- News tagged "range extender"
Monday, 25 May 2015
If your router has problems providing coverage in your home, Amped Wireless' new RE1750A Wi-Fi range extender could be the solution. It claims to provides up to 12,000 sq ft of Wi-Fi coverage.
Thursday, 27 Mar 2014
Designed to eliminate Wi-Fi dead zones, the DAP-1520 provides wireless speeds of up to 750Mbps, enabling seamless web browsing and high bandwidth Internet activities like HD video streaming and online gaming.
Friday, 21 Mar 2014
BoostBand Technology streamlines dual band network traffic between the REC15A and the router through a single Wi-Fi frequency band, improving overall speeds and performance of the extender.
Thursday, 9 Jan 2014
The REC15A High Power Compact 802.11ac Wi-Fi Range Extender extends the signal of any standard 802.11a/b/g/n or ac Wi-Fi router by repeating, amplifying, and redistributing the signal in a new extended location, and packs up to 500mW of Wi-Fi output power, to further eliminate dead spots while achieving more range.
Friday, 3 Jan 2014
Amped Wireless has revealed its family of next-generation long-range AC1900 Wi-Fi products.
Wednesday, 11 Dec 2013
Sineoji Asia has announced the Sineoji PL500EW 500Mbps HomePlug AV 2-port Wireless Range Extender, a Wireless HomePlug that complements the current Sineoji range of Gigabit HomePlug AV2/AV models in 600Mbps, 500Mbps and 200Mbps speeds.
Wednesday, 21 Aug 2013
The REA20 is Amped Wireless' new flagship Wi-Fi range extender and the first in the industry to be available with 802.11ac technology. A universal range extender, it is capable of expanding any wireless network by repeating, amplifying and rebroadcasting signals from any Wi-Fi router.
Wednesday, 7 Aug 2013
Adopting the 2T2R MIMO antenna system for wider signal coverage, the WS323 supports Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n with transmission rates up to 300Mbps on 2.4GHz or 5GHz frequency bands.
Wednesday, 12 Jun 2013
Gefen has announced the availability of its DVI ELR (Extra Long Range) Lite extender. This new extender provides a less expensive option for many applications in smaller venues that don’t require the full 100m distance while maintaining the same level of quality.
Friday, 26 Apr 2013
Designed to extend b/g/n Wi-Fi signals from any wireless router, users can choose between 2.4 or 5GHz radio bands to further improve the reach and performance of their network.