In many homes, that creates Wi-Fi dead zones in the garage, basement, upstairs rooms, outbuildings, backyard, and any other far reaches of the house. Walking through these areas will cause your devices to disconnect, and smart home equipment in those areas won’t connect either. This doesn’t mean that everyone needs an extender, booster, or repeater (most homes don’t honestly need one), but for some people, they can be just the solution they’re looking for.
The average router is designed to broadcast a Wi-Fi signal up to 150 feet through open space. So if you want your home internet signal to reach the corners of your home and throughout your property, you’ll probably need to do some tinkering with RangeXTD WiFi Booster. Some providers may not consent to the use of RangeXTD WiFi Booster device on their network. You MUST operate this device with approved antennas and cables as specified by the manufacturer.
Antennas MUST be installed at least 20 cm from any person. You MUST cease operating this device immediately if requested by the FCC or a licensed wireless service provider. The job of a WiFi extender is to extend your WiFi network beyond what your WiFi router is able to cover by grabbing the existing WiFi signal and rebroadcasting it. WiFi extenders are useful in situations where you don’t want to upgrade your existing router but need more coverage.
There’re convenient features to check out though, such as the WPS button. Typically, the WPS button makes it easy to connect a router and the booster with just a button push. This ensures a complicated installation is not required. The router and extender will have to be in the same room if the WPS feature will work, though. The transmission is captured by the booster and returned or pushed into your cell phone with wi-fi feature turned on.