Posted on 2011-02-12
I have a linksys wireless G - Broadband router. I've been using this router for several years and it has been working good. I have my PC connected via an ethernet cable and my laptop connected wirelessly.
I just bought a new Samsung Series 6 6900 TV and setup my Internet@TV connection to my wireless network and I also have my 3G iPhone as well as a new Logitech Harmony 9000 RF Universal Remote.
I'm finding that my iPhone has the most problems staying connected to my wireless network. It will connect, but the TV remote control application always has to auto discover the TV, which is a pain. It takes several minutes for the connection to re-establish.
I'm also getting slower speeds and sometimes the wireless network connection to the TV can take awhile to connect or be slow. It shows that my network connection speed on the Internet@TV averages 1.43Mbps. I have DSL with CenturyLink and the speed on my PC is good.
So, I was looking at a wireless booster, but there were differing user reviews.
I'm looking at suggestions on what might be the best approach to get a solid good signal so it works well with my iPhone, Internet@TV, and doesn't interfere with my Logitech Universal remote or makes that signal stronger as well.
Oh, my wireless router is setup in my office which is in the back of my house. So, the signal has to bounce around walls to get to the living room where my entertainment center is located.
Thanks for any help.