We often received calls about poor wifi signal in the home. There are many factors that affect the wifi signal. In a recent article in The Huffington Post, a clear explanation is given of the best location to place your wifi router in the home. Jason Cole, a PhD student in physics at Imperial College London, used math to figure out the best spot to place a wireless router. Cole solved the Helmholtz equation — which is used to map electromagnetic fields like the ones your router emits — for his apartment. What he discovered was that tucking a router away in an inconspicuous corner is not ideal for a good connection, even though that’s the way most of us do it.
Speaking with The Huffington Post, Cole offered a number of tips to help your WiFi router send a strong signal all over your home or apartment and reduce the amount of Netflix buffering you have to sit through.Read original article at Huffington Post