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I'd check the channel usage.
For Android there is an app I use: Wifi Analyzer[^] which shows you how many other routers are on the same channel, or close and suggests better ones. It also lets you monitor the signal strength in near real-time as you move around.
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As Griff says, check the channel allocation. What other SSID are appearing, possibly causing interference using the same channels or channel overlap. Check which frequency everything is using. if every man and dog around is on 2.4, and your hardware supports it, switch to 5 (depending on distance etc.).
Also, look at the direction, are you looking at extending out in one direction, i.e. possible reflector option at main AP. Also look at the antenna angles, positioning, can the router be moved slightly near a doorway etc. All these help.
WifiAnalyser is definitely an excellent tool to play around with until you get things optimal.
In UK, I got so fed up with (what felt like) constantly replacing and poor performance Wifi Routers and Extenders that I ripped them out and hard wired in Ubiquiti POE UniFi APs, one upstairs and one downstairs. wired back to a Ubiquiti Switch and Ubiquiti Router.....so much better and never any problems now.
Over here in Qatar I have linksys AP (wired back to cannot be removed fibre router, telecoms company owned)and 2 Linksys Extenders, they can be problematic and need to be rebooted every so often. I am wanting to do the same as the Uk and replace them with Ubiquiti gear, so after holidays maybe look at how can get the wiring through the building (concrete walls and false ceilings).
OK, so 100 is the average intelligence. Without really thinking about it, one kind of assumes that average is... well, you know - meh, average. Not smart, not stupid, just... average. But actually, has anyone done any studies to really get a handle on just what average intelligence amounts to? (Other than answering IQ tests...) 'cos I think it's probably pretty damned stupid.
I'm asking this in all seriousness - not trying to have a rant. What is average intelligence - just how smart (or dumb) is someone with an IQ of 100?
For example - how would such people fare in:
applications to an average university
a course to become an airline pilot
learning to program in C#
running for public office (ha ha just joking with that one!)
..this sort of thing...
 just to be clear: I am not looking for a scientifically rigorous answer - the question doesn't have one, I know that. Just.. as the title says: how smart is average?
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