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Complete Guide to G.hn

A WiFi Network is a wireless (no wires) network that connects to your Internet router and wireless-enabled devices (such as laptops,...

How Will Wi-Fi 6 Improve Wi-Fi?

Blockchain is one of the most talked about technologies today, and it’s got the potential to disrupt numerous industries – including telecommunications and broadband.

The Complete Guide to Wi-Fi 6

Blockchain is one of the most talked about technologies today, and it’s got the potential to disrupt numerous industries – including telecommunications and broadband.

What is G.hn?

G.hn is a home networking connection that uses existing “legacy” wires in your home to establish an internet connection through an Ethernet cable to a specific device. The four primary types of wires that G.hn operates over are telephone wiring, coaxial cables, powerlines and optical fiber. Since G.hn uses a physical connection, you can count on stable Internet in rooms that your wireless network doesn’t reach.

Why is my Wi-Fi So Slow?

Why is my Wi-Fi So Slow?

There are many things that could be causing your Wi-Fi to be slow. Two of the primary reasons are router location and the number of devices connected to your network. Routers are prone to interference. Walls, floors, appliances, and even metal can weaken your signal as you go farther away from your router.

How Do You Check Your Wi-Fi Speed?

How Do You Check Your Wi-Fi Speed?

There are many things that could be causing your Wi-Fi to be slow. Two of the primary reasons are router location and the number of devices connected to your network. Routers are prone to interference. Walls, floors, appliances, and even metal can weaken your signal as you go farther away from your router.

What is a Managed Wi-Fi Dashboard?

See a list of the top 5 sources of WiFi interference and get some quick fixes that you can employ to reduce its effect on your WiFi connection.

Complete Guide to WiFi Networking

A WiFi Network is a wireless (no wires) network that connects to your Internet router and wireless-enabled devices (such as laptops,...

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