Wireless in Residence Halls: Be a Good Neighbor

Wireless signals in UNH Residence Halls are impacted by a number of factors. Some of these are out of your control (such as how many students are connecting at once, time of day, number of devices your neighbors have connected), while others are completely within reach. Read the following infographic to learn how you can contribute to a robust wireless signal in your residence hall.

Good Wireless Neighbor

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