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Jason Cole at Imperial College London simulated Wi-Fi router locations (shown above in the diagram of Mr Cole's flat).

He found that the best location, as common sense might suggest, was in the centre of a home.

He had grown frustrated after finding blackspots in his flat Wi-Fi signals use very low intensity radio waves.

Whilst similar in wavelength to domestic microwave radiation, the intensity of Wi-Fi radiation is 100,000 times less than that of a domestic microwave oven.

The type of radiation emitted by radio waves (Wi-Fi), visible light, microwaves and mobile phones has been shown to raise the temperature of tissue at very high levels of exposure - but that's much higher than what people are subjected to on a regular basis.

The UK Health Protection Agency (HPA) has been monitoring the safety of Wi-Fi.

It says people using Wi-Fi, or those in the proximity, are exposed to the radio signals it emits - and some of the transmitted energy in the signals is absorbed in their bodies.

Walls, doors and corners were found to greatly decrease signal strength (shown).

Mr Cole found there was no substitute for direct line-of-sight to the router, especially when it was place at one side of his flat.

The simulations were created in a program called Matlab In order to get the best signal strength around a home, Mr Cole says nothing beats placing the router at the centre (simulation shown).

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