Here's useful advice about WiFi access point placement: https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/202...ntific-guide-to-wi-fi-access-point-placement/ I have a tiny house, but it is 115 years old with small rooms and lath/plaster walls that are difficult for wifi signals. In the same room as the access point, I get 600Mbps wifi on my MacBook Pro, but barely 25 feet away in one of the bedrooms, the signal needs to go through multiple walls and a closet, and it can drop to as low as 10Mbps. This is with Nest Wifi, which is admittedly an entry level product. I bought a used Ruckus R720 from eBay which should be complete overkill for my little house, but it yielded surprisingly little improvement, only to about 20Mbps in the bedroom. The limiting factor is the thick walls, not the wifi router. I experimented with moving the wifi access point around and got substantial improvement, up to 50Mbps in the bedroom even with the Nest. The best location in my house should be on the ceiling of my hallway, which would minimize obstructions for signals to reach throughout the house. I'll need to run wiring to the attic and probably won't get to it until next year, and then reassess and maybe get a WiFi 6 unit. Meanwhile, I will be putting the Ruckus up for sale here.