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Old 6th June 2011, 13:59   #1
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Default What's Killing Your Wi-Fi?

We reveal the hidden and unexpected threats to your wireless network and how to banish them

Appallingly slow speeds, dropped connections, and routers that are working fine one minute and apparently drop off the face of the Earth the next – anyone who has ever set up a Wi-Fi network will have battled with these problems.

Despite huge advances in speed and range, Wi-Fi remains one of the most unreliable everyday technologies, according to industry experts.
“People calling in with problems attributed to Wi-Fi is a significant part of our call base,” said Adrian Pote, general manager of broadband devices at BT, Britain’s biggest ISP.
In this feature, we’re going to find out exactly what Wi-Fi’s problem is.
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