Saturday, December 10, 2016

High ping times on WiFi can be reduced by repositioning the AP for just a single meter!

In my recent attempt to improve my WiFi signal reception at home, I've noticed that even just slight translations of Access Point in space(time :) ) can lead to huge variations in  WiFi connection quality.That's of course expected, but the variation is quite surprisingly high.

Before 1 meter move:
avg. 2500 ms

After the move:

Test method:

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