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Our 40 Years of Experience Delivering Reliable Wireless Solutions
Our team of wireless specialist can help your determine the products for your home or office to get the best WiFi experience. Our team are trained and certified wireless specialists which ensure you get the optimal coverage and performance. We can install, configure and certify your WiFi solution.
With high speed NBN you need WiFi that works
We can help you get fast and reliable internet in ever room of your home or office. Book and appointment for a wireless specialist to visit you and we conduct a review of your WiFi issues.
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Tang Technology wireless specialists can provide remote and onsite expertise to help plan, deploy, manage, optimise or troubleshoot WiFi networks
Why are we specialists in wireless technology
We know wireless communications technologies. Our specialists have installed thousands of solutions for homes, businesses, schools, industry and large scale mine camps, we have 40 years of expertise to deliver the optimum wireless solution.
Wireless Technology — FAQs
Why does my Wi-Fi disconnect frequently or run slowly?
Every single home or office in the world has some degree, whether small or large, of wireless interference – or EMI (electro-magnetic interference). Additionally, interference sometimes originates from outside the home. This can cause issues maintaining a connection to the wireless network and can also affect the speed of the wireless connection. Wireless performance cannot be guaranteed due the many variables in homes or office which can affect wireless connections. However new standards and hardware installed correctly can minimise the performance impact of interference.
My NBN connection is 100Mb or higher but my wifi cannot go faster than 20Mb why?
Many WiFi router and WiFi access points installed in the past 5 years could only support a maximum WiFi throughput of 56Mb at best, when you add smart TV’s, streaming media, Foxtel, Amazon Alexa the list goes on and on, the WiFi network cannot cope. The newer standards of 5.8Ghz AC and beyond can run as high as 800Mb to 1300Mb thus allowing the full potential of the NBN high speed network to be enjoyed. The achieve these speed careful planning and WiFi design is required using the correct equipment.
How high is the WiFi router or WiFi access point off the ground?
Generally we want the router or access point to be about 1m to 3m off of the ground, or in other words, at about the same height as the devices being used or even higher. The higher the WiFi router or access point the better the signal and unobstructed line of site to the WiFi device.
Will the wireless signal traveling through walls and glass?
Some walls cause interference more than others. For example, walls made of steel will cause massive interference, concrete and 1950’s solid clay brick walls are impervious to wireless signals, walls with plumbing in them will cause significant interference, and walls with electrical wiring inside will also cause some degree of interference. Gyprock plasterboard walls offer this least impact on the WiFi signal. Glass and now some glass window treatments block all WiFi signals.
Is the WiFi router or WiFi access point near any electronic equipment?
For best results, try to separate the WiFi router or WiFi access point from any electronic devices – especially any other wireless transmission equipment and appliances, a common problem is kitchen Microwave oven, this plays havoc on early WiFi devices. Transmission devices wireless baby monitors, cordless phones, wireless headphones, and key fobs are more examples of devices that can affect your devices ability to keep a connection to the WiFi network. Careful planning and location of WiFi access points can help improve the user experience.
Which frequency is the WiFi router or WiFi access point using 2.4Ghz or 5.8Ghz?
Most WiFi routers and WiFi access point devices are dual mode using 2.4 GHz or 5.8Ghz. If troubleshooting EMI is not producing results, try setting the router to the 5.8GHz frequency. Please bear in mind, any devices which will connect to the network must be capable of communicating at 5.8 GHz. Using this frequency is particularly helpful when surrounded by other wireless networks or when all other troubleshooting fails. 5.8Ghz is now current baseline standard for high throughput in homes and offices for WiFi connection, this is commonly known as WiFi 5G, not to be confused with the mobile phone 5G network.
What security standard should I be using for my home or office?
This can depend on what the WiFi router or WiFi access point can provide, and what your WiFi device can support. If all of your devices are manufactured after 2006, your router should be configured to use WPA2-AES. This is default globally, this ensure the necessary communication encryption and prevents unauthorised access to your WiFi network, failure to have WPA2-AES will result in a breach of your WiFi network.