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AnonymFeb 1, 2013

Why are wifi signals stronger at night?

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    Feb 1, 2013

    Main reason is less interference. Wireless signals are affected by many factors including wall density, electrical interference, directional antenna range, etc. All of these factors will affect your actual wireless range. As wireless connection quality varies the connection speeds are renegotiated. The connection may start at 54 Mbps and end up at less than 20 Mbps. Just because a particular wireless router works good at one location does not guarantee that it will have similar performance in a different location due to variance in the factors listed above. You should try to centrally locate your wireless router or gateway up high and away from dense walls and electrical and 2.4 GHz wireless interference such as microwave ovens, cordless phones, baby monitors, etc. Source(s):Internet Service Info. - http://isp1.us

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    AnonymFeb 1, 2013

    Because it is less widely used in the night

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