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Network & Internet - Home Network System

Wireless Internet

We’ve seen how wireless internet has turned our lives around. We can stay connected to the Internet even while on the move. We can do this by joining another nearby WiFi network when we’re out, or by switching on our mobile data connection. Yet new developments are continuing to emerge as the system evolves. The latest evolution in WiFi is about to turn things around again.

Traditional WiFi Vs. Mesh WiFi

Mesh WiFi is a different type of WiFi system. In what way? You might recall that there's a drawback to the earlier WiFi system. A WiFi router was great until it had several devices connected to it. This has the effect of diluting the signal's power. as the router has the capacity to support a limited number of devices. More attached devices means less signal strength per user. This is where mesh nodes will change everything. It amplifies the strength of the home signal. Instead of routers, it uses devices called mesh nodes. These are little radio transmitters which work like routers. It’s like having many routers distributed around the house. Yet all these 'routers' or 'mesh nodes' are part of one system. So it's not so much a WiFi connection, as it's a WiFi network. This enables us to create a smart home for ourselves. We can attach a smart lighting system and a smart home security system to our home network. It empowers us to have remote control over our lighting and alarm systems.

WiFi Extender

Until now, if we needed a stronger Internet connection, we had two options. We either had to install another router or add a WiFi extender. Extenders repeat the WiFi signal, but it can result in creating a duplicate network, neither of which works well. Internet connection technology is evolving. The WiFi system using mesh nodes moves beyond the limitations of the traditional router. It creates uniform coverage by placing identical units at different points in a building. So as we can see, this new WiFi development is a big improvement on the earlier version. It brings the concept of wireless network to the next level.