Wi-fi 2.4GHz - 5GHz, what is the difference?


Traditional wireless routers transmit a 2.4GHz radio frequency; an older wireless technology that does not meet the standards of most streaming technologies such as Preset. Many modern routers now offer dual-band support, which encompasses both 2.4GHz and 5GHz radio frequencies. The 5GHz frequency transmits data at a much faster rate, which is much better suited to streaming in particular.

How often should I use it?

While each frequency has its advantages, we strongly recommend connecting to Preset using a 5GHz Wi-Fi frequency. Not only are 5GHz frequencies faster, but they also tend to have less interference, making them more reliable for streaming movies, TV, games and Preset.

If your daily activity does not require much bandwidth, such as mailing, browsing or office work, the 2.4 GHz frequency may be sufficient, but it may be less reliable.

Why is there interference on my line?

Today, our phones, TVs, kitchen appliances and other smart devices generate a lot of traffic on 2.4GHz frequencies, and this activity often interferes with our internet connection. 5GHz Wi-Fi frequencies are much less likely to experience interference due to their greater bandwidth.

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