What Is the Range of Wireless Internet?

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Under ideal conditions, wireless Internet signals can get up to 300 feet of range. Discover how obstacles can affect the range of wireless Internet with help from a computer specialist in this free video on Internet connections.

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Okay, this clip will answer the question, "What is the maximum range you can get in your home for a wireless internet connection?" Under ideal conditions, you can get up to three hundred feet of range or signal. But, this is going to vary based on obstacles or things that get in the way of the wireless connection. For example, if your computer's in the basement and the walls are all brick, you're probably not going to get even close to three hundred feet depending on what's in the way as far as other walls, other structures, and so forth. But, under ideal conditions, three hundred feet is the maximum.


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