How to improve your WiFi signal quickly and efficiently


Oct 25, 2017 , , Leave a comment

Typical WiFi signal issue Let’s imagine a typical situation that you live in a flat with two floors. On the first floor when the Internet router is the WiFi signal is strong and in your home office upstairs the WiFi signal is very weak and causing some troubles to your computers. Good vs. Weak Next to your router you can watch the internet video and open the website in just seconds. Upstairs the websites open […]

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How to boost WiFi signal in your kitchen area and house extension


Jun 11, 2017 , , , Leave a comment

WiFi signal issues Your router gives its WiFi signal to significant part of your house or flat but for some strange reason the kitchen area is not included. You enjoy a fast internet speed in every room in your mansion but your newly built extension and conservatory is out of WiFi signal. Is there anything you can do to change this situation and boost the WiFi signal so nobody will cry about it anymore? Do […]

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How to improve your Wi-Fi signal in your house


May 09, 2017 , , Leave a comment

When my customers and clients complain to me about their poor Wi-Fi condition at home or office the first thing on my mind is the Wi-Fi powerline adapter. What is the Wi-Fi powerline and how does it work? Basically, the powerline are minimum two small adapters, which you plug into the electric sockets. A one of them must be connected to your router by the Ethernet cable. The second adapter give the internet signal delivered […]

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Healing weak WI-FI signal


Apr 26, 2017 , , , 1 Comment

WI-FI signal depends your internet experience We use many wireless devices to connect to the internet on regular bases such as laptops, printers, mobile phones and smart home equipment. The list is getting longer and longer and to keep them running we need strong, reliable WI-FI signal. The strength of the signal depends on how far we are from the closest WI-FI access point and how many different factors interfere the signal. It could be […]

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