We'll be frank.
900Mbps over WiFi won't be possible all of the time. As well as signal strength, there are many different factors that can affect the signal between the router and your devices.
For a faster and stronger connection, you can connect your device directly to the router using an appropriate ethernet cable.
What affects my WiFi internet speed?
- Proximity – The closer you are to the router, the faster the speeds you’ll get. This is one of the reasons why rooms which are further away from your router often have the patchiest signal.
- Walls – Walls and other obstacles interfere with WiFi signals. This is another reason why some rooms get worse reception than others.
- The number of devices using the internet – The more people using the internet in your home, the slower the maximum speeds you’ll see. Bandwidth is shared.
The device you’re using – Older devices have slower maximum WiFi speeds.
What speeds can I get over WiFi?
If your device is close to the router and is capable of connecting to the 5Ghz WiFi band, you can receive speeds up to 900Mbps but this is dependent on the factors outlined above.
If you are further away from the router you will most likely connect to the 2.4Ghz WiFi band which will reach further but will only be able to reach a maximum of up to 100Mbps to 200Mbps.
Note: some devices will connect to the slower 2.4Ghz channel by default.