For most users, Wi-Fi is actually the weakest link in the broadband chain. As many people connect all their devices to their broadband connection via Wi-Fi, performance and speed issues more reflect problems with Wi-Fi configuration than the broadband connection itself. Our guides show how speeds and performance can be massively enhanced by upgrading and optimising Wi-Fi.
“What is a good signal level or signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) for Wi-Fi” is one of the most common questions in online forums. Typical answers are along the lines
In this article, we review Ubiquiti’s UniFi Long Range Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) Access Point (U6-LR). At the time of writing, these devices are currently like gold dust. Because
In this article, we show the realistic speeds that Wi-Fi 5 and Wi-Fi 6 achieve in the real world, with real-world devices that are available now. We show
Wi-Fi, and not the broadband connection, is often the weakest link in a home network. When our local community was migrated from conventional ADSL broadband services (delivering download
Despite Sky Q boxes being equipped with Ethernet ports, many Sky engineers set boxes up to use Wi-Fi even when Ethernet is available. Using Wi-Fi to transport bandwidth-intensive
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