Take note of the Internet speed you subscribed from your ISP - at the end of the day, that's what you want to get everywhere in your home.
If you want higher speeds than what you are currently subscribed to - talk to your ISP, as WiFi would not be able to get you faster.
In the example we give in this article - subscribed Internet speeds are 100Mbps download and 10Mbps upload.
Make sure you are connected to your home WiFi network.
If you are not yet connected - move as close as possible to your home WiFi router, and try again.
While standing as close as possible to your home WiFi router - test the speed of your network.
If the speeds you get are less than 90% of your subscribed speeds (when the test device is placed as close as possible to your home WiFi router):
In our example - the router is located in the living room and we placed the smartphone we used was less than 1 ft away from it.
Have a look at the screen capture of our speed tests next to the router.
In our example the speeds are good (compared to our ISP subscription) so we continue.
While standing as close as possible to your home WiFi router - test the stability of your network.
You can use the app in fasTest Loop mode to test the stability of the WiFi connection.
If the network is not stabled next to your home WiFi router:
Have a look at the screen capture of our stability test next to the router.
Our example stability is very good so we continue.
Once you tested next to your home WiFi router - and established what's the best possible result could be - test again every place in your home where you wish to use WiFi (either form mobile devices such as smartphones or laptops, or for fixed devices such as smart TVs or home automation cameras).
Have a look at the screen captures of our speed and stability tests in our example bedroom ...
... and on our example balcony:
Once you performed tests all around - analyze the results.
There's no "right" result, but you can certainly see results that require a solution:
In our example - while signal is best in the living room and acceptable in the bedroom - the quality on the balcony leaves a lot to be desired: inconsistent speeds and an unstable signal.
Have a look at the screen capture of our comparative performance report (produced by the app Compare function, comparing all stored test results).
Now, when you completed your analysis, it's time to take action.
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