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In our home, we usually install a Wi-Fi extender to get complete coverage throughout the house. But we soon run—well, walk—into some problems. For instance, moving from the living room to our bedroom,
By Tony · Latest post 2022-05-29 20:36:27 by CaffGuy
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A brief introduction to Deco, OneMesh™, and Range Extenders In the article below each type of network is summarized not to detail, but to give a general sense of what benefit each one has. This can be
By Tony · Latest post 2021-11-24 03:10:42 by nyonyo
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We found that some forum users have difficulty in getting the model number of their own device so that they failed to post a thread or no model number chosen in their thread. This article will show yo
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“It’s with the man in the center. Smart pass out to the right! He’s got past his man with those step-overs. The crowd are getting nervy. 0 – 0 on the scoreboard and five minutes left on the clock. It’
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Wi-Fi 6 is the next generation standard in Wi-Fi technology that builds and improves upon the current 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard. Wi-Fi 6 was created to meet our increasing demand for a network that can
By Carl · Latest post 2020-01-14 22:57:27 by Carl
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Have you ever suffered from weak or even no Wi-Fi connectivity in specific spots where you live? Or have you ever experienced that your wireless signal somehow disappears in certain corners of your ho
By Tony · Latest post 2019-11-29 06:56:07 by nash39619
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A year or two back I had some major lag issues in certain scenarios. Customer support connected with me on multiple occassions and provided beta firmware that wrote custom logs to help track down the
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The pending wireless standard 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6) is one of the most anticipated things in 2019 for its greatly improved capacity of higher data rate and overall network throughput, particularly in hig
By Tony
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With more WiFi devices and higher bandwidth requirements, the need for a high capacity WiFi network is greater than ever. 802.11ax WiFi with OFDMA, 160MHz Channel Support, AX MU-MIMO and 1024 QAM is b
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The theoretical speed of each protocol can be referred to the following table: Let’s use the 5Ghz 802.11n and 802.11ac as an example: 802.11n: The maximum theoretical rate is 600 Mbps. 802.11ac: The m
By Tony · Latest post 2019-05-14 11:07:16 by wifi_stealer
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