How Can I Get Wi-Fi in Every Room?

March 18, 2021

If you live in a small space, your router should be able to get you full Wi-Fi coverage. But if you have a multi-room, multi-floor or overall large home, you will need to do some Wi-Fi boosting tricks to make sure you have a blanket of coverage. Try these 5 tips to boost your Wi-Fi signal.


5 Tips to Boost Your Wi-Fi Coverage

Get solid Wi-Fi in any room in your home without overloading your home with routers with these tips:

  1. Make sure your router or cable modem router is located properly in your home.
    Your router should be centrally located and close to the devices that you use most to create a strong connection.
  1. Check your router’s frequency.
    Likely, your router has two frequency options: 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. Use the 5 GHz frequency to boost your Wi-Fi coverage.
  1. Switch your router’s channel.
    Similarly, like how you can switch frequencies you can switch channels. If all of your devices are connected to the same channel, your Wi-Fi gets too congested which weakens the signal strength.
  1. Use Wi-Fi boosters or extenders.
    If your Wi-Fi signal is strong but you are still struggling for coverage, use MoCA adapters to help boost your Wi-Fi signal coverage.
  1. Invest in a new router.
    If you try these tricks and you still struggle to get Wi-Fi in every room, it may be a sign that your router just needs to be upgraded. Even after buying a new router, keep these tips in mind for any future Wi-Fi boosting needs.

By simply using HT-EM4 MoCA adapters in your home, you can get rid of weak Wi-Fi signals and enhance your Internet connection in every room in your home.  To learn more about improving your Wi-Fi, check out Hitron’s Learn Page or blog.


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