There are some issues to consider when arranging wireless computers on a wireless home or business network.
One is the distance between wireless systems the other is potential sources of interference with the wireless radio signals
Proper antenna configuration is a critical factor in maximizing radio range. As a general guide, range increases in proportion to antenna height.
I know this might seem difficult to do but it’s not as difficult as it sounds just try and move the wireless router or antenna to a different location – higher is always better when arranging wireless computers
Wireless Distances Can Be Tricky
When arranging wireless computers, although there are usually ways to extend distance when using signal boosters and multiple wireless routers or access points.
Wi-Fi networking can work through most walls and other building structures, but the range is much better in open spaces.
The range of wireless adapters outdoors can be up to 1500 feet (457 meters)
Indoors at up to 300 feet (91 meters)
But Don’t Forget That These Ranges Are Under Ideal Circumstances Without Interference.
Quick Tip: When arranging wireless computers. The indoor range is the most sensitive and really depends on the structural elements of your home.
Which Will Have The Best Range
Range of a wireless system is based more on the frequency Then the band that it operates in vs. the standard that it uses.
Although makers of 802.11a equipment might disagree, the 5GHz frequency that 802.11a wireless equipment operates in results in a shorter range than 802.11b or g products when used in the typical residential environment.
802.11b and g-based equipment operates in the lower-frequency 2.4GHz frequency band, which suffers from less signal reduction when passing through the walls and ceilings of your home.
802.11b and 802.11g’s range advantages will tend to be neutralized if your wireless LAN is set up in an “open field” environment that has no obstructions between the Access Points and clients.
Interference With Home Wireless Devices
Large amounts of metals in the walls can be a problem for example heating-air conditioning-metal lath, especially older homes. Wireless networks broadcast on the same 2.4Ghz frequency as cordless phones and microwave ovens.
These devices are not supposed to interfere with each other, but occasionally they might, so try and keep your computers away from the deices (ex: micro wave ovens-cordless phones) this is especially true for base stations when arranging wireless computers.
Although normal desktops which function without mission critical services are relatively unaffected by the odd drop in connection. That’s not the case if you’re running servers which provide remote access or applications. For example always on systems such as firewalls and proxies like these rotating proxies should be shielded from any interference if possible.
The 802.11a equipment , and especially the dual band A and G products, is appealing in cases where there is potential conflicts, specifically, if you are heavily dependent on 2.4GHz cordless phones, and most of the cordless phones use this range.
Try This And Overcome The Wireless Obstruction
Keep your wireless devices away from the above appliances
Raise your access point and keep them out of the way of office workers which can cause interference
Move the PC away from any metal cabinets to a better location that’s not under your desk
Use a repeater that rebroadcast a signal from the access point, can eliminate dead spots