So the question here is how far can our Wi-Fi boosters pick up a signal from an access point. This is a bit of a loaded question because there are so many variables that can affect this. The short answer is one mile, but I would not expect this routinely as this would be under perfect conditions. Remember, a foggy morning can affect Wi-Fi distance. Wi-Fi is a line of sight signal so if you have trees, other RVs, or really any obstructions, this will diminish the signal. Make sure that when you are connecting to the RVparks access point that you have the best line of site possible. You would be amazed at the difference it can make by just moving from one side of your RV to the other side next to a window in the direction of the access point. If you are considering a Wi-Fi booster then you should understand that you will have varying experiences depending on the park you are connecting to. Overall, our customers tell us that with our Wi-Fi boosters they are now able to connect and surf the internet in places they use to could not even see the access point with their internal Wi-Fi adapters. Learn more about our Wi-Fi boosters here, and remember, our Wi-Fi booster come with our Learning Series. If you are not satisfied, return it within 30 days. Can’t beat that, and with all of the great reviews we get on these products we know you will be happy with it.
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