What's Killing Your Wi-Fi?

Tagged: WiFi, Computer Hardware, Technology
Source: Slashdot - Read the full article
Posted: 3 years 25 weeks ago

"PC Pro has taken an in-depth look at Wi-Fi and the factors that can cause connections to crumble. It dispels some common myths about Wi-Fi problems — such as that neighboring Wi-Fi hotspots are the most common cause of problems, instead of other RF interference from devices such as analogue video senders, microwave ovens and even fish tanks. The feature also highlights free and paid-for tools that can diagnose Wi-Fi issues, such as inSSIDer and Heatmapper, the latter of which maps provides a heatmap of Wi-Fi hotspots in your home or office."

 

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Tivon
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I figured this would be a good read for those people with wireless issues.

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