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While you may be fascinated to select 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi for enhanced Wi-Fi coverage, we should first consider the area we want to cover. Pixabay


Everyone is staying at home because of the Covid pandemic that has been going on for months. However, office work and online classes are continuing. We need reliable Wi-Fi connectivity to avoid interrupting internet problems like the inability to stream poor browser speeds and drop-in Wi-Fi signals. And the performance of Wi-Fi networks is determined mainly by constituents and elements such as distance, power, interruption, and many other factors. Wi-Fi connectivity isn’t as essential as it once was, but it’s still an integral element of today’s world. It is vital to have a good router to have satisfying Wi-Fi connections.

So, here are some ideas for working from home with uninterrupted Wi-Fi:

  1. Keeping an eye on your frequency

While you may be fascinated to select 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi for enhanced Wi-Fi coverage, we should first consider the area we want to cover. For example, if we have more levels and rooms to reach, 2.4 GHz is probably the best option. On the other hand, if we have a more open floor plan with several objects and walls in the way, 5 GHz will likely deliver a more reliable Wi-Fi connection. Furthermore, most modern routers are dual-band which means they can work in both Wi-Fi frequency bands simultaneously. First, we have to examine the network’s administrator interface to ensure the configuration is optimized for performance. Using the 5GHz channel instead of the 2.4GHz band in dual-band routers will be more significant. The 5GHz band will provide faster results. When we enter the service set identifier (SSID) and password as the 2.4GHz network, the device will automatically select the optimum frequency. Renaming it and manually connecting to the 5GHz band if this option isn’t accessible.

Wi-Fi connectivity isn’t as essential as it once was, but it’s still an integral element of today’s world. Pixabay

  1. Create a Separate Area for Router

The location of the router has a significant impact on wireless coverage. While it may seem natural to position the router near the window for easy cable access or in a cabinet, you should ideally place the router in the center of the home to ensure that the signal reaches every corner. And to check the problems with the Wi-Fi, we should keep the router away from a smooth surface and allow it plenty of room. It will be easy for us to figure out which things are interfering with the signals. Also, DHCP Lookup failed errors can be rectified easily.

Suppose you’re only getting signals while standing near your router or in a particular area. In that case, it’s because of the distributions of Wi-Fi-Signals, and we know that this is one of the primary causes of network disruptions. The truth is that your router’s placement can have an impact on your wireless coverage. As a result, the router requires an open space free of impediments, and you should keep it away from electrical and heavy-duty appliances. If your router has external antennae, make sure they’re oriented vertically to improve coverage.

  1. Investing in Quality Hardware

Computer systems play a critical role in ensuring that signals are not disrupted. This means that we should update our router regularly to ensure that it is compatible with the hardware. This will assist in determining the right signal frequency and keep us up to date. It will improve the router to support those speedier standards, but it will also do all of the tasks more efficiently. It will have enhanced channel selection, better band steering for 5-GHz devices, and improved QoS (Quality of Service) capabilities.

Computer systems play a critical role in ensuring that signals are not disrupted. Pixabay


We can improve our overall coverage by replacing the antenna on our router. For that particular PC, replacing the antenna on the wireless adapter will enhance the range. When buying, keep in mind that the higher the gain (measured in dBm), the further it will transmit and receive.

If your router uses an internal antenna, adding an external one would be a good idea, as it is possible to give us a strong signal. There are different types of Antenna we can use, like omnidirectional and directional. An omnidirectional antenna provides signals in all directions, and a directional antenna gives signals in a specific order like the flashlight gives focus only in one direction. Both are good at their places. But, a directional antenna is a superior choice because it sends a signal in the desired direction.

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  1. Taking Advantage of the Most Powerful Customer Service Tool

The router’s QOS (Quality of Service) should be good. It aids in traffic management. Many different types of modern routers are being introduced nowadays. However, determining which one has the best service quality using the router’s QOS tool is difficult. The fantastic QOS tool allows you to prioritize tasks based on their significance. We can use this bandwidth for downloads, app usage, video conferencing, and various other things.

In any network connection, the most critical component is the router. So we can say that “The more delicate the router, the more delicate the Internet signal.”

(Disclaimer: The article is sponsored and hence promotes some commercial links.)


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