HOW TO INCREASE THE WI-FI CONNECTION


INCREASING THE SPEED OF Wi-Fi 

CONNECTION.........

Same Router And Network Adapter

Choose your router and network adapters from the same company. Manufacturers usually have a proprietary “turbo” mode that only works when using both their router and network adapters. As a side benefit; your overall configuration is usually easier.
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Upgrade Your 802.11b

Upgrade your 802.11a and 802.11b devices to 802.11g, which is much faster, and is backward-compatible with 802.11b devices, although a small one room environment (i.e. apartment, dorm room) with no future expansion should use 802.11a.

Wired Connection

Whenever possible, connect computers using a wired connection! Yes, this is an “Anti-tip” because you’re not even using the wireless network – but a direct connection is dramatically faster and more secure!

Wireless Router On Central Location

If possible, place your wireless router (or access point) in a central location. Obviously, the closer you are to the access point; the better. But do not necessarily place the device on your roof (or up too high) – 4 to 6 feet off the ground is perfect.
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Update Your Windows Wireless Network Driver

Update your Windows Wireless Network Driver. While Microsoft Update, is “supposed” to notify you of updates to your drivers – it’s best to visit the manufacturers website to double-check. Updates usually only add a new feature, or increase stability and security; but sometimes can improve performance.
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Update And Upgrade Your Router

Update your Router’s firmware. Most routers easily update their firmware directly from their software. Updates add new features, increase stability and security; and also sometimes help in improving the performance. The antenna that comes with your device is usually a low powered and omni-directional. Upgrade to a more powerful (powered) antenna. If your router is near an outside wall, get a high-gain antenna that focuses the wireless signals only one direction.

Portable Computer Antenna

Even though it’s more convenient to have a portable computer’s antenna horizontal – it should be oriented vertically (up & down).

I hope this post will definitely improve your wireless connection speed, if I have missed any tip, let us know with your comments. :)

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  1. you can upgrade ur device with 802.11n, which is much better than 802.11a and others..

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