Although wireless networks are very useful, they can easily be impaired by several physical and networking issues, some of which can be easily resolved to provide more effective service.
As we all know, wireless networks rely on radio waves, thus the things which can disrupt over-the-air television, or radio reception can also cause problems with wireless.
Here are some troubleshooting tips to help you solve issues with your wireless networks.
1. First of all, change your physical location relevant to the router. The closer you are to it, the better, as the wireless signals get weaker with distance. However, it might be difficult to this when you are at a public hotspot, as it will be difficult to tell where the router is. In such cases, walk around the space you are in, watching your wireless signal meter and locate a spot where the signal is strong.