It’s funny that we spend so much of our time trying to fix other people’s issues only to come home to our own wireless network being somewhat lackluster. There’s a ton of free tools and design guides that can help us make our wireless networking so much better for our most important users – our family. Ian Beyer has some great thoughts here:
Generally speaking, if you have bad wi-fi, it’s because the device and the access point can’t hear each other very well, or it’s so busy neither one can get a word in edgewise. Wi-Fi can only have one device on a channel talking at once.
Read more: Solving Home Wi-Fi Woes