Can the wi-fi signal to penetrate 4 walls of the capital?

Can the wi-fi signal to penetrate 4 walls of the capital in a brick house, if to use directional antennas (12-16dB) and access points on the ground? Situation: in a separate building you need Internet, good cable Internet is in a residential five-story building across the street. The connection is possible only in the depths of the building, the apartment, the Windows of which, alas, out on the opposite side. To traverse the cable is not possible, for objective reasons, to make the antenna on the wall of the house — no (you want to hide the existence of a high-speed connection in the building). Distance from the structure to the brick building — 70 metres, the signal path inside the house is 15-20 meters, of which at least 3 main walls and 1-2 interior. As the antennas are supposed to use something like D-Link ANT24-1201, as points wi-fi routers, model not decided, I hope for good advice. Just want to find out whether it is shooting cannons at mosquitoes, perhaps someone has experience in such situations a cheaper and simple antennas and routers.
October 8th 19 at 01:38
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October 8th 19 at 01:40
>you can take the antenna on the wall of the house — no (you want to hide the existence of a high-speed connection in the building)
external antenna at the focus of parabola "rainbow TV/tricolor/NTV+" does not help?
in a separate building a loft there?
in QnA already flew a similar problem
give a link to the Wikimania chtoli... - Lowell.Adams15 commented on October 8th 19 at 01:43
Meant the wall of a residential building. Yes, if the attic, etc., issues with equipment placement in the building no - ettie58 commented on October 8th 19 at 01:46
October 8th 19 at 01:42
I think you will see the network, but to connect to it can not, if you simply direct the antenna on the wall. Near buildings there yet? We need to make sure that the signal is reflected from other buildings and joined you on the other point as well.
Alas, no - Lowell.Adams15 commented on October 8th 19 at 01:45
October 8th 19 at 01:44
No, you can't even point you will not see, proven unfortunately on his own experience and with fewer walls.
You also had a brick, not concrete? - Lowell.Adams15 commented on October 8th 19 at 01:47
And brick and RC, but RC did not work - ettie58 commented on October 8th 19 at 01:50
October 8th 19 at 01:46
If openings in the main wall on the way there is no signal, it is impossible.

In fact, in my organization by using a directional antenna somehow penetrated 2 walls and one recess 20, see (a bricked up window).
October 8th 19 at 01:48
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October 8th 19 at 01:50
on the outer wall of the house hung the antenna in an opaque plastic housing and the wires to the apartment. the second side is also done. get 2 antennas, one in front of the other and no one knows this antenna.
October 8th 19 at 01:52
it may even have been able. I have Asus Wl-500gP V2. punches through 3 walls plus 30 metres of these walls rendered the house there is a distinct signal was tested on xperia x10, HP touchpad, galaxy gt. the walls of the capital, nearly 1.5 meters thick brick the folds of each wall. although 70 meters of course in question PLU road, a lot of third-party interference. even if you get the signal, it will very often disappear
*made=out (something Android is not the word framed) - Lowell.Adams15 commented on October 8th 19 at 01:55
and no external antenna, all native from the router - ettie58 commented on October 8th 19 at 01:58
October 8th 19 at 01:54
Cheap directional antennas craftsmen made from tin coffee cans. Know the case of 10 megabits 5km (rewrite + setting the high signal strength). Only now, after the neighbors to let this signal I'd be careful...

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