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With the introduction of WiFi, our lives has changed to a great extent. This technology of WiFi has made life easier for most of us. There is a common misunderstanding about the abbreviation of WiFi. Most of us misinterpret WiFi as Wireless Fidelity but in reality it doesn’t mean Wireless Fidelity at all. It actually means IEEE 802.11x.

Before moving to our main topic i.e. train WiFi technology, let’s just  understand the working of WiFi briefly

Generally in WiFi technology there is no wired connection between the receiver and the sender. It mainly works by utilizing the radio frequency (RF) technology. An electromagnetic field is generated when radio frequency current is supplied to the antenna. This field in turn links with the transmitter and receiver

Access Point or in short you can say AP that are main part of any WiFi system. Broadcasting of wireless signals are achieved by this access points. Any devices such as laptops, desktop, mobile phones or anything else that you want to connect with these access point must have a wireless network adapter.

Train WiFi Technology

Now-a-days you might be availing WiFi while travelling by trains. You enjoy surfing high speed net throughout your travel by using this modernize train WiFi technology. Have you ever thought from where your device is getting connection? Or you are just enjoying your free WiFi without  even thinking about this train WiFi technology.

If you are a person with creativity and want to expand your knowledge in this field we are your mentor here and let’s just see how this milestone of train WiFi technology is achieved.

How Train WiFi Technology Works

While you are at home your device is at stagnant and single access point is used to connect your device with the WiFi equipment. But in case of train WiFi technology the scenario is slightly different. Here multiple Access Points (APs) are installed for obtaining a wide range of coverage throughout the coaches and also the entire train.

These Access Points are in turn connected with the satellite and also your phone networks and thus the WiFi functions. Sometimes you may face the problem of slower internet surfing as the train is moving fast, passing through tunnels and also some rural areas where availability of network is poor.

To mitigate this problem there is an involvement of another new technology that is installation of Track Side Base Station (TBS) on the side of the railway tracks at a distance of approximately 1 kilometre and Transportation Mobile Units (TMU) are installed on trains. Throughout the entire path the Track side base stations and Transportation mobile units are connected which offers a better coverage throughout your  travel

Why there was a need for this new modernize Train WiFi Technology

  1. Increase coverage
  2. No degradation of quality of network
  3. Problems regarding bandwidths are resolved
  4. More equipment like CCTV, Mobile phones etc can be connected without reduction of internet speed and much more.

Hope you have acquired some overview about the working of train WiFi technology and the benefits associated with the usage of new modernize train WiFi technology.

After a long tiring day at work the last thing you want is to be bothered. You made it home and now it’s time to recuperate and relax. This is where internet and phone services , will help you socialize after isolating yourself from the world for the past 8 hours at work. But wait, the internet isn’t working the way it should because the speed is horrendously slow! This is a big nuisance for sure. So in this post, we are going to help you reclaim the internet speed you rightly deserve, because paying bills doesn’t account for these slower speeds. Let’s take a look at the guide for some of tips that can help you sort this problem out for good.

Upgrade Your Hardware

The thing to do is to check your hardware, is it working alright or not? You might need to upgrade your hardware if it’s an old model and doesn’t support new technology. Make sure that your router supports the latest standards for Wi-Fi connectivity. Does your current router support 802.11b or 802.11g standards? If not then perhaps a new device could definitely help you establish a stronger Wi-Fi signal throughout your home.

Examine Your Internet Speed

Next up, determine how much speed you’re being offered from your provider. To check your internet speeds simply visit the Speed Test website. This will determine how much upload and download speed you are achieving and it will also offer you an effective reference point for future problems. Once you receive the results you can contact your ISP to identify if the disruptions in your service is on their end.

Try Changing the Location

This may sound a little absurd to many Wi-Fi internet users, but it’s absolutely true, changing the location of your Wi-Fi device can and does impact the wireless internet connection you receive. There are two tools that can help you find the best position for your Wi-Fi router device – Heatmapper for Windows and NetSpot for Mac. These tools can determine the best position for your router in terms of signal strength, frequency changes, and the best range of your Wi-Fi signals.   

Optimize Your Device

Make sure that your device is fully operational and no limiters are in place when you are using the internet. Many routers nowadays come equipped with an eco setting which is essentially a ‘power saving’ mode which helps you save a few watts while using the device. You can easily switch to max settings on your laptop, PC, or computing device preferences in the Wi-Fi power settings menu.

Choose the Right Channel

When using Wi-Fi internet at home there is a possibility that your neighbors and other people near you are using Wi-Fi as well. This means that there’s a chance that your Wi-Fi service is being interfered with. If this is the case then you need to find the right channel for your own Wi-Fi signal, so that interference from other networks is avoided. Tools like Wi-Fi Analyzer and Network Analyzer Lite can help you determine the right channel for your home’s Wi-Fi.

Keep Your Security Tight

Last but certainly not least, the possibility that someone is hogging your Wi-Fi signal. This calls for increasing your Wi-Fi security so that you can stop thieves from stealing a service that you paid for. Strong Wi-Fi passwords and cloaking can keep most Wi-Fi thieves from stealing your signal.

We hope this has been a helpful guide in getting the Wi-Fi internet speed back to where it should be. If you have any more questions please type your message in the comment section below.

You only need look along a train platform in any modern city to see just how attached (quite literally) we have all become to our smartphones. In some parts of the world, smartphone use has come close to actual ubiquity. Taking the UK as an example, 96% of 16-24 year olds now own a smartphone.

After putting aside the well-trodden debates about whether smartphones and social media are proving detrimental to “real” human relationships, it’s hard to deny that the devices offer us fantastic functionality that makes life easier. Thanks to GPS, navigating around a new place is simplicity itself; high resolution cameras make it easy to capture and share memories; and widespread Internet connectivity means constant access to knowledge.

However, it’s not all good news. Smartphones can sometimes prove almost too clever for their own good, creating situations that can potentially compromise the privacy and security of the user. Some of these needless risks are easily avoided, but smartphones are not necessarily set up by default to work in the safest way.

This article discusses three ways in which you can easily make your smartphone a little safer:

1.   Look at the permissions you are allowing to your apps.

Often, when you set up a new app on your phone, it will ask for certain permissions when you first launch it. These permissions can range from camera and microphone access (for a messaging app, for example), to access to your location (perhaps for an app concerned with navigation).

Frequently, however, the permissions an app requests are way out of step with the minimum permissions they really need to work. Why does a social network need access to your microphone if you’re not going to make voice calls? And why does an app that identifies music need to know your location?

In many cases, the app developer offers an (often spurious) reason to need such permissions in return for certain functionality. However, it’s usually possible to run apps without giving away such unfettered access to your phone’s features. It makes no sense to give a whole raft of apps permission to listen to what you’re doing or know where you are – so try to allow these things only by exception, and not as a rule.

2.   Exercise caution with public Wi-Fi.

Everyone loves free Wi-Fi! Access to decent Internet connectivity in hotels and cafés is seen as a must nowadays, and everyone is quick to take advantage of their nearest hotspot. This is particularly relevant during international travel where data roaming charges can still prove prohibitive.

However, free Wi-Fi can sometimes come with a sting in the tail. The problem is that it’s alarmingly easy to hack other people on free Wi-Fi networks. It’s quite straightforward for a hacker to sit on another table or in another hotel room, making a sneaky note of such information as your bank password or Facebook login.

If you frequently use free Wi-Fi on your phone, it’s well worth considering subscribing to an inexpensive virtual private network (VPN) service, which, when activated, will encrypt your online communications. You will find a wide range of services for iPhones and Android devices. Once you have subscribed a Vpn service it is also good how efective the service is, by tunning a Leak Test as Anonymster explains here. If you choose not to use a VPN, it’s best to ensure that you don’t do anything remotely private on your smartphone when you’re on public Wi-Fi – but with a VPN, you’re much more protected.

3.   Ensure you have a backup regime.

The smartphones we all carry around are essentially very compact but fully-featured computers. They often hold a huge amount of information, including (for many of us) vast libraries of precious photos and videos.

Unfortunately, phones are easily lost, and memories can be lost with them if there’s no backup regime in place. It’s easy to use services such as Dropbox and iCloud to ensure data is kept safe, but statistics suggest that plenty of people don’t get around to it, and risk losing irreplaceable records of special moments. This is despite a third of people already having experience of losing data on a mobile device.

Smartphones can be life-enhancing gadgets, but it’s important to harness their power appropriately. These tips should help you gain a little more control over these tiny but sophisticated devices.

While the internet holds an incredible place in history revolutionizing every aspect of our lives, often lost in the conversation is the importance of a good Wi-Fi router to complement it. If the internet is the mother of all solutions then a Wi-Fi router is the father that helps develop and nourish it. With laptops and tablets coming standard with 802.11 ac – a Wi-Fi router is literally the most important game changer. And don’t forget that all the latest gadgets work more effectively with a Wi-Fi connection rather than a cable. There are no more cable interferences, only quality routers to enjoy. So what’s your choice? A frustratingly slow internet or blazing-fast speeds that await your commands.

Good choice – Wi-Fi Routers are the way to go!

There is no use buying an expensive router because the hardware is constantly advancing every other second. A newer and better version is always coming blow your socks off. Just remember one thing – hardware doesn’t last forever. So don’t waste money on something that will expire sooner rather than later. Instead, buy a quality router that is affordable and won’t break the bank. Keep your router clean and try not to overload the router by connecting every device at once, this will keep it performing at an optimal level. Be considerate, too many connections will slow the router and cause it to lose efficiency.

Which band router do you need?

Before you choose a router you need to understand the types of bands that routers offer. There are specifically three major bands to choose from – single band, double band and tri-band. They vary in terms of frequency and most importantly price.

Check out the table below for a better understanding before you decide the band you need for your home or office. J

Single BandDouble BandTri-Band
Low Purchase PriceSmart Middle GroundConsiderably Higher than the other two
802.11g standard usually802.11ac standard802.11 b/g standard
2.4 GHz onlyFreeways;
2.4 GHz Wireless-N or
5 GHz Standard
Three frequencies;

One 2.4 GHz band

Two 5 GHz bands

Caps data speed at 54 MbpsSpeeds up to 2,167 Mbps, approximately.4,000 Gbps!! Yes!
Compatible with all devicesMore compatible with 5 GHz devicesCompatible with 5 GHz
Low frequency penetrates better through obstaclesDue to high frequency & over population; it can cause traffic jamsMore connected devices do not affect its speed or clarity
Chance of signal interferenceLess interferenceMinimum or no interference
Reduced Wi-Fi Speed and StabilityMore range and stabilityGood speed and stability
No modern featuresMU – MIMO technology & other features like app-based monitoring


Device prioritization

App-based monitoring,

USB 3.0 port and more

Wi-Fi routers are priced differently. They start as low as $15 and go up to $400 and higher. Now, you don’t need the most expensive one! As previously stated, because of technology they quickly become obsolete. This is just the reality of technology. Here is a list of the top 4 most affordable Wi-Fi routers available this year. The good thing is that they are all available on Amazon.

Go for a router that’s light on the pockets with the coolest sockets – take my money and give me my honey!

  1. TRENDnet AC2600
    Price: $109.99 on
    This TRENDnet is the trend you really want in your life. The user manual will help get you acquainted with all the features. The manual covers everything from installation instructions to troubleshooting. You will find solutions to any questions and problems that might come your way (if any).
    This Quad-stream AC2600 offers up to 1733 Mbps Wi-Fi AC alongside an 800 Mbps Wi-Fi N bands. It also has the MU-MIMO feature to boost network performance. Experience happiness with a high performing 1.4 GHz dual-core processor. The company added a feature of pre-encrypted Wi-Fi to make your life more convenient. The router has detachable high-gain antennas as well as USB 3.0 share ports.
  2. Linksys EA6350
    Discounted Price: $86.99 on

    This dual band router is not just cheap but also gives the Tri-band routers some major competition. Its speeds range up to N300 + AC867 Mbps with no modem. It is a supercharged wireless.
    It also offers a USB 3.0 port with additional Gbps ports to make sure your streaming isn’t disturbed. USB 3.0 ports are ten times fast in comparison to routers that include USB 2.0 ports.
    With a smart Wi-Fi option you can monitor and control your home network from wherever you are without limitations.
    It’s easy to install yourself and doesn’t even require a CD, it does include a quick start guide to help you with questions you may have.
  3. Motorola AC1700
    Discounted Price: $79.99 on

    This router is not only cheaper than $89.99 but it’s also dual band. That means it’s two bandwidths more than a single band router and can connect to both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, as per your needs.
    This router has 4 antennas just for its 2.4 GHz frequency band and this will enhance your internet speed and minimize all interferences. It has an extended range that results in better performance and good internet speed.
    All you need to do is plug the MR1700 (special edition) into the modem of your choice to enjoy your blazing-fast CenturyLink internet speed. You can have as many tabs opened on your Chrome to Netflix and chill or to Hulu it up – you’ll never face any speed issues because of the routers’ 4 GB LAN ports.
    The best thing about this router is that it comes with parental controls along with guest network capabilities, a user-friendly firewall and a high functioning Dual Core Processor.
    The company offers outstanding customer service and comes with a 2 year warranty.
  4. D-Link AC1200
    Price: $59.93 on

    This dual band router gives you the choice to use both bands at the same time. You can choose one for web browsing and one for streaming. The router offers high-gain antennas to make sure the network coverage is available in every corner of your house.
    With the 802.11 ac standard and gigabit ports you can easily connect more than 3 wired devices and experience blazing-fast internet speeds with a wide range spectrum to keep you covered. It offers an advanced QoS with ‘Bandwidth optimization through client prioritization,’ as per the Amazon description.
    The router offers WPA, WPS, Parental Controls and Intuitive User Interface.

Be wise and choose a suitable price!

Now that you are aware of the quality Wi-Fi routers that are completely affordable – choose the one that best fits your needs and pocketbook. I truly hope that this article will help you compare and possible select a router that will improve your internet experience.

P.S: If you can find any of these Wi-Fi routers in your area, just choose a band frequency you want and compare everything like I did. Don’t rush it. Take the time you need.

Best of Luck! 😉  

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Well, if you have a stable internet connection on your mobile, you do not. However, if you are going to visit Italy, chances are, you do not have one. Yes, mobile internet does work great, and you can make voice calls through applications like Skype.

However, what one needs to look at here is that making voice calls over the internet through a smartphone can cost nil and it is here that a mobile phone user will benefit. No more having to pay phone bills. You can just use the internet to make voice calls at amazing cheap costs.

Travelling through Italy is an amazing experience. Thanks to Expresso WiFi, you can have an uninterrupted connection to the internet while you live through the beauty of Italy. Rent a wifi device allows you to access the internet in the same way as you would normally work with a router back home.

These pocket sized personalised WiFi devices from Expresso WiFi help you to easily connect multiple devices at once and do not require any complicated setups. Therefore, you do not need to worry about complicated connection cables and signal boosters. Don’t go in for just any signal booster – ExpressoWiFi is here!

If you wish to use Wi-Fi on your phones, a mobile extender may be right the choice. These extenders have a built in power plug instead of cords. These hardly require any set up and can be placed almost anywhere.

In many cases, you can forego buying an extender. Since an extender will only increase the range and not increase speeds, investing in a new router might make more sense. However, if you do not wish to spend as much and your main priority is ensuring all floors of your home or office get some signal, an extender is the way to go – and ExpressoWiFi solves all your worries easily, in no time.

Expresso WiFi is an innovative startup company that aims to provide tourists in Italy with complete internet solutions. Italy’s national territory does not have many WiFi spots around.

In order to remain connected to the internet on the go, in Italy is quite a problem. Before Expresso WiFi was up and running, tourists mostly resorted to data roaming services of the domestic internet suppliers, which needless to say is a very expensive affair.

Moreover, making voice calls while on roaming can be whoopingly costly on its own. With internet-based applications allowing users to place voice and video calls over the internet and allow sharing of pictures, videos, etc with remarkable ease, all one really needs is an affordable means to access the internet.

Expresso WiFi provides a speed of 4G LTE. Expresso WiFi devices allow you to access unlimited internet, so users who need to use large volumes of data can easily use it with worrying about surge rates and volume caps. Uninterrupted internet ensures that a tourist in Italy can easily make quick references to maps, guides, language translations and all other needs without any technical glitches.

Other than these obvious uses, tourists also find it better to make the most of their trip to Italy by checking out information about monuments, palaces, etc on the official websites.

Also, Expresso WiFi makes it easy for the user to better plan their day out by checking out public transport schedules, best traditional places to eat or hang out for drink or a scrumptious pastry at the end of the day.

Get Expresso WiFi ASAP

Expresso WiFi devices can be easily rented once you feed in the details of where you want to pick up your device. All payments are made online via VISA card or MasterCard.

Expresso WiFi devices can be delivered by their courier service to your hotel reception desk and/or apartment. If you would rather pickup the device on your own, then Expresso WiFi Points are also listed on their website, which includes the airport also. Once you receive the device, you can start using it without any undue delay.

Make the most of the Expresso WiFi device by constantly saving your pictures and videos to the cloud and participate in work meetings just as if you were at your own office.

Have fun in Italy and rent a wifi exploring Italy with Expresso WiFi internet solutions!