I have a coax network that goes to different rooms, and I've succeeded in running wifi signals from our router through the network to get reception in each room by putting antennas on the coax ports. It's not very strong if I connect it to more than 2 rooms, so I need an amplifier.
The question is, would the amplifier work if I put it right in front of the router? That means that incoming signals would not be amplified until right before the router (useless), but DO incoming signals NEED to be amplified? Or do I need an amplifier right before the antenna so incoming signals are amplified before they enter the coax? Either way, outgoing signal would be amplified.