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2.4GHz vs. 5GHz WiFi: What's the difference?

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2.4 GHz - The 2.4 GHz frequency of the wifi router offers the wifi user a wide coverage area and is better at penetrating solid objects with a maximum speed of 150 Mbps. On the other hand, it has a lower data range and is highly prone to interference and disturbance. 5 GHz - The 5 GHz frequency facilitates the customer with a higher data range with negligible interference and offers a great deal when it comes to the internet speeds for wifi for home. Contrary to this benefit, it has a narrow coverage area and is not a successful band when it comes to penetrating solid objects. If you have questions or need any assistance troubleshooting, just visit: Eero Help | Velop Setup
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