Thursday, November 18, 2021

How to get or improve a garden office internet connection

Getting an internet connection to your garden office (or boosting an existing connection) is one of those questions which comes up time and again in queries to Shedworking HQ and on Twitter. Gardens Illustrated is the latest to come up with a useful set of suggestions and tips and also links to places where you can buy the bits and bobs you'll need. Here's an excerpt:

"If you’re serious about your external Wi-Fi then how about a solution that’s specifically made for outdoor use? The Wavlink AC1200 is an outdoor access point that you can safely leave outside, broadcasting the internet across – on paper, but dependent on your ‘real world conditions’ – 2000 square feet of garden. This is the kind of ‘pro’ unit you’ll see attached to walls or poles, high up in pub gardens and parks and as such requires a little more technical set up than a simpler indoor extender positioned by a doorway or window."

Image courtesy Norwegian Log 


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