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Network Extender can enhance your wireless coverage within your home. It will help ensure that you can always access the top data speeds and the best calling connection available through our wireless network. When it comes to amping the WiFi signal in your home, a rose by any other name is not as sweet. The type of device you use matters. It’s important to understand the differences between alternatives. 

I have trouble getting WiFi signal in some corners of my house. What should I try first?
There are a couple of solutions to try before opting for a WiFi extender. The simplest is to try moving the location of your WiFi router. It should be in the most central location possible. If that doesn’t help (or if changing location just isn’t practical) check if your router needs to be upgraded. If you’ve had an older model for many years, it could be time for an upgrade to a more powerful model.

What’s the difference between a WiFi Extender, Booster or Repeater?
WiFi extenders boosters, and repeaters are mostly the same thing - devices to improve WiFi coverage. There isn’t a clearly defined difference between devices that manufacturers describe as “repeaters” and devices described as “extenders”. However, not all WiFi extenders work in the exact same way. There are several different kinds of devices available and below we aim to explain what those differences are and how they work, so that you can choose the best WiFi repeater for your circumstances.


What is a WiFi Extender?

A WiFi extender is a type of WiFi booster that extends your main router’s internet signal to another location. It connects to your home network via an Ethernet cable or coaxial cable. Basically, it’s like adding another router to any WiFi “dead zone” in your home. Because a WiFi extender uses a wired connection, it does not reduce your bandwidth or get weaker from thick walls or radio waves like a WiFi repeater does. Also, you will not need to sign in to different WiFi networks with an extender.

What is a WiFi Booster?

A WiFi booster is a general term for both WiFi repeaters and WiFi extenders. Since both devices boost your network’s signal, you will see WiFi repeaters and WiFi extender called WiFi boosters.

What is a WiFi Repeater?

A WiFi repeater is a type of network booster that expands the range of your WiFi signal. It has antennas that receive a WiFi signal from your router, just like your smartphone or laptop. Then it rebroadcasts that signal over a wider area. While a WiFi repeater will expand the range of your WiFi signal, it will also make your WiFi signal weaker. Since a WiFi repeater creates a new network that you have to connect to, it will reduce your network’s bandwidth by 50%. That means your devices might be slower, especially if you are streaming or transferring large files over your network.

Types of WiFi Extenders:
While WiFi boosters, repeaters and network extenders are nearly interchangeable terms for the same piece of equipment, there are different types of network extenders that work in slightly different ways:

External Antennas: Some extenders have external antennas that connect to wireless devices to send and receive WiFi signals. Generally, these are plug-and-play devices that require little to no technical knowledge to install.
Powerline Adapters: Another standard design for a WiFi range extender is a powerline adapter. This kit allows the electrical circuit in your home or office to send the internet signal. The package usually comes with two plugs. One plug goes into the router and the other plug installs on the device you wish to connect to the internet. This type of setup is most often used with game consoles and smart televisions. This type of extender does not typically experience the network lag issues sometimes seen with other extender types.
Weather-Proof Extenders: There are weather-proof designs that can boost WiFi signal. These are great for adding more coverage to areas like a backyard, several different floors of a building, basement area or anywhere that has previously been a challenge for devices to receive WiFi signal.
Router/Extender Combos: Another design that is gaining traction with users is the combination router and range extender. This combo unit plugs into your modem and leverages a satellite that receives, repeats and boosts the original WiFi signal. These devices use a single name on the network (SSID), so the connection is simple and seamless. This type of WiFi extender may also be designed with Gigabit Ethernet ports to enable wired devices and a faster WiFi standard.


Improve WiFi Around Home
When everyone in the house is using WiFi at once, things can slow down and get spotty. You may even have dead zones in and around your home where you get no WiFi. When streaming video, your screen might freeze or buffer for a few seconds intermittently. In these cases, you can purchase a network adapter or extender to bring the WiFi network to those places where it’s typically weak or non-existent.