I'm using a single power line kit to extend the coverage of wireless internet on my home. The internet hub is at the ground level, with the Ethernet port input alongside it. At the second level, is the Wi-Fi booster unit, with the following data rates:
RX: 254 Mbps
TX: 326 Mbps
I was quite happy with these "wired" results, provided the length of the circuit (three-story house) plus the fact that the socket where the Ethernet cable is connected to is a dual plug and the second inlet has an extension lead with 5+ devices.
Life is not easy though. The Wi-Fi speeds are very poor. I get at maximum 30 Mbps if I test alongside the Wi-Fi booster and if I'm to the room alongside it, I get at maximum 20 Mbps.
I tried different channels and I don't believe there's too much interference on the 2.4 GHz band, as there's few other Wi-if signals around our house...
Who do I solve this?
Thanks in advance,