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Wireless Fidelity, or how it is more commonly known – WiFi − has awarded users with the convenience and flexibility that wired internet couldn't offer. It has helped us go from being wired in to going wireless, which means it's possible to go online from any part of your home without having to link your computer, cell phones, laptop, or any other internet-enabled device with a wire. It makes it much easier for you to browse the internet from wherever you please.
Dave Soncarlos saved to Quick Saves
Plagued by poor Wi-Fi performance in certain parts of your home or office? Or just want to allow more devices to get online at once? If you have a second router that supports WDS, you can "bridge" it with your current router to expand your...
Otto Wenger saved to Tech
DIY Mini UPS for WiFi Router / Modem: In my locality, frequent load shading is a very common problem during the summer evening. I am really tired of this problem. I always wanted to have a mini UPS system that can power up my WiFi-Router/Modem for internet purposes and also charge my Sm…
Av999 saved to Electronica
If you're looking for a way to extend your wireless network without buying a mesh Wi-Fi system or extenders, you may be able to do so with a second wireless router. The second router network will need to support WDS (also called "bridging"...
Anil Sahoo saved to Quick Saves
There are several studies and observations that cite the disadvantages and health risks of leaving your router running overnight. But by turning it off, you forego several advantages, and might even limit the usefulness of your router to your home. Perhaps let’s start by looking at the possible reasons why many people leave their router running overnight, and if those pros outweigh the benefits of turning it off. #router #wifi #improvewifi
EMF 911 saved to WiFi Radiation
Repurpose an Old Wifi Router for the Internet-of-things: The popularity of internet-connected devices built with Arduino shields or single-board computers like the Raspberry Pi and Beaglebone has exploded, but for simple tasks like controlling a relay, reading a sensor, watering your garden or lighting LE…
Joost Allard saved to Projects
Never throw away the old routers you don't have use of anymore. Check out these 12 seriously creative uses for old routers that you can deploy today!
Karen Neerhof saved to DIY and Crafts