WiFi Systems – WiFi Problems – WiFi Networks

Wireless internet connection around your home is great (when it works properly).
The trouble is that many devices can be connected to your wireless router
(laptops, iPhones, Smart TV, Wii, Xbox etc)
This can have the effect of slowing internet connection down just when you need to watch that programme on iPlayer.
Smart TVs will work with a wireless dongle but if they are some way from your router they can be prone to constant pausing and buffering
There are several solutions:-
I can supply a ‘wired access point’ taken directly from a spare point on your router.
You can then plug into a  socket (like a phone) instead of relying on your wireless connection
I can also supply and help you set up a network which connects through your mains wiring and does not require installation of lots of cabling
 
Your wireless range in your premises may not be as good as you would like it to be…..
Do you have WiFi dead spots in your home or business premises??? Wherever you place your router there may be one room that you can’t get a good signal – probably the one you want to use your laptop or tablet. This happens a lot in large houses, offices, barn conversions etc but can happen in any premises, whatever size. One solution is if you are using a desktop PC, this can be hardwired from the router but the router can be placed in another room allowing wireless range in another area. Alternatively, I can fit a wireless access point in another room giving you wireless range over a much greater area.

 I can also install:

External WiFi aerials

Building to Building WiFi links for remote offices or outbuildings etc.

WiFi access points for pubs, hotels, cafes, holiday cottages etc

Guest WiFi portals to collect customer details (such as email addresses)

WiFi networks for caravan parks etc

Set up guest networks to limit download usage

Secure guest networks to keep your information safe

Resolve WiFi dead spots in your premises

Discreet WiFi access points (disguised as a smoke detector for instance)

Multiple access points for larger areas

Yes – there are WiFi extenders available on the internet –
Yes – they seem fairly cheap and look like they will do the job…

No – they don’t very often work !!! –  Many of my customers buy these then call me after weeks of fruitless fiddling and having wasted around £35

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