Resolving issues with Wi-Fi (2.4 GHz).
Modified on: Thu, 31 Jan, 2019 at 1:05 PM
Problems commonly encountered while using Wi-Fi:
- Inputs delay due to high latency
- Visual artifacts
In case you cannot use ethernet-cable directly:
Recommendations that can help in case of Wi-Fi problems and improve quality of the signal:
- Restart your router (Turn it off completely, wait 10-15 seconds, turn it back on)
- Change Wi-Fi channel: choose an optimal one between 1, 6 and 11.
If that doens't help, a more precise settings might help.
- Limit your Wi-Fi Channel Width to 20 MHz
- Change 802.11 Mode to N (Transfer Type).
- Change authentication method to WPA2-PSK
- Change encryption method to AES
- Update the drivers for your Wi-Fi adapter
We managed to get great results:
Important to know:
- Amount of problems and the chance of their occurence increases with the number of connected devices.
- Any applications that use internet bandiwtch can cause problems, such as browsers, torrents, online videos.
- Outdated software and drivers can cause troubles, keep your computer up to date.
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