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Good WIFI and Bad WIFI

posted Nov 20, 2017, 11:50 PM by Amir Borenstein, No Rad   [ updated Jan 10, 2018, 1:40 AM ]
Q - Hi Amir,
Hope you are doing fantastically well.
Just wanted to say thank you for all your help.
The Gabba is really helping me and so are the emf cloths i have been using while traveling.
I have one quick question for you...
The last three places I lived had wifi and it didn't bother me.
Currently, where I'm at.. It really does.
Is there a bandwidth/setting that is less powerful than others .... And that could be the reason why?
I don't have the option of going wired....
I truly appreciate your help.

L. ;)
USA 21/11/2017)

A - Hello L.
In order to understand why you react to one house with WIFI and not to another house with WIFI, you need to try and understand what systems are deployed and installed in these houses.
For example, there are WIFI routers with only 2.4GHz band, and others with both 2.4 and 5GHz bands.
For example, there are WIFI routers with external antennas that have more "strength" and routers with internal antennas.
It is possible that in one house there are "WIFI extenders" deployed, and an other house with only one router.
It is possible that in one house you have a WIFI device next to you and in another house the closest WIFI device is far a way.
Use your RF meter to search the house for WIFI devices and other wireless/cellular devices in order to tray and understand why you react in one house and not in the other.
In addition, going wired should be your primary priority. 
If you have not choice but to use WIFI, try to use an external WIFI network card with an 5-10 meter powered USB cable, and more the device away from you
Like this:
USB cable -
All the best