I already have a directional wi-fi 2.4 antenna with a gain of about 25 dbi. I also have an adapter, however, the power of the receiver/transmitter is not enough. My apartment is on the 9th floor, besides the land plot is not close. There are tall trees. Therefore, the signal strength is clearly not enough. I could buy a parabolic receiver with a built-in amplifier, but it's very expensive, and besides, I already have a Yagi antenna. I believe that such an amplifier should have SMA or RP-SMA connectors.
Are there such Wi-Fi signal amplifiers that are placed between the adapter and the antenna, and amplify both for reception and transmission?
What is the correct name for these amplifiers? (for search)
UPD 1: Both the antenna and the adapter have an impedance of 50 ohms. At least that's what the manufacturers say. I didn’t measure it myself, because I didn’t have the necessary equipment. However, as far as I understand, most routers and wi-fi adapters work with antennas with an impedance of 50 ohms. The coaxial cable also has a characteristic impedance of 50 ohms.
UPD 2: Installing Wi-Fi repeaters is an almost impossible task, since for this I need to install repeaters in both the house and on poles along the street. I hope to still benefit from a directional antenna with an amplifier. My problem may be the tall trees nearby, but the amplifier should help fix that.