Google points out why WiFi mesh routers help solve many problems, first of all, wireless network performance not up to expectations.
The wireless mesh router is a circular device that can cover an area of approximately 140 square meters with its WiFi signal (to reach 420 square meters using three units). Google WiFi has a versatile access point that supports the creation of mesh networks. Google WiFi connects to the main modem or modem router and allows you to set up a stable and high-performance wireless network. Using the mesh approach, Google WiFi allows you to combine multiple units to effectively cover every corner of the building, both inside and outside.
The Google mesh technology allows you to set up a WiFi characterized by a single SSID, with the connected client devices that will automatically connect to the nearest or more powerful access point, so as to maximize data transfer speeds ensuring a connection always available – without moments of “darkness” in the transition from one unit to another.
Google WiFi is one of the best products available on the market, which offers complete coverage of the house with fast and reliable internet signals.
Google WiFi is an important device when it comes to delivering the internet in the house because this device makes sure that the entire premises are covered on a single network. Google WiFi will fix the problems that are quite common in traditional routers, so it becomes important to switch to this device because it is the future of wireless networking after all.
The comments come from Sanjay Noronha, product manager of the Nest project and Google expert on WiFi routers. The points raised by Sanjay Noronha are valid and there is no reason for any expert to deny those points.
Noronha explains that “the impression” of many users referring to a slower WiFi at certain times of the day is not at all a “false myth”. In very populated areas it happens that several neighboring wireless routers use the same communication channels and, consequently, overlapping frequencies. In these cases, an examination of the frequency spectrum helps a lot and resolves the choice of a different channel.
Google WiFi uses a technique called band steering that deals with dynamically moving the use of the WiFi channel depending on the level of congestion detected. This is the most interesting aspect of Noronha’s analysis, which also refers to the correct positioning of the router and the benefits deriving from the use of a set of devices such as Google WiFi that combines an attractive design with the optimized coverage deriving from the mesh solution.
It is evident that Google WiFi can really be a solution provider to slow internet problems experienced by many users, but it is important to consider that the devices are installed properly. Placement of Google WiFi is also important because if the devices are placed inappropriately, then you will experience issues.