Thursday, July 15, 2021

Getting wifi in your garden office

An evergreen question for new shedworkers is sorting out the question of wifi in the garden office. We've covered it several times before, but here is a good new general guide from Wired (who are naturally something of experts on this issue). Here's a snippet:

If you have a large garden, large house or just worry that Wi-Fi extenders won’t be quite enough for what you have in mind, invest in a mesh network. They aren't too dissimilar to Wi-Fi extenders, but they’re typically more powerful, reliable and effective when it comes to creating a network of multiple sources of Wi-Fi around your home and into your garden.

Put simply, a mesh network is a group of devices that act as a single Wi-Fi network. Instead of boosting a signal from a single router, they all act as additional sources - or points - of Wi-Fi around the house and they communicate with each other wirelessly.


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