If you’re finding your wireless network is not providing the coverage you need you may find yourself looking at some options available to extend your coverage and to eliminate any black spots. However, before you decide to spend any money on hardware, it is always worth trying a few simple things first to get the most out of the wireless router you already own.
I know that most people who are reading this may have already thought about most of these tips, but just in case you’ve missed some, here are a few tips that can help with extending wifi 機 range:
The first and perhaps most important thing to think about is the location of your wireless router. Think about where most of the devices using the 網路分享器 are located and try to move your wireless router to a place that is centralized to those devices. Also remember that WI-FI is a lateral technology, which means that it was designed to transmit a signal horizontally and not vertically so if you live in a 2-story house, don’t expect the message to be fantastic upstairs, though sometimes you will still get away with it.
If you do need to transmit upstairs, I’d recommend you get yourself a powerline ethernet adapter. This uses the existing electrical wiring in your home to send data. You plug one adapter into a power outlet downstairs and the other into a power outlet upstairs. Connect the adapter downstairs to your router via ethernet cable. You’ll … Read More . . .