Wireless Interference occurs when the signal coming from your wireless router is affected by another electronic device. Due to the 2.4Ghz frequency transmitted from your router and other household electronics, you can get overlapping channels that could cause the signal to falter.  

The following devices could affect your broadband signal and should be turned off when not in use, or placed far from the router.

  • Wireless printer
  • Secondary wireless router
  • Wireless extender
  • Google Chromecast
  • Microwave
  • Baby monitor
  • Wireless Video camera
  • Neighbour's Wi-Fi signal

If you would like to improve your signal, it is best to try and change the wireless channel on your router. To decipher which channel would be the best choice, download a free wireless analyser app.