Do Internet Boosters Really Work?

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Is your basement an Internet dead zone? Or, maybe, your upstairs office is experiencing video calls that freeze or drop completely. When your Internet connection is slow or weak then you can remedy this by using an Internet booster to deliver faster speeds and Internet coverage to every corner of your home.

There are several different Internet boosters to choose from. Internet boosters are extremely useful to give your Internet connection broader coverage, but also faster Internet speeds, lag-free gaming and 4K streaming. Depending on the booster device you use, the booster takes your router’s existing WiFi signal and re-broadcasts it to other areas of your home. Internet boosters like Range Extenders or Repeaters are rebroadcasters, so if your signal is weak, they will only be re-broadcasting a weak signal. So, make sure your signal is strong by using a wired solution like Ethernet over Coax Adapters before trying to extend the range.

Adding an Internet booster like Hitron’s HT-EM4 MoCA 2.5 Coax to Ethernet Adapter can be the perfect solution for your home. With its MoCA 2.5 technology, it is capable of delivering internet speeds up to 2.5 Gbps over your coaxial wiring/cables to your connected end devices.

Video conference calls, online games and streaming movies or audio all take considerable WiFi and streaming capabilities. While a standalone router may not be able to provide you with the speed and coverage you need for lag-free gaming and work experiences, adding the HT-EM4 MoCA adapter or another Internet booster can give you a fast, reliable connection strong enough to support your entire home WiFi needs.

With all of the things that use WiFi today, it is critical to have internet that not only works, but works for your entire family and home. By installing an Internet booster like the HT-EM4 MoCA 2.5 Coax to Ethernet Adapter, your WiFi and internet capabilities will be more reliable, have faster speeds and cover every corner of your home.

Hitron’s HT-EM4 MoCA network adapter is available on Amazon.  Want to learn more about Internet boosters? Check out Hitron’s Learn page or Blog.

 

 

 

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