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Jan 02, 2024

WHERE you place a Wi-Fi router in the home is far more important than a lot of people realize.

Your router should ideally be kept away from speed-sucking household objects and we've rounded up four of the big culprits.

Microwaves are one of the biggest Wi-Fi speed-stealing culprits.

That's because they give out electromagnetic radiation that can interfere with your router's signals.

Even when you're not using the microwave, the metal it contains can slow down your Wi-Fi speed.

The same situation applies to the metal your oven contains.

If you have your Wi-Fi router near any metal object, it's worth moving the router or the metal item a distance away.

Your router emits radio waves that are electromagnetic.

That metal can absorb them and reduce the strength of your Wi-Fi speed.

Bluetooth speakers and other similar devices emit signals that can interfere with your Wi-Fi speed.

Wi-Fi and Bluetooth use similar radio frequencies, so this can result in disruption to either of them.

Using your vacuum near your Wi-Fi router might disrupt your speed.

Some interference is possible due to the electric motor in vacuums and the radiation they can emit.

You should put your Wi-Fi router as central in your home as possible.

Generally, you should keep it in an open area that's raised off the ground.

Always make sure your router is plugged into the master socket rather than an extension cable so it works faster.