Re­po­si­tion your router

HWM (Malaysia) - - FEATURE -

The first thing you can do is to sim­ply re­lo­cate your router to a more cen­tral lo­ca­tion. A router broad­casts Wi-Fi sig­nals in very much the same way as a light bulb shines light across the room. In or­der to ef­fi­ciently light the room up, you have to put the bulb in a cen­tral lo­ca­tion. It is the same with routers.

Gen­er­ally speak­ing, the router should be placed in the cen­ter of the area that you want Wi-Fi cov­er­age. Ad­di­tion­ally, try not to po­si­tion it near any ob­struc­tions like walls, glass, mir­rors, or any elec­tronic or metal­lic ob­jects. These can in­ter­fere with the Wi-Fi sig­nal. Also, don’t put it on the floor. In­stead, try to put it in an el­e­vated po­si­tion prefer­ably on a desk, side ta­ble, or con­sole ta­ble.

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