Wireless Internet anywhere
At home, you expect all your devices to be able to connect to the internet, but also interact with each other, such as laptops, tablets and smatphones, as well as smart TV’s and game consoles.
The wireless technology based on radio communication protocoles at 2.4Ghz allow this through a central unit: your wireless router.
You can hook all your devices to it, (virtually up to 254) and share wireless internet connection and network possibilities. In practice, you will have to share the bandwith with the other users in your house, and the performance will decrease dramatically as you add more devices.
You should be aware of your present and future needs when choosing internet package and wireless router, thinking of how many could be used at the same time, how much data could be transfered when playing online, watching a movie, surfing the internet, downloading music, and uploading your weekly backup to the cloud, all at the same time, which is fairly commonly happening in a 4 to 5 people household daily. Fortunately, Internet providers propose powerful solutions such as fiber optic packages with speeds up to 100Mbps!
The actual standard for wireless internet capabilities is 300mbps, and the latest protocole in use is 802.11 N. This is what you ‘re looking for in this beginning of 2014. For ease of installation and reliability, we recommend brands such as Netgear, Belkin, Cisco, and D-Link.
Most of N300 routers are working nicely, but show their limits in large houses or difficult to reach locations, due to the nature of the walls, ceilings or possible interferences with other electronic devices.
Range Extenders allow to improve the wireless internet coverage, by eliminating the dead zones in your home network, and expanding coverage for wireless networks.
It is actually possible to go even further by using your home electrical circuitery to propagate the network access to any room in your house, and then providing an extra wireless coverage, extendable again with a wifi range extender mentioned above.
Wireless Internet on the move
Numerous free hot spots such as public places, hotels, restaurants, and cafes will make easy to stay connected by offering automated, free access to their wireless network. You can opt as well for mobile wireless internet 3G / 4G packages from major mobile network providers such as T-Mobile, EE, O2 offering fast internet connections wherever you are, on the train, on the road or in the middle of the park.
Laptop Repair North London can advise and help you decide what is the most appropriate solution for your particular case. Please call us for any question regarding the installation or the extension of your wireless internet access and network.
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Archway (N6), Arnos Grove (N11, N14), Barnet (EN4, EN5), Cockfosters (EN4), Crouch End (N8), East Finchley (N2), Edgware (HA8), Enfield Town (EN1, EN2), Finchley Central (N3), Golders Green (NW11), Hatch End (HA3), Hendon (NW4), Highgate (N6), Mill Hill (NW7), Muswell Hill (N10), New Southgate (N11), North Finchley (N12), North London, Potters Bar (EN6), Radlett (WD7), Rickmansworth (WD3), Southgate (N14), Totteridge (N20),Whetstone (N20), Wood Green (N22), Woodside Park (N12)by