Deciding where to place a Wi-Fi router at home to minimise signal blackspots is a fine art.
But a physicist has attempted to tackle the problem by mathematically working out the optimum position for a router.
He studied how walls and reflections affected signal strength and concluded that, as common sense might suggest, there’s just no beating the centre of a house for router location.
Via [The Daily Mail]
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