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Why would you need Wi-Fi signal booster if you live in Bhubaneswar?

By admin | 10th,June 2019

To begin with, issues such as Wireless Network technology was unheard of in Bhubaneswar which was designed by the famed German architect Otto Königsberger, way back in 1946. The other issue involves covering dead zones as also extending the access to more number of rooms or places in your existing home or office. But first of all, you need to know more about Wi-Fi signal booster and how it works.

 

What is a Wi-Fi Signal Booster And How It Works

A Wi-Fi signal booster amplifies the Wi-Fi network coverage area by boosting or amplifying existing signals received by you. It enables most wireless devices within that extended area to connect to Internet or analogous wireless network. As a matter of fact, it works by drawing in the existing weak Wi-Fi from the transmitter and then amplifying it prior to broadcasting the transmission to extended areas or wherever it is needed. It can reach several floors in a building, all the corners of a home or office, even extending to the backyard or the garage

Even though there are several brands of Wi-Fi signal boosters currently available in Bhubaneswar, you may try the following brands that prove quite effective for everyday use.

  • Fusion 7 Wi-Fi Extender & Booster (Consumer Grade) for up to 20,000 sq. ft. coverage
  • Force 7 Wi-Fi Extender & Booster (Commercial Grade) for up to 80,000 sq, ft. coverage

Incidentally, these boost all cell service provider signals (indoor) over large spaces too.

[You may also search for the latest type of Booster via the net]

 

What Determines The Use of a Wi-Fi Booster For You?

One of the key issues that best determines the use of a Wi-Fi booster is when you feel utter frustration in trying to receive  wireless signals in all your rooms and yards, regardless of whether the premises is used as a home or office. Cost is another factor that determines the need for a booster, as otherwise you had to incur considerable expense by way of purchasing long length of cables, not to speak of buying more expensive networking gear consisting of switches, hubs, etc.

 

What are The Pre-Conditions For Using a Wi-Fi Booster?

Needless to say, prior to using a Wi-Fi booster in your home or office, you must have a working broadband Wi-Fi Internet connection within the premises.. It matters little whether the connection is weak or strong; the point is – it must be there. It is also presumed that an Access Point or Wireless Router should also be there. However, the AP integration with the Router may be pre-existing or may be executed later.

 

How The Wi-Fi Booster Works

Arguably, a wireless Booster starts functioning after it has established a connection between the Router or the AP and your wireless device that includes your very smart Smartphone or lap hugging Laptop with Wi-Fi turned on. However, the actual way it is done is explained in this way. The transmission is first captured by the Booster and then pushed onto your smartphone or laptop with Wi-Fi feature turned on. In the intervening time, the wireless sends the Booster the necessary information before the Router receives the transmission. Following the process when the Router has received the information, it relays the same to the web servers. The process repeats itself as and when each circle is completed.

 

However, the rapidity of the process depends a lot on the effectiveness of the Router, as also on the characteristics of the Booster you have selected. For instance, the common standard most Wi-Fi reception boosters have is a Wireless N (802.11n). This supports a maximum of 300 Mbps network bandwidth. To be honest about it, provides sufficient speed and range and also very interference resistant in its coverage.

 

Sundry other wireless standards do exist, with the 802.11ac being one of the newest generation standards allowing a Wi-Fi booster to support the 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz bands. It also provides a 450 Mbps bandwidth for 2.4 GHz band and 1300 Mbps for the 5 GHz band. Of course the 802.11ac and 802.11n standards can be interfered with in the process lowering their bandwidth. At the same time, the internet provider can also limit the speed thus preventing the standards from hitting their top potential.