Sometimes, your internet connection is slow because you’re paying for a cheap internet. Then a typical wireless router with a stock antenna might have a limited range of 32 meters (105 ft). Wi-Fi networks have a range that’s limited by the transmission power, antenna type, the location they’re used in, and the environment.
Unreal Side will show some quick tips on How to maximize your signal strength and minimize interference with a little DIY about the subject.
Change the position of your Wifi router
If you can, move your router to a more centralized location. The closer you can put your router to the center of your coverage area, the better reception will be throughout your house.
Put furniture along the walls of your home.
Put large furniture along the outside walls of your home. Signals traveling through the furniture by the wall and with more open room spaces and several windows & doors will do better reception.
Solution If your router is in the corner of the house
Use aluminum foil in curved form behind the router. This will reflect the wireless signals from your router and send them in direction you want them to use .
Avoid putting the Wifi router in close range of some objects
Your WiFi releases electromagnetic waves, and any of those surfaces (Mirror, metallic, microwaves, even Aquarium tank, washing machines, refrigerator, drones, or baby monitors) will reflect, slow down and stop Wifi from spreading largely in your house if they are near to the router.
Set Up a Wireless Range Hdmi Extender
Range extenders pickup the existing Wi-Fi signal from your wireless router and simply rebroadcast it to another room where you need to have internet.
Reboot Your Wi-Fi
Like computers, modems and routers sometimes get stuck in a bad, slow, overloaded state. This problem can be fixed with a reboot… To reboot them, unplug each from their respective power outlets for 30 seconds.
No Internet connection
Periodically, something glitches and the router or modem (or combination) just stop communicating. There isn’t always an explanation. It just happens. If Disconnecting the router from power and wait at least 30 seconds doesn’t help… go to the nearest coffee shop or get on the phone with your Internet service provider (ISP) and let them know you’re affected. Sadly, this usually won’t do much to speed up the recovery time, but it can help the ISP know more about which areas are affected by an outage.
Consider a brand new router
If you have tried everything above and still aren’t satisfied with your wireless connection, it may be time to upgrade your router. If you purchased your router years ago, you may be stuck on an older wireless standard. You may want to consider purchasing a router with newer networking technology, like 802.11n or 802.11ac