Netgear Wi-Fi Boosters, Extenders and Antennas
Slow Wi-Fi connection, or poor coverage, is not something that you should succumb to. It is possible to improve your Internet connection. You do not necessarily require a new router for this purpose, the Netgear Wi-Fi boosters and extenders may well do the job for you. These small devices do a lot and you do not have to install metres of cables or drill any holes just to ensure better coverage. Learn more about the different aspects to consider and find a booster for your needs.Netgear Device Compatibility with the Wi-Fi Standards
Different Wi-Fi standards offer different speeds. Wi-Fi standards include A, B, G and N as well as two radio frequency bands, 2.4GHz and 5GHz, and AC, AD and AX standards. If your router is anything older than an N-compatible device, you should start improving your Wi-Fi coverage by replacing the router, because a Wi-Fi booster would not help too much.Wi-Fi Range for Netgear Extenders
Choose your Netgear extender based on the range you need to achieve. There is no point spending too much to create an expansive range you really do not need or purchasing an extender that does too little. Netgear divides its devices into categories depending on the size of your home. The categories are small, medium, large and very large homes, respectively.Netgear Booster Form Factor
Netgear Wi-Fi extenders are either desktop or wall plug devices. If you want to save on space, opt for a wall plug form factor. Such boosters simply require a socket. Desktop Wi-Fi boosters are not too big either, but you do need a place where to put them as well as a socket for plugging it in.Netgear Extender Antennas
The Netgear Wi-Fi range extenders are available in two types: with internal or external antennas. If the signal is really bad, opt for an external antenna because this can boost the signal much more than the internal antenna. However, if you need a truly sleek design and do not like protruding parts, choose a device with an internal antenna.