Re: Couple of Questions
Well, yes. It's like a cell phone. Some of my friends live in Chino Hills California (lots of hills and terrain) and signal there sucks bad for everything wireless. I would go online at my friends house and boom, connection gets dropped. I have virtually no signal on my cell phone either. It depends on your location too. If you have a cell phone and get good reception in your house, you should get a pretty clear signal with your wireless network too. I have a Linksys wireless network here that I am running off of and my network never drops. In fact, my signal is always reading "Excellent".
Sometimes, your wireless telephone at home can disrupt your signal also. Both use the same 2.4GHz frequency. That is why some people alter their router and network card to operate a higher frequency or buy a new 5.8GHz phone.
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