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This Chart is for Wireless Extenders.

These products are dedicated devices used to extend the signal from a main wireless router or access point to a location with a very weak or no wireless signal. They work with any wireless router or access point, since they do not use WDS

The Charts show results for multiple benchmarks sorted in descending performance order. Use the Select Benchmark dropdown to choose a benchmark.

The benchmark view can be filtered using the Company (shift-click to for multiple companies), Class, Band and Test version filters. Make your selection(s) and click the Filter button to filter the view. Click the Clear button to bring back all products. See this article for an explanation of Wireless Class.

Bar color indicates the test version used for the benchmark. Bar color explanations can be found by clicking the Test Information button found below this box. All test versions are selected by default. Checking box(es) sets a filter to show only products tested with that version.

Important: Only products tested with the same test version are directly comparable, due to differences in test process.

Archived products are hidden by default. Click [Switch to show] to reveal, [Hide them] to hide.

Other features include:

  • Features Button: Check the boxes to the left of up to four products and click to see product features.
  • Benchmark Summary Button: Check the box to the left of one product and click the Benchmark Summary button to see all benchmark test results.
  • Price vs. Performance Button: Click the button to see products plotted by Price vs. Performance
  • Class:Rank, $$ (Price) and Throughput columns are all sortable. Click each title to sort ascending and click again to sort descending.
  • Clicking on the Product description will take you to the related review.
  • Clicking on the Class:Rank value will take you to the Wireless Extender Ranker.
  • Clicking on the Price will show pricing details.

Key

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  • represents results using the procedure described in the review

NOTE! Only tests with the same color bars are directly comparable due to differences in test method!


Description

This chart shows the repeated throughput of wireless extenders for the frequency band and direction described in the chart title.

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Company Class Band  
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ProductClass:Rank    $$
Throughput (Mbps)
$5438.9
$1937.0
$7037.0
$8424.7
$3021.4
$1721.0
$3621.0
$9620.6
$4220.0
$1119.0
$7418.7
$3918.0
$6816.6
$4816.0
$3516.0
$6015.0
$6514.0
$12413.0
$5712.0
Throughput (Mbps)
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