Have you ever sat on one side of the house and the signal has not been good enough? Then a mesh network can be the solution to your problem. A mesh network uses several, small routers distributed around your home, instead of one. The small routers together form a large network with faster speed and more stable connection, and seamlessly choose the best so-called "satellite" to connect to.
Today, many different brands and suppliers manufacture mesh networks; Asus Lyra or AirTies are just a few of many. To install and set up a mesh network, you do not need to be able to program or be IT-savvy. Most models have their own app that helps you get started and tells you how to best position the different devices. The only downside is the price, which is often relatively high. On the other hand, it can be seen as an investment in the future; fast and good coverage in all places where it is needed.
A computer network is a set of computers that are connected together so that they can share information. The earliest examples of computer networks are from the 1960s, but they have come a long way in the half-century since then.
Summary - how to improve WiFi coverage at home
1) Place your router as centrally in the home as possible for the best possible coverage.
2) Use access points to get a better signal in large spaces and if you are not afraid of cables
3) Place a repeater between your router and where you want better coverage
4) Invest in a mesh network where you have several small routers instead of one large one; for best coverage and fastest connection.