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Yes, you can have multiple wireless routers in your home.

The problem that may occur when doing this may be poor signal quality if the signals interfere with one another.

But in short, yes, you can absolutely have multiple wireless routers in your home.

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multiple routers?
mean that i cant have 2 access point connected to the same router ?
the same network ?

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multiple routers? mean that i cant have 2 access point connected to the same router ?

Yes, of course. The access point is a layer 2 device. there is no routing happening with an access point. The access point is bridging a wireless and wired network together.

the same network ?

Yes.

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thx guys , can u help me with tis
what is the relation between frequency and transmission of signals ?

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I assumed he meant router. Shows what happens when you assume. :D

But, this is starting to sound like quiz questions/answers.

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"what is the relation between frequency and transmission of signals ?"
That is such an open-ended question one wonders where to start. But pretty much, the higher the frequency the more information one can transmit in a give time, different encoding methods notwithstanding.
And now I see the other questions. You're gunna fail.

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