How to build a Wi-Fi Extender?

Hi Everyone, I'm new here. I want to build a Wi-Fi extender for my electromagnetism course but i have some problems. Basically i need a receiver to catch signal and sender to resend it. Unfortunately i don't know all materials specifically which i need. Also i don't know exactly how to install it. Can anyone help me?
asked 3/9/2018
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