How Does Nature Affect Wi-Fi?
There are almost 4 billion internet users around the world, and if Wi-Fi hotspots keep springing up at this rate, numbers won’t even matter anymore. However, it’s one thing to offer Wi-Fi in developed areas, such as cities, and quite different in mountainous areas, deserts or forests, where setting up Wi-Fi infrastructure can be expensive and structurally challenging.
Routers Are The Gatekeepers of Your Network
A router is an integral part of any modern household. It’s the magic box that most people think gives us our digital lifeblood – the Internet. Let’s get a few things straight on how a wireless router works and what’s its role in connecting you to the World Wide Web.
Slow Wi-Fi? Blame Your House
Wi-Fi is a very sophisticated piece of technology that is designed to withstand many obstacles. However, it’s not invulnerable – even your own house can turn against you and affect the quality, speed and reliability of a Wi-Fi connection.