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How can I boost my Google nest WIFI signal? 

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We show with various experiments that we can reliably detect WiFi-enabled mobile phones from the air at distances up to 200 m. By using a custom mobile application that triggers WiFi scanning with the display off, we can simultaneously extend battery life and increase WiFi scanning frequency, compared to keeping the phone in the default scanning mode.

A range of simulations for indoor and multicarrier scenarios show that fair coexistence between LAA and WiFi can be achieved, and that deployment of LAA can provide a boost in WiFi performance.

Our analysis shows that throughput of a WiFi network can be enhanced by adding or replacing WiFi access points (APs) with LAA E-UTRAN Node Bs (eNBs), at the expense of different levels of WiFi performance degradation.

The careful deployment of hotspots in such areas allow to maximize WiFi offloading, a viable solution to the recent boost up of mobile data consumption.

For home and work environments, aggressive WiFi scans can significantly improve the speed at which mobile nodes join the WiFi network.

This suggests further deployment of WiFi access points or WiFi sharing incentives to increase data rates for WiFi and energy efficiency of mobile access.

We show how these techniques can boost and enhance wireless networking operation in the 60 GHz band.

This method results in an Android-based personal navigation system that works robustly with only few locations of the WiFi access points known in advance, avoiding the need to survey WiFi signal in the whole area.

Indeed, burstiness in modern WiFi standards may improve network performance, and we show that a Bursty QUIC (BQUIC), i. e., a customized version of QUIC that is targeted to increase its burstiness, can achieve better performance in WiFi.

Improving Performance of QUIC in WiFi
15 Apr 2019  3 citations

Additionally, both AGO and CGO mechanisms can improve the overall WiFi offloading performance.