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The Best Wi-Fi Mesh Network Systems for 2021

Have you been looking for a solution to solving your weak wifi signals? You may have heard of Mesh Wi-Fi by now. Over the last 5 years, we have installed countless Wi-Fi Mesh systems for our residential and commercial clients with great fanfare. Mesh has been able to solve a problem that before could only be solved by running ethernet cables and installing wifi access points.

Now, you can install a few little devices around your home or office and within 60 min you can solve your poor wifi problems once and for all. The best part is that you don’t have to re-wire your initial network setup, it will be a plug and play solution for an existing network. The great news is that Mesh Wi-Fi is cutting edge technology for boosting your wifi signal.

This article will show you which wifi mesh system we have found will help solve your weak wifi connection problems without breaking the bank. Mesh isn’t cheap but if you like me and have a strong wifi signal is a must then this post is for you because I will be showing you the best Wi-Fi Mesh Network Systems for 2021.

TP-Link Deco M5 Whole-Home Mesh Wi-Fi Router System

Single story homes & Units

Say goodbye to Wi-Fi dead zones. In less time than it takes you to wash your dishes or take out the trash, your whole house is covered in fast and reliable wireless network connectivity with the TP-Link Deco M5 Whole-Home Mesh Wi-Fi Router System. Deco M5 provides fast and stable connections with speeds of up to 1267Mbps

Gone are those disorienting experiences when a friend wants to watch Netflix on their laptop, but can’t because they’re cut off from mobile phone coverage halfway through the living room! With one seamless coverage area created by each Deco unit working together as one unified whole-home network – regardless of location – every device switches between them automatically for blazing internet speeds faster than ever before. This fantastic piece of technology has been engineered to work in homes with up 510 square



NETGEAR Nighthawk Pro Gaming 6-Stream WiFi 6 Router (XR1000)

Single Story Home & units

Designed for gamers who can’t tolerate lag or slow connections, this NETGEAR NIGHTHAWK GAMING 6-STREAM WiFi Router is powered by the DumaOS 3.0 and provides fast and reliable wireless coverage at AX5400 Dual-Band speed to help reduce ping rates up to 93%. With six simultaneous streams, this router provides more capacity so that more devices can use WiFi at the same time—great for gaming enthusiast families. It also supports any wired Ethernet or wireless gaming device including PCs, Xbox®, PlayStation® and Nintendo Switch consoles with WPA2/WPA3 security protocols. There’s no need to worry about cyber threats either because the router includes ADVISOR OF CYBER FUTURE.

Your router is about to get a total upgrade. Join the next generation of WiFi with this top-of-the-line six stream gaming router. The model has state of the art technology like MU-MIMO and OFDMA, which are designed to help you avoid laggy gameplay when you’re up against some tough opponents. Beamforming+ significantly increases connectivity range so no matter where your device connects from it’ll enjoy superfast speeds that make streaming videos smooth as butter—even if they’re 4K UHD videos at 60mbps!


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TP-Link’s latest Deco X60 Wireless Mesh System is revolutionizing the wireless mesh industry. This innovative set features increased connectivity and speed for whole-home Wi-Fi coverage up to 650 sqft, and a wider range with 10x faster connection speeds for an uninterrupted Internet experience. Improved and expanded seamless coverage enables improved connections through 2.4GHz quad-band frequencies thanks to OFDMA, MU-MIMO technology, more responsive gaming experiences and immersive video chats on 3x higher bitrates while also minimizing latency interference without buffering!

With the convenience of a wired setup that connects other devices like desktops or laptops from awkward angles with its Ethernet port or USB ports; this kit offers a reliable wireless system perfect for HDTVs . Meet the fastest home Wi-Fi system ever, delivering speeds up to 3,000 Mbps Wi-Fi 6 technology—2,402 Mbps on 5 GHz and 574 Mbps on 2.4 GHz—from your router to every corner of your house with stronger signals for devices in the vulnerable areas; use it as a link station or an access point; enjoy 4 times faster connectivity versus 802.11ac with low latency for wireless gaming and video calling




Designed for Large Homes

Add a whole new dimension to your WiFi experience. With ZenWiFi AX Mini, you’ll enjoy the fastest speeds ever while streaming content, gaming online and more – up to 1.4X faster than wireless 5 routers! And with AiProtection Classic for life, it’s easier than ever to monitor all activity on your network and keep everyone safe — including yourself. On top of that, with the ability to customize your networks depending on each frequency band, separating work from home won’t slow down work anymore — or love-life! With powerful features like these built in and free app support too, ZenWiFi AX Mini is one Wi-Fi deal you don’t want to miss out on.

The ASUS ZenWiFi AX Mini XD4 Dual Band WiFi 6 Gigabit System (3 Pack) is the ideal networking solution for any home with multiple devices needing access to the internet. It’s perfect for streaming and gaming on large screens, receiving phone calls in all corners of your house, or even enabling the simultaneous connection between your TV and stereo system without worrying about lag! You’ll be able to enjoy faster uploads and downloads because this is a next-gen wifi system that uses 256MB of RAM. Additionally, you will get both 12 months warranty protection as well as 2x Internal Dual-band Antennas! 2.4GHz/5GHz (Up to 574/1201 Mbps)




Best on the Market 

Step up to the new Zen WiFi system and say goodbye to weak and choppy Wi-Fi. You’ll get fast, easy coverage for different corners of your house with the ASUS Mesh Antenna System that will cover any dead zone without hassle or fuzz. Say hello to new heights in speed with 6600Mbps total Wi-Fi bandwidth, so you can easily enjoy 8K video streams while gaming on multiple devices at once. And don’t worry about managing all those apps because this super simple router will help take care of everything automatically. Get fast tutorials right from your phone – just download the app!

ASUS’ ZenWiFi XT8 AiMesh AX6600 Tri-Band Wi-Fi 6 System is the first-ever all-in-one 802.11ax mesh and router solution available in Australia that specifically leverages Wi-Fi to deliver ultra-fast WiFi for every connected device to enjoy 4K high-quality streaming, gaming or shopping on multiple devices simultaneously without any buffering or interruptions. ASUS AiMesh AX6600 tri-band router measures only 9.4 cm by 2cm making it small enough to fit almost anywhere as well as being stylish and discreet with an eye-catching design. With 3 x 10GB LAN ports, traffic optimization ensures that download speeds are fast while throughput maximizes video playback whether you’re watching YouTube on your smartphone. 




Large Homes wifi soultion

The ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 is the world’s first 10 Gigabit Wi-Fi router with a quad-core processor. With 11,000 Mbps of WiFi speed and not to mention a 2.5 Gbps gaming port, it was made for gamers or those who enjoy fast Internet connection speeds. The ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 routers are built with battle-ready hardware that has kept up with the changing times by providing a 1.8GHz quad-core CPU & a 2.5GBase -T network port all while retaining compatibility with all older devices and standards such as 802.11ac/a/b/g appliances in your home today! Adaptive QoS? AiMesh? This sounds good.

The ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 is the most powerful gaming router on the market. Boost your network performance for PC gaming with 11,000 Mbps of speed and 3 ax connections to keep devices running smoothly. With a convenient 6 ft adjustable antenna that has been designed specifically for indoor or outdoor use, it’s never been easier to dominate online battles. It also has 2 USB ports for ultrafast access and transfer speeds.



What is WIFI Mesh technology?

Mesh networking is the latest trend in wireless networking. Wireless mesh networks use multiple access points to create robust, self-configuring networks. Mesh networks take advantage of multiple connectivity paths that provide improved reliability and greater throughput.

There are two types of mesh networks: Passive and Active. The main difference between these two types is in how they use their radios to relay data through the network. A passive network uses one radio for both sending and receiving; an active network uses two radios –- one for send/receive, one as a dedicated transceiver (for “backhaul” or connection to another device). With active networks, only devices with two radios can join the mesh — all others must serve as endpoints. Devices with a single radio can join active and passive networks.

Mesh technology is particularly useful in environments where you have large space to cover, or where your workers will be moving about. In the case of a multi-storey building, you could mount an access point at each floor and connect all of them together via wired Ethernet; then add endpoints on each floor (the actual hotspots). The mesh network allows devices to move between floors using one or more different paths from one floor to another — without losing connectivity.

By installing enough access points throughout the building, you ensure complete coverage for all employees’ devices. All they need do is walk into the range of one AP, but maintain wireless connectivity as they roam within the entire network coverage area.

Is WIFI Mesh technology a repeaterS

No! A repeater is just a wireless bridge that connects two wired networks together via an existing wireless infrastructure using some form of bridging technology — usually transparent bridging. It’s basically nothing more than a piece of hardware with 2 radios; one for sending/receiving traffic from the existing network, second radio for receiving from one device and sending onto other devices. Nothing more…nothing less…just like any repeater.

Passive networking is just a form of repeater that you use to extend your wireless network coverage and nothing more — there is no mesh involved at all. The passive access points are not part of the mesh network; they are only there to repeat/extend signals from one point (where another active node exists) to another. They will not automatically communicate with each other, nor do they “talk” to the other end nodes…they just repeat traffic from their parent node to whichever devices in range (in other words: a plain old repeater!).

Is WIFI Mesh technology like Powerline?

No! Powerline technology uses electrical wiring within a building as a medium to extend a network. There is no roaming between APs with powerline technology; if you leave the coverage area of one unit, you will lose connectivity unless another unit on which to connect is nearby (or in the same wired Ethernet segment). Mesh WIFI technology uses radios and routers along with multiple access points affixed throughout an environment all working together seamlessly moving data back-and-forth within the mesh network — the Internet connection provides seamless roaming between access points while maintaining connectivity via any number of them without having to worry about leaving a particular AP’s coverage area because there are other nodes that can be accessed.

Is WIFI Mesh suitable for use by IT Managed service providers

Absolutely! With all this said, you can easily build a mesh network that will cover an entire building, and then multiple buildings in the same campus. Just add more active access points as needed so you have adequate coverage where your employees need connectivity.

You’ll want to confirm that all of the wireless devices used by your end-customers are also WIFI-capable, though — if not, they will still be unable to connect via a mesh network (unless you interconnect them onto another wireless infrastructure). Also, note that most WIFI mesh solutions for 802.11a/b/g only support 2.4 GHz frequencies — you might want to consider one that supports 5 GHz ones for future bandwidth expansion! You may even want to consider using radios capable of supporting both frequency bands (802.11a/b/g) in order to help ease the transition from older devices that do not support 802.11n — many vendors’ mesh access points can be configured for either one or both of these frequencies!

WIFI Mesh technology is the cornerstone of delivering fast and reliable WIFI for large homes and offices. The new generation of WIFI routers uses mesh technology to get a stronger signal throughout your home, providing a fast internet connection for all devices. WIFI Mesh technology is a smart way to get the best from your WIFI router and have more devices connecting to it at once

How do I know when I need a mesh WIFI router?

If you live in a large house or small apartment with obstructions such as concrete walls, multiple floors, or ceiling/wall cavities then you could benefit from a mesh router. Using one of our recommended WIFI routers (x3), setup is very simple – no need for IT skills! Just plug them in and follow the instructions on the screen. For larger homes and offices we recommend x4 units or even x5 in larger-scale deployments. Read full details about this below in the article.

Where should I place my WIFI router?

A mesh router should be placed in a central location for best performance. It can be used to replace your existing single router, or create a new wireless network altogether. Often the best place is the middle of rooms like living rooms and bedrooms, where several devices are used at once such as computers or smart TVs with built-in streaming services. As mentioned above, our routers are able to extend across multiple floors if you live in a house, or through several walls, if you live in an apartment (the more obstructions there are; the more units you will need). In larger homes we recommend placing them on each floor so they connect back to one another – this means fewer dead spots!

What is the difference between a router vs mesh router?

Single WIFI routers broadcast at one frequency. This means that only devices in the range of this particular frequency can connect to it. The problem we have found is most people want their WIFI router to cover throughout their house, and get better coverage on each floor. With a typical single router, you’ll have a signal at the front door but lose it once you go through into your living room or bedrooms upstairs – causing slow connection issues like video buffering or delayed emails/social media notifications. Every device connects to whatever node has the strongest signal available, so if you are in the kitchen (floor 1) then will only connect to floor 1’s internet source, then you can expect to see a slower connection. With mesh routers, there is no “hard” limit. Each of our recommended router brands allows for multiple devices to connect at once (e.g. iPads, iPhones, laptops) and works across multiple floors or rooms if placed correctly – meaning everyone should have an uninterrupted video stream and fast emails!


The main advantage that mesh WIFI technology has over other extensions, is signal strength. Traditional extensions or “repeaters” only repeat the single router’s wireless network. So they don’t correctly extend your existing broadband, but instead, create a new signal from scratch. The result is a lower internet speed and sometimes even poor signal strength in larger houses! With our recommended mesh routers you can expect to get faster WIFI speeds across multiple floors and rooms at long range. This means better load times for video streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video (e.g. it takes 7 seconds to load on a standard WIFI – with our mesh solutions this will be below 5 seconds).

 How many devices can I connect to the mesh WIFI?

Each of our recommended brands will support over 30 devices connecting at once, which are perfect for families with multiple smartphones and kids tablets. We recommend placing your node units in a central location – such as the middle of living rooms or bedrooms – to ensure you get good coverage on each floor; this means covering larger areas within your house and office. If every room has 5-7 devices connected at once then having one x3 unit should be enough for most houses. In larger homes or offices try adding an extra x2 for each additional floor (x4 nodes for 3 floors) to get greater signal strength. We can’t stress how important it is to place these nodes correctly though!

Conclusion: Mesh Wi-Fi is a great way to extend coverage within your building and multiple buildings on your campus. You’ll also want to have a good wireless LAN management system that will enable you to effortlessly deploy, monitor and manage all WIFI components across all subnets — including new ones as they get added! So, I hope you have learnt a thing or two about WIFI Mesh System and how they can be used to improve your wifi signal greatly. Thanks for reading The Best Wi-Fi Mesh Network Systems for 2021

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Jason Kearney

Jason Kearney


Jason is the head technician and founder of SECURE A COM. He has worked in the industry since 1998. Working on Telstra infrastructure projects, install and maintenance contracts, and now runs SECURE A COM servicing  B2B and B2C customers.

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