Why wireless internet keeps disconnecting?
For some while it's been possible to connect to an Internet service using what is now being called Wi-Fi. This basically means a wireless connexion. Wi-Fi is which is, which basically means why this fidelity was a player. What's what we commonly knew as Hi-fi.
Although a wireless connexion is very convenient when it works, it always has suffered from the fact that it is basically a radio signal. Radio signals can be blocked, this can be anything from a wall, (If your property is of a concrete construction, then Wi-Fi just won't work). Radiator. A modern digital telephone. Your mobile is left too close to your device. And of course, distance. It's fair to say that wireless technology has improved and continues to improve, year on year, that regrettably will still suffer from similar problems.
There are a number of solutions to overcome the restrictions of Wi-Fi. The first thing to be aware of is the placement of your wireless router, based on what is discussed in the above paragraph, make sure that it isn't near an of the obstruction we discussed. That way, most domestic setups your router is provided by your Internet service provider, you can buy third party routers that we'd like. Many things come a variety of quality and strengths, Some specifically designed for very fast Connexions for gaming, for example.. The next thing to consider running a cable from your router to your device. If you have a desktop computer which is in one space all the time, then this is most definitely the best idea. If, however, in your property or your office this is going to be very, very difficult. The very simple solution is assuming your router and the device you want to connect to is on the same ring main, check with an electrician if you're not sure, you can use what just called a power line device. Simply put, this turns your electrical system into a network. It is perfectly safe. It's been used for years. Like many devices, they come in a variety of standards and quality. My advice, buy the best your budget can afford. If you're connecting to a laptop rather than a desktop machine, then you can use one of these power line devices. Or you can use variety of this device which has a built in Wi-Fi connexion, meaning you have an extension to your Wi-Fi in the room that your laptop is in giving your device a much stronger connection. Similar to Power Line devices are what was called boosters or repeaters, these can be very good, but again will suffer from the distance restrictions, If you have a large property or office, then this probably isn't the best way to go.
Two Types of Netgear Powerline Devices
Example of a Draytek business wireless router
One of Netgear Nighthawk performance wireless routers
Good TP-Link entry level wireless router