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Having just installed fibre broadband, I'm getting the

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Having just installed fibre broadband, I'm getting the following speedtest results:
Direct connection to router via cable: 45mbps download, 5mbps upload
WiFi to router: 19mbs down, 5mbps up
WiFi to repeater on network: 36mbps down, 5mbps
Both WiFi connections equal distance Win6 laptop to WiFi source.
Are those WiFi connection speeds a reflection of WiFi hardware quality?
Thanks.
Submitted: 12 months ago.
Category: Computer
Expert:  Richard replied 12 months ago.

Hi Richard

The wifi to your is the speed of the hardware for both the router and the computer. It can be effected by electromagnetic interference which can cause lower speeds.

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