If the Wi-Fi signal is not present in every room of your home, the reason for this is not always the quality of the Wi-Fi router, nor where it is placed. Even with a strong signal, the distance or number of obstacles (such as walls and objects) can be such that when the signal reaches that room it is already weakened.
You could ask a technician to extend a network cable from your router to the farthest rooms, thus connecting your devices directly, or create new wireless access points. However, this is a lot of work and is often expensive.
A simple way to solve this problem is to use signal repeaters. The repeater is nothing more than a device that receives the signal from the router and amplifies it, transmitting it again and extending its range. Some repeaters work by receiving the signal over the wireless network, while others work by using electrical wiring to transmit the signal from one location to another, where it can again be transmitted via Wi-Fi.
The first scene shows a man in a living room using a laptop. He gets up and goes to another room. In this scene, the following phrase appears: "Wi-Fi works here."
In the second scene, the character seems upset and pensive, because the Wi-Fi does not reach the room he is in. In this scene, the following phrase appears: "But not here."
In the third scene, in the same room, a Wi-Fi repeater appears that plugs into the socket. In this scene, the following phrase appears: "Use Wi-Fi repeaters."
In the fourth scene, the character sits in the chair with his laptop and the Wi-Fi works. In this scene, the following phrases appear: "They expand the signal and are easy to use" and "Expand the reach of your Internet connection."
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