Limited LAN Access of simulation games lan

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A wireless LAN has a limited access of about 5 Yards. So that is why, simulation games LAN lost its signals and stop working. How can I extend the signals of Wireless LAN to play easily?

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Limited LAN Access of simulation games lan

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So, you are asking on how to extend the range of wireless LAN to help fix your problem with simulation games. You can try on using repeaters to extend the range covered by the signal of your wireless Local Area Network. Access points and WiFi routers play a dominate role for providing radio frequency (RF) coverage in wireless LAN deployments. In some situations, however, there may be coverage holes where users need access to the network.

A repeater simply regenerates radio signals in order to extend the range of a wireless LAN. The repeater doesn’t physically connect by wire to any part of the network. Instead, a repeater receives radio signals (802.11 frames) from an access point, wireless client device, or another repeater and retransmits the frames without changing the frame contents. This makes it possible for a repeater located between an access point and distant user to act as a relay point for frames traveling back and forth between the user and the access point. For the full explanation on this matter, please visit Extend Wireless LAN Range with Repeaters.

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