Jeff07971 wrote: 
> Pi3's WiFi is not very good at the best of times, I never use it.
In my experience, Pi3 built-in wifi is surprisingly good.
Almost every Pi 3 I've setup is either using it for AP or bonding with

The OP should look elsewhere: use of incompatible settings in the AP,
weak signal, ...

IMHO powerline is a good option is you have bad wifi coverage and don't
want to use ethernet cabling. 
Another option I like is flat ethernet cables. Dimensions and
flexibility like a (cooked) tagliatella, much easier to conceal than
round cables. 
Wireless extenders are no good: either they extend nothing really, or
they break up themselves when too far from the AP.

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