The world of broadband service is two-sided. On the one hand, there’s the amazing power of this wireless form of communication. It’s more than cat videos. A strong broadband signal gives the user maximum opportunities for productivity.
The other side of broadband service … Well, that’s frustration when it doesn’t work. It’s when a simple cat video won’t upload. It’s the maddening feeling that rises inside you when a powerful signal in one room doesn’t work in another. No matter what you do, it seems the broadband signal can’t reach a few feet more.
So, you call your Internet Service Provider (ISP) in this situation. They should know what to do to even out the signal. And, they try their best. However, no matter what they do, it can’t be boosted. So, they shrug their proverbial shoulders and move on.
This leaves you with a conundrum. You need to operate at full capacity. Yet, you can’t move everything to the area with the strongest signal. You need something to even it out. This is where a broadband power divider is a necessity.
If you’ve never used a power divider before, it’s not what it sounds like. In other words, it doesn’t take the broadband signal and divide it into two weaker parts. Instead, it takes the signal and expands its reach while maintaining the same bandwidth. So, the strength is the same in your area and in the room where the modem or router is located.
You may think something which splits a signal, yet maintains its strength, is costly. This is not the case. Many companies, like Werlatone, have been in the signal-boosting market for decades. Thus, they know how to help while keeping the cost down. What they require from you is some information. This gives them the chance to select the right adapter for your location.
What do they need to know? Most important is the broadband strength and where the router/modem is located. Engineers from these companies may be able to come out for a site survey. From this, they can determine if the main source is centrally located for maximum reach. And, even if they suggest it be moved, they may also recommend a broadband divider to boost the signal.