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Getting good internet at home can be so hard, especially when you consider that the average home connection faces all sorts of obstacles. To solve this dilemma, Home Wi-Fi systems like the Eero Wi-Fi system come into play.Getting good internet at home can be so hard, especially when you consider that the average home connection faces all sorts of obstacles. To solve this dilemma, Home Wi-Fi systems like the Eero Wi-Fi system come into play. - Eero unit

Two years ago, the Eero Wi-Fi system was developed to improve the Wi-Fi connection at home. This Mesh Wi-Fi system technology creates a seamless Wi-Fi network reinforced by three identical devices that boost broadcasted Wi-Fi signals from one AP unit to the next to cover a large area, including the Wi-Fi dead zones in your home.The Eero Wi-Fi system consists of the three identical units that all share the same network and can function as a router, a range extender or an access point. Once one unit is connected to the broadband modem, the other two can be connected wired/wirelessly to the first unit and placed throughout the house to extend the Wi-Fi range in the desired area. This Wi-Fi equipment requires an easy setup and it is useful for those who wish to scale up their home network.

According to Eero.com, the units can also boost a signal up to a 120 feet distance with only the 3 initial APs while only reducing the initial bandwidth strength to about half. That being said, in comparison to the more common, low-cost AP, the deployment of the Eero Wi-Fi system can be quite costly. In order to get full coverage in a large area, a user needs to add multiple access points or as many as up to seven APs to cover the desired area.

See details of the Eero Wi-Fi sytem tech specs below:

Getting good internet at home can be so hard, especially when you consider that the average home connection faces all sorts of obstacles. To solve this dilemma, Home Wi-Fi systems like the Eero Wi-Fi system come into play. Eero systems tech specs

 

There are currently existing routers (D-Link AC3200 Ultra Wi-Fi Router) and extenders (TP-Link AC1750 Wi-Fi Range Extender) on the market that have similar functionalities to the Eero systems.

Watch The Wall Street Journal’s full review of the Eero Wi-Fi Systems.

Cloud-based softwares like Tanaza support a wide range of Wi-Fi routers, including brands like TP-Link and D-Link

 

Which Wi-Fi devices can be Tanaza Powered? CHECK THE LIST OF SUPPORTED MODELS

 

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