Tips to Enhance Your WiFi Network Efficiency

Tips to Enhance Your WiFi Network Efficiency

Chances are pretty good you filled this page over a WiFi network– or, as it is better understood in my home, that $# & * #$!! WiFi network. That’s since our cordless network constantly selects the worst possible time to crap out, like when we’re getting to the thrilling climax of House of Cards on Netflix.

Still, it’s much better than it utilized to be. I have actually found out a few WiFi techniques for many years, and asked some folks who know more than I provide for a few more. If you enjoy with your present WiFi setup, that’s fine. But if you desire much faster speeds, more dependable performance, or to just get more use from your network, try the following eight suggestions.

1. Get up to speed.
Initially, let’s discuss some essentials. (If you’re already a WiFi wonk, you can skip this paragraph.) WiFi does not really suggest “cordless fidelity.” Its real name is a number: 802.11, the technical standard for cordless networks initially developed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic devices Engineers (IEEE) in 1997. That number is constantly accompanied by a letter (like a, b, g, or n) that indicates which version it is. Typically speaking, each new version of 802.11 is quicker and more reliable than the last, however “greater” letters don’t always imply faster speed. For example, 802.11 a is quicker than 802.11 b. Go figure.

2. Prepare to pony up.
The most recent WiFi standard, 802.11 air conditioner, is approximately three times faster than the previous champ, 802.11 n. In geek-speak, each 802.11 air conditioner antenna can move up to 1,300 megabits of data per second (vs. a max of approximately 450 megabits for n). So I’ll simply get this out of the way: The most convenient and fastest method to obtain more performance out of your WiFi network is to buy a new 802.11 air conditioner router.

Older phones and laptop computers will work great with newer routers, though they won’t be able to make the most of the speed or other new features.

However the best 802.11 ac routers aren’t low-cost. You can anticipate to drop from $100 to $300 on a new one. (Or, if you’re a T-Mobile consumer, you can get a totally free Individual CellSpot that’s really an ASUS a/c router.).


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