A WiFi repeater or extension is used to extend the coverage area of your Wi-Fi network. This works by receiving your existing Wi-Fi signal, amplifying it, and then radiating the extended signal. With a Wi-Fi repeater, you can effectively double the coverage area of your Wi-Fi network – reach the corners of your home or office, separate floors, or even extend to your backyard.Motorola Extender Gigabit Ethernet MX1200
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You like to use Wi-Fi at home. You have connected your laptop, smartphone and tablet so you can search the Internet from anywhere in the house. Well, almost everywhere.
The Wi-Fi box can be installed on the back of the seat and the more you go in front of the house, the worse the signal. If you are trying to do much more than check by e-mail, it takes an eternity. Streaming YouTube or Netflix is excluded.
Fortunately, this is the reason why they use wireless Wi-Fi extensions. These are small boxes that can extend the range of your Wi-Fi signal by increasing it and forwarding it.Motorola Extender Gigabit Ethernet MX1200
How Does WiFi Range Extender Work
Most Wifi extensions for home use are wireless repeaters. The range extensions receive wireless and "repeated" signals in the air. Now, because you take the repeaters away from your main router, using a range amplifier can effectively increase the overall coverage of your wireless transmission.
However, the increasing coverage of the area is accompanied by costs. "Overflow" or common areas between the repeater and the router can cause performance problems. Since the same transmissions occur on the same frequency and channel.Motorola AC1200 WiFi Range Extender with Gigabit Ethernet, Dual Band, Model MX1200