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  • posted bypss2010 on 01/15/2013

    -Solid Metal -Good looking long antenna -Long power chord even if its USA pins I could bend them careful for AUS/NZ Socket -Didnt fit on one router a older wireless G syslink one.. the antenna where thicker screw design however it fit nicely the newer D-link dir-825 -Although it added 1 bar to most things to what i was getting anyhow the samsung tv ... Read more

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  • posted byZdenekJi on 11/15/2011

    This device can make your WiFi dreams come true. It has substantially higher output power than what can be bought locally in so-called "developed countries" - police states. The device boosted the signal in the most distant room from the router by 15 dB. It went from 2 bars randomly dropping to 4 bars, rock solid connection. I am using it ... Read more

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  • posted byorikron on 07/27/2010

    ENG: Increases signal strenght betwen 5 an 10 dB Comes with a little pigtail Do not get much hot ES: Aumenta la potencia de la señal entre 5 y 10 dB Viene con un pequeño latiguillo No se calienta demasiado ENG: Maybe a greater RX gain would be better ES: Quizá una mayor ganancia de recepción sería mejor ENG: None... do what ... Read more

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  • posted bykatletz on 06/24/2010

    I had the problem that I couldn't establish a connection between my laptop and access point (asusdeluxe wl-500g) in some rooms (very thick stone walls). This little amplifier gives enough oomph to have a reception even in the remotest corner of the flat. None so far. I got a new power supply which feeds both the AP and the amplifier. I use the small ... Read more

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  • posted byPreviousN on 02/24/2010

    Pros: * Cheap * Uses a Standard connector * Actually works. Before connecting I got ~55dBm. After connecting I got ~48dBm. The closer to 0, the better. * It's small. * OS independent. * Comes with a short pigtail that isn't really needed - but I guess that's a good thing. Cons: * Not useful unless you mount it somewhere. You won't want to carry this ... Read more

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