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Tech how-to: Get fast, reliable Wi-Fi, anywhere in your home

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Are you looking for ways to solve your home Wi-Fi coverage woes? Maybe your house is too large for single router coverage or you’re not entirely happy with your Wi-Fi extender’s performance.

Many people have the same Wi-Fi problems too, but fortunately there’s a better way. For areas larger than 2,500 or 3,000 square feet (the average range of a Wi-Fi router) with multiple walls, this type of Wi-Fi router system is the way to go.

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What is a mesh Wi-Fi system?

Next-generation mesh routers are designed to spread a Wi-Fi network’s coverage with the use of multiple access points or satellites.

These systems usually come in sets of two or three separate units that work together to envelop your home or office with Wi-Fi coverage. As long as they’re within range of each other (about 30 to 50 feet), you can shape and customize your home or office’s Wi-Fi coverage by placing them in the appropriate rooms.

Although cheap, the downside with network extenders is they are slower than your main Wi-Fi connection. This is because they often come with a single radio transmitter that cannot send and receive data simultaneously. Adding to that problem, the more gadgets connected to a Wi-Fi extender, the more it slows down.

Compared to a network extender, a mesh router system is simple to set up and manage. Since the separate units act as a part of one system — just connect the main unit to your modem then place the other units around your home as desired — there is no separate network management or constant network jumping and reconnections.

As far as your gadgets are concerned, the Wi-Fi mesh is one big continuous Wi-Fi network.

When to get a mesh Wi-Fi system

For the average apartment or condo, a mesh router system can be overkill. If you’re just looking to fill a few dead spots here and there, and consistent speeds is not a must, then a cheaper network extender should work.

Large houses and office spaces that require consistent network speeds will reap the benefits of a mesh Wi-Fi network immensely. It may be a more expensive system, but for its reliability, seamlessness, expandability and easy management, it’s well worth the admission price.

eero Home Wi-Fi System

The eero Home Wi-Fi System is an advanced Tri-Band Mesh router system that can replace your whole extended range Wi-Fi network including your wireless router, range extenders and internet boosters.

It applies emerging TrueMesh technology that uses multiple access points (eero calls them Beacons) to blanket even the largest homes with fast, consistent and reliable Wi-Fi coverage.

Instead of using traditional network extenders to cover your home’s dead spots, eero Beacons are full access points you can plug into any standard outlet in your home.

With a basic eero setup, (an eero router and one Beacon) you can adequately cover a one-to-two bedroom range with consistent Wi-Fi speeds throughout.

Setup is so simple, too. Simply replace your old Wi-Fi router with the eero then use the eero mobile app to configure the new system. All it takes is a few minutes!

2nd generation eero

The 2nd generation eero Wi-Fi system is faster than the first generation eero. The 2nd generation eero doubles the speed of the first, with the addition of a third 5Ghz radio.

The difference between the second generation eero and your current Wi-Fi extender setup will be like night and day. Wi-Fi connection speeds in each room in your home (and even from the yard, too) will have consistent speeds with virtually no drop-offs.

Additionally, for larger homes, you can expand your Wi-Fi coverage by adding more eero Beacons to your setup.

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Why does my Wi-Fi connection keep dropping?

There are plenty of reasons your Wi-Fi keeps dropping at your home or office – signal congestion, physical location, firmware issues, hardware limitations or maybe your space is just too big for your router coverage.

Tap or click here to read more about the main reasons why your Wi-Fi keeps slowing down.

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