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 Discover How WiFi Can Be Better

Those who live in large apartments or private homes often face a situation where one wireless router as good as it may be, cannot provide full and consistent Wi-Fi coverage throughout the entire home.

 As a result in one room, the speed is perfect and in the other part of the house, there are dead areas called where the signal level is too low to be useful or disappear completely.

Until recently the problem was "solved" by installing a second router and its most important feature was compiler mode support. 

What it means? In short more effort and often more problems! You can configure the second router to extend the signal of the first which makes the connection a little more stable.

 But even though the coverage area has increased and stabilized significantly there is another problem: the connection speed in each new compiler drops considerably.

Eero is a great example of the new breed of WiFi systems when they developed the first home WiFi products created specifically to solve this problem using a technology called 'Network Network'.

 Unfortunately, weird sales in the past were limited to the US, but now you can purchase Euro in Australia so we thought it was time to help people understand the new way to do things and why networking is the way to go!

The amazing Wi-Fi system (or any network) consists of several devices: at least one 'base' station and a few smaller cheaper beacons designed to fit anywhere as needed and expand the network coverage. 

Most products have pre-defined packages designed for houses of a certain size - eero has packages for 1-2 houses 2-4 and 3-5 + bedrooms consisting of 1 eero + 1 Beacon 1 eero + 2 Beacons and 3 euros respectively.

To install enough connect one Eero device to the network and place other access points in remote rooms that provide a stable Wi-Fi signal. Eero engineers have implemented a networking model, meaning all nodes are officially equal and the system manages itself.

So unlike the "Recover 1 to Recover 2" program where the main router is used to manage all network and routing problems and the other devices just try to pass this information as dumb extensions all three scary devices are full routers creating a network where each node serves as a transit point for another node in the system Working together to give a strong signal evenly distributed throughout the network.

 It eliminates dead spots and vulnerabilities in your home WiFi - wherever you have WiFi within the network you have a strong signal.

Also part of the new breed of WiFi systems is the option to integrate with a dedicated app on your phone to allow easy management of all aspects of system speed testing and more. 

If you ever had to go into a weird web address and use a confusing and ugly web interface to set up a router, you will know how big a deal this is. 

For example, as well as providing all the management functions you would expect the eero app to automatically connect to your wireless network see how many devices are connected to the network check your network speed and see how much traffic is consumed. 

These new systems are also smart enough to automatically install updates and enhancements that make the system work much more stably - they are kept secure and up to date without the need for 'tampering'.

Although we would be happy to list all the features made possible by the fact that these systems include a dedicated application, but they change and the time is short! 

However, we think the ability to easily create a new network from your smartphone or add a guest quickly without having to share or remember your password - time savers have become super simple with a few taps on your phone - Rate a quick mention.

Finally, while routers in general can be ugly animals scattered on antennas and cables, some of the new breed of routers is enough to be proud of in any home. 

Given that we all have WiFi in our homes it's amazing that it took a long time until the design of these devices was an important consideration (I guess Apple created nice routers but they were exceptional and now they are completely outdated with their WiFi router technology).

 Again as an example, the scary design is minimalist and extremely elegant - it seems that the type of device that Apple may release if they decide to be relevant in WiFi again ...

We hope this has helped you get acquainted with what Mesh Network is why it is better than older WiFi systems and how it works and we hope you are now interested in exploring the options available. Faster and better WiFi possible! If you're looking for more information typing keywords like 'network networks' into Google should give you a lot.

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