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dead spot

noun as in blind spot

Weak match

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Sometimes they won’t play nice with a modem, or will drop service unexpectedly without giving you any reason why, or will leave big dead spots around your house.

If a single router still won’t cut it, or there are dead spots on account of interference, you can expand a router’s range with a WiFi extender, which can rebroadcast and extend the signals from existing routers.

We’ve already covered some of the hardware upgrades you can invest in to remove dead spots and get better home WiFi.

Previously the system produced a single magnetic field that swirled in a circle around the central pole, resulting in dead spots in the corners of the square room.

The mesh WiFi technology adapts to your space to eliminate dead spots and buffering.

I thought of the "dead spot" I had first heard about on the newscast the night before, and how it was steadily growing.

I have found the plant growing from a dead spot on the base of a living oak tree.

What a contrast between this dead spot and the railway that runs past it, always in a stir!


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dead spot, such as: unseen area.

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