Wireless can have many factors impacting it, you wont get 1gig on wifi unless your on wifi 6 with a compatible router and device and a clean signal with no interference, I get between 3-400 on my 1gig package on a dedicated mesh wifi network, the hub 4 is good but not great.
My advice get a decent standalone wifi router (used in AP mode only) and use that while the hub 4 does the main routing
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Gig 1 service on Hub for for routing and Deco M4 mesh for Wifi as an AP.
As the above poster said but it's more likely your devices WiFI limiting the speed if your next to router and still slow.
In Android go in WiFi setting and then click on your connected network and view "link speed" this is the theoretical maximum speed your device can hit. As an example I have a Motorola One Zoom and its only a 1x1 device so peaks at 450mbps. My Samsung S10 Lite peaks at 850mbos (2x2).
On Windows go into CMD (search for CMD or command prompt and type the below.
Netsh WLAN show interfaces
That will show your link speed.
I have a WiFi router (DLink Dir-882) which is capable of 160mhz on 5GHz or about 1600mbps but none of my devices can actually hit that, although the S10 comes close.
I would check your devices before you but a new WiFi 6 router or anything like that as you may not even hit 1gbps with a fancy new AP.
to be honstly say wifi speeds it is limited 2.4ghz is is slow speed wifi to the what the next one is only limited to a speed you can't get full on speed via wifi via any of vm routers i would go for your own build of wifi out of poe network switches Ubiquiti wifi you maybe get full speeds with that
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