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How Does A WiFi Repeater Work? A WiFi Repeater effectively contains two wireless routers, similar to the wireless router you already have in your home or office. One of these wireless routers picks up the existing WiFi network. It then transfers the signal to the other wireless router, which transmi
Apr 28, 2017 - A wireless repeater receives existing wireless signals and re-broadcasts them, increasing the range of your wireless network. This doesn't require a wired connection to the router, but offers worse performance. An access point is simply a second router offering wireless access to the

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Jun 15, 2010 - If you're upgrading to a faster, stronger wireless router, don't chuck your older Wi- Fi box. With the magic of DD-WRT, you can turn your older wireless router into a range-expanding Wi-Fi repeater to cover everywhere you need a connection.
For example, if you only want to maximize performance, it may be better to simply add Ethernet connections or additional routers to weak Wi-Fi zones. Also, you probably don't need to spend more than $100 on a Wi-Fi extender, because you could get an additional router or wired connection for the same
Oct 10, 2017 - If you have a large house or simply a Wi-Fi blackspot, you can use a second router to cure the problem. Here's our helpful guide on how to set up a spare wireless router to act as a repeater.
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