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Call of duty 4 online

When i play cod 4 online on ps3 through wireless broadband the signal seems slow and stop start. do i just need a better quality router?

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This is common problem in online gaming.... it is always recommended to have your console hardwired to the router.....your is either too far away, another wireless device is affecting it (cordless phone close to the wireless router can cause interference), your wireless net work is not secured enabling any one close to your house to get on your network which inturn will slow you down, or you may need to get range boost anntanas depending on the router you have and that you can do that type of upgrade...or you mat need a super g or n router for greater distance.

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