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Slow WiFi can be caused by many factors. The common culprits behind a lagging WiFi connection include too many devices connecting to one channel, users doing bandwidth-heavy activities, the way your router is positioned, and outdated hardware and drivers. is the most accurate way for Wifi Speed Test. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Wifi Speed Test

WiFi Speed Test
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  • In general, the performance experience of
    different WiFi terminal devices in the same
    wireless network environment is different. There
    are many factors that affect the WiFi speed.
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Good WiFi Speed
  • A good Internet speed is typically over 20 to 25
    Mbps download and perhaps 5 Mbps upload.
  • A good WiFi speed is generally over 100 Mbps
    instantaneous but can be significantly higher
    especially on 5 GHz. WiFi and Internet are two
    different things.
  • Wireless Internet means connecting to the ISP by
    wireless such as using a cellular network
    connection or a Satellite ISP service.

Why is the WiFi Speed Slow?
  • This interference can cause a number of problems
  • Dropped signals Occasionally, Wi-Fi will lose
    the signal and have to reacquire it. This may not
    be a big deal for daily browsing or even
    streaming video (which gets buffered on the local
    device), because the re-acquisition happens
    quickly. But if you play online games, it can get
    pretty irritating.
  • Higher latency Increased interference can mean
    higher latency, which can be a problem for all
    the reasons we outlined in the previous section.
  • Lowered speeds More interference also means
    lower signal quality, which results in lower
    connection speeds.

How can I increase my WiFi speed?
  • Switch the Access Point / Router to a less
    crowded channel. Avoiding interference is often
    the best you can do without spending money.
  • Use a directional antenna.
  • Upgrade from 802.11b/g to 802.11n or better
  • Prefer 5GHz channels over 2.4GHz channels.
    (This is also avoiding interference.)
  • Connect some devices via ethernet if they are
    close enough to your Router or you can stretch
    ethernet cable.
  • Have more than one Access Point on different
    channels and distribute which devices connect to
    which Access Point. If you can stretch ethernet
    spread out those access points.
  • Put some devices of PowerLine Networking
    (HomePlug AV) to free up WiFi bandwidth.

What is WiFi Speed Test
  • Wi-Fi refers to the widely used wireless
    networking technology that makes use of the radio
    waves to offer access to the high-speed wireless
    Internet and network connections. To measure the
    speed you can conduct the WiFi Speed Test at
    testmyinternetspeed.org for your network
    connection. Further WiFi is a registered
    trademark term as per IEEE 802.11x standards.
    However, you may find that the term WiFi is often
    given the full form as Wireless fidelity.
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