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Items tagged with: Wireless Extender

SmallNetBuilder Giveaway Results: D-Link Wireless N Powerline Router and Powerline Wireless N Extender

D-Link Wireless N Powerline Router and Powerline Wireless N ExtenderThe contest has ended. The winner of the D-Link Wireless N Powerline Router and Powerline Wireless N Extender is Mike Willard, with the correct answer of Atheros INT6400 / INT1400 chipset.

Congratulations, Mike! And thanks to everyone who entered.

Cisco Linksys RE1000 Wireless-N Extender Reviewed

Cisco Linksys RE1000 Wireless-N ExtenderCisco's RE1000 Linksys Wireless-N Extender is nice and small, but not a great performer.

D-Link DHP-W306AV PowerLine AV Wireless N Extender Reviewed

D-Link DHP-W306AV PowerLine AV Wireless N ExtenderD-Link's DHP-W306AV is a flexible little access point that can extend your network via powerline or Ethernet.

NETGEAR WN2000RPT Universal WiFi Range Extender Reviewed

NETGEAR WN2000RPT Universal WiFi Range ExtenderNETGEAR's WN2000RPT is simple to use, but suffers the same weakness as all repeaters.

Fun With A Femtocell

Verizon Network Extender A brief encounter with a cellular network extender showed that some router firewalls are too aggressive for their own good.

Hawking adds draft 11n range extender

Hawking Technologies today announced a wireless range extender supporting 802.11b, g and draft n networks.

The HWREN1 Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Range Extender is said to work with "most" 802.11b/g/ draft n networks, access points and routers and does not require WDS bridging/repeating support. Networks using WEP, WPA and WPA2 wireless security are supported.

The HWREN1 is available now for around $100 street.

Linksys WRE54G Wireless-G Range Expander reviewed

Linksys' Wireless-G Range Expander pitches itself as a painless way to expand your wireless network's range. Unfortunately, we found it to be an interesting concept, but deliver far short of its promises.
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