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  • posted byMariusjunior on 02/08/2013

    Feels as massive, good quality. Very cheap antenna. I can't turn the wheel on this antenna. So, when I screw this antenna on the router, the antenna point to a total wrong direction! So, I have to screw it back a little, but then the antenna is loos and not tight. That's why I only gave 3 stars I... Read more

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  • posted byET3D3D on 07/17/2009

    It works. It works worse than the 2dBi antenna that came with my router. I bought this antenna in the hope that it'd provide a small boost to the wifi connections in my home. It looks bigger than the 2dBi antenna that came with the router, but when I connected it and tested connection strength it... Read more

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  • posted byaxlety on 03/22/2009

    The antenna is cheap and it works. It can lock in 3 positions. Big and heavy - looks strong. Does not offer any signal improvement over stock antenna. In fact, it is even slightly worse! The connector is metal, but is painted with non-conductive paint, so the shield is probably not connected. Was... Read more

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  • posted byredhawk89 on 03/06/2009

    -Plugged this device into the back of a linksys wireless and it finds the router which is downstairs. This is a significant upgrade over not being able to find the router. -I cannot think of any con. The only con would be to not buy this item. You should buy it if you just need some sort of like... Read more

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  • posted byflipje on 12/29/2008

    a nice antenna, a bit stronger than the stock antenna =) works well on my FON router =) none where i can think off, works like a charm there is a nice way to get to the 500 chars.. you always can fill up this field with a story about how you fill this up, so it might sounds interesting. But this... Read more

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  • posted bySysmatck on 09/08/2008

    The antenna works very well, the price is realy good, and the material seems like all others of the same kind. The antenna is a litle bigger than a 2dbi antenna and a litle smaller than a realy 5dbi one I don`t think the specified Gain (5 dBi) is true. In my tests this antenna could not issue my... Read more

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  • posted bynightshade on 07/08/2008

    This is a exact replacement WiFi Antenna for my Linksys WRT54GC and EdiMax card. It works great but the range is no better than the original antenna. It is still a very cheap replacement antenna as the original antenna from Linksys would cost at least 5 time the price we paid at dealextreme. Was... Read more

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  • posted bycctsmaster on 07/01/2008

    * Has three locking angles * Solidly constructed connector * RP-SMA connector, not RP-TNC as mentioned previously. Your experience may vary. * Uh... it's black? * Squeaky and rattly * RP-SMA connector, I ordered it hoping for a RP-TNC... sigh. No real use for a RP-SMA myself. As mentioned, it's a... Read more

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  • posted bykevredon on 11/16/2007

    A cheap basic antenna (not more then +2 dB) for routers without internal antenna It the wrong connector. The product claims [RP-]SMA, but it's RP-TNC A normal antenna. The inner is not as good as antenna on the market which have better copper, but it works enough Be aware of the connector, the is... Read more

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  • posted byInvisibleSoul on 11/01/2007

    Using NetStumbler to get a more reliable reading, here is what I found. With DD-WRT on an old WRT54G v2 using single antenna mode, I found that one of the two antennas I bought is defective. With no antenna attached at all, the signal/noise ratio was 40. With the default antenna, SNR is 58. With... Read more

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