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It depends wireless by its very nature is not the most stable connection. Everything and anything can affect wireless distance between computing device and router. Placing the router in the most central part of the house can help changing the wireless channel can also help. Knowing what frequency the router works on and if there are any other wireless devices working on same frequency can also affect wireless signals. if your router is 2.4 which is most common check you cordless phones, baby monitors, wireless speakers, other wireless devices for same frequency. Also wireless boosters can help. try google or calling your internet provider , Keep in mind that NO internet company can guarentee wireless...
Posted on Jan 14, 2013
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