Question about usefulness of AC/wifi range extenders (perhaps a bit OT?)
Has anyone had experience with the AC range extenders for wifi? We've
got a large-ish house with computer users in the basement, on the first
floor and on the second floor. As you can imagine, folks in the nether
regions have a hard time getting a consistent signal out of our
router, if any signal at all. And for some reason, when the weather gets
really rainy or snowy, it seems hard to keep a signal even when on the
same floor as the router...
Guidance on how useful these are would be gratefully received! ;-)
With best regards,
Peter N. Spotts | Science reporter
The Christian Science Monitor
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