SINGLE BAND WIFI TV VS DUAL BAND WIFI TV| Which one is better for You | 2.4GHz Vs 5GHz WIFI Router๐Ÿ”ฅ

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SINGLE Band VS DUAL BAND WIFI TV| Which one is better for You | 2.4GHz Vs 5GHz WiFi ๐Ÿ”ฅ

Single-band router uses the 2.4GHz band and is limited to one wireless signal.
Dual-band router uses two bands: 2.4GHz and 5GHz, which means that they transmit two simultaneous wireless signals, providing a better performance, and compared to a single-band router, a dual-band router is easier to set up.

If you are looking for opportunity cost, live in a small place and just need a Wi-Fi signal for your daily routine, we recommend you to buy a single-band router & TV. However, frequent disconnection will occur and signal interference will be lower or even congested.

If you are looking for a stronger signal, live in a bigger place and want to optimize your internet speed at home or office, it can be done when you switch to a dual-band router. Compatible with wireless devices, it enables customization of wireless network settings and also provides a solution to signal interference. However, a dual-band router is a bit costly, and you may face compatibility issues as there may be some devices & TV’s don’t support 5GHz band.

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