①. Place the router in an open place. Its connection speed is affected by distance, obstacles (such as walls, floors, and ceilings), electronic interference, and the number of users on the network. All of these will cause the Wi-Fi connection speed to drop. In order to get the best signal, place the wireless router in an open location on the main floor of the house, away from walls and obstacles. Keep it away from other electronic devices that may cause interference, such as microwave ovens, refrigerators, and cordless phones. You can also try to adjust the antenna, pointing to one horizontally and one vertically.
②Adjust the router settings to obtain the best performance. You can fine-tune the channel selection on the router. By default, many wireless routers are set to run on channel 6. This means that the neighbor's router may also be running on channel 6. Due to the large number of devices connected to this channel, this channel will be congested. Adjust to other routers with larger bandwidth and fewer channels to increase Internet speed. Smart wireless router can choose the best frequency for you and your environment. If your router has the function of automatically switching between frequencies, you can check the wireless router settings to see if it is automatically switching channels and frequencies to get the best settings.
③If necessary, you can install a repeater or extender to enhance the wireless signal of the router.