi extender may be faulty.
Other materials, including glass, wood, plastics, foam, and cardboard, can also disrupt a WiFi signal but their influence of WiFi signal strength tends to less severe. Keep in mind that many buildings use metal studs for the particle board mounting, and placing your router close to them would be a bad idea. When in doubt, use a handheld stud finder or at least a stud finder app on your smartphone. To start with, you want to avoid placing your router close to metal objects and appliances that emit electromagnetic waves. Metal is the top disrupter of a WiFi signal, and its presence close to a WiFi router can easily create a large dead zone.
Don’t think that your neighbors won’t use your WiFi network just because they have their own — they will. It’s not that manufacturers want to save every cent they can, but powerful WiFi antennas tend to be hideously large. Compared to the antenna that came with your router, which probably is just a few inches tall and has around 4 dB gain, a 10-dB antenna can be anywhere between 10 to 15 inches tall. Wait until your router finds and installs the latest firmware. If it takes a long time and your router appears to be unresponsive, give it a few more minutes before you disconnect the router from power and turn it on again.