The signal at source is tolerable at a peak of 6 mb/s, but from the server room to other network switches in other buildings, figure a distance of say a football field, it's terrible. You can barely use it and it keeps dropping. Is there anything out that can be installed in the network cabinet in addition to the switches and routers that can amplify the UTP copper signal to other areas from the source, which in my case is a server room.
If there is no device what would you recommend?
NB: The signal is received by radio from the ISP but to the other buildings we have a wired UTP LAN network connection.