Having Trouble With Your
WiFi Connections? Signal Dropping Out?
2.4Ghz Now Overcrowded?
With the proliferation of devices using the 2.4Ghz frequency, and only 3 usable channels, maybe its time to drop the usual 2.4Ghz frequency your current WiFi router probably transmits on. You would not believe how much stuff is being transmitted in the 2.4Ghz band, potentially causing interference to your WiFi connected devices. That's why in office blocks where they are using a lot of PC's, you will not see wireless connections, they will all be wired using a network of RJ45 Ethernet connections.
2.4Ghz Interference could be coming from next doors router, your cordless phone, Bluetooth devices, your microwave oven, and a multitude of other devices. All of which will cause the WiFi connection to be poor, and worse still, make the wireless connection drop out occasionally, for no apparent reason.
Maybe time to replace your current router for a Dual Band model. Dual Band WiFi routers, transmit on both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz (5Ghz has 20 channels available). Make sure your WiFi device/s can actually use a 5Ghz Signal (older devices may not). Amazon Firesticks are the biggest losers when trying to use a WiFi connected signal, you need to connect these with an Ethernet cable.
In built up areas 2.4Ghz has a very long reach, which does not help.
Link To Suitable Dual Band Router Available
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