TP-Link USA Outdoor Solution Guide
Many TP-Link products can extend the Internet coverage from your home or business to outdoor areas. This Solutions Guide will introduce the various ways to expand your indoor network to outdoor spaces, including a backyard, a remote barn or guest house, a dock or yacht club, campgrounds, and other large outdoor areas.
What is WiFi 6E? Here’s everything you need to know
Simply put, WiFi 6E means WiFi 6 extended to the 6 GHz band. WiFi 6E works with the same standard as WiFi 6 but with an extended spectrum.
What is 10GbE and What Can You Do with It?
10GbE, short for 10 Gigabit Ethernet, is a group of technologies for an ultra-fast wired network that transmits data frames at a rate of 10 billion bits per second.
What You Should Consider When Choosing Switches for Your Surveillance System?
In today's typical business, using PoE (Power over Ethernet) switches for IP camera is very common and popular and should be your first choice.
What can smart homes do?
What if you can turn on your air-con on a really hot day in advance? Or imagine that all the lights come on automatically at sunset. Sounds pretty convenient and smart, doesn’t it? And that’s the magic of a smart home.
10 Ways to Boost Your Home WiFi for a Faster Internet
If you want to get things running smoothly with less disruption, we recommend the following 10 ways to boost your WiFi at home for faster internet.
4 Creative Ways to Use Kasa Smart Multicolor Light Strips
Here, we’re going to give you four ideas on how to blend the light strip’s endless lighting possibilities into your home.
6 Tips on Where to Place Your Wireless Router for the Best Signal/Coverage
In many cases, the easiest and least-costly way to improve WiFi coverage is moving your router to a better position. Here we will give some tips for finding the best spot for optimal WiFi performance of your router.
What’s the difference between WiFi 6 and WiFi 6E
Going by the terminology, WiFi 6E appears to be an incremental update to WiFi 6, but you are probably left wondering how WiFi 6 and WiFi 6E differ from each other.