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Old 04-06-2019, 12:09 PM   #4
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Re: WiFi repeater

Agree with Gasman.
Routers do indeed have two different channels. Both will normally be available for use. Some 'connected' devices will use one - other devices will use the other.
AFAIK no devices will use both and I don't see how that would provide a better signal

I've been using powerline adapters for the past 5 years or so to extend my wifi network to all corners of my house and into the garden. They are cheap and work well. Far better than the old wifi extender I used to use
However they do NOT speed up your wifi network and certainly have no effect on your internet speed
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