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Better WiFi (Broadband) Series:  Changing Your Router’s Wireless Channel- Part 1

Better WiFi (Broadband) Series: Changin...

If you have nearby neighbors with Wi-Fi, the local airwaves may be congested and, therefore, slow. Users have access to three viable 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi channels: channels 1, 6, and 11. If neighbors all use one channel, congestion is maximized. If neighbors spread out across the three channels, congestion is minimized. While switching channel typically has a subtle effect on speed in normally uncongested rural areas, ensuring that you and your neighbors are not competing directly for limited local bandwidth prevents unnecessary interference where it matters most. We used Mac OS...