What I did not experience was the boost that Diner promised I’d get by dodging the interference from nearby routers. Living in a New York City apartment building, I usually have between 20 and 30 different networks that pop up under the drop-down wifi icon—most still maintain router names; others have descriptive titles such as “Emily’s home network” and one very annoying network dubbed “Bill Clinton’s Penis Extravaganza.” My speeds vary greatly — sometimes the browser loads nimbly; other times I’m surfing on molasses. Could Plume resolve that?
Prepare to Obsess Over the Future of Home Wifi
Steven Levy

You should take a look at Portal. It actually does address the interference caused by nearby routers by using a chunk of spectrum those access points aren’t allowed to use: http://www.digitaltrends.com/router-access-point-reviews/portal-wi-fi-router-review/

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