Install an internet booster if you encounter issues with your devices in an area that is dead. These devices are easy to set up and use and can boost WiFi signals to provide faster speeds. All you need is an WiFi router, an outlet and the direction you want to point it. Some boosters include other features, like the USB port to charge your wireless devices.
How do you install a WiFi Signal Booster
A WiFi booster, also known as a range extender, is a simple, hassle-free device that connects wirelessly to your router and can be used anywhere you have an internet connection. It takes the signal from your router, and then rebroadcasts it to a nearby location that allows you to connect to the network even in your basement or in your backyard. Just make sure you place it in a middle between the location where the signal stops and your router, and point it towards the area.
While a booster does increase internet speed However, it’s important to know that it does not increase your internet provider’s speed. The speed you pay for is determined by your broadband provider and not the distance you are from an internet signal.
Another thing to keep in mind is that wireless fidelity signals are greatly hampered by water, meaning water sources like a waterfall, aquarium or even the cup of coffee could degrade your signal. You can avoid this by keeping your WiFi booster and wireless signal amplifiers out of reach of any water sources.