• Super Power Supply 3 X 9d Bi 2.4 G Hz 5 G Hz Dual Band Wi Fi Rp Sma Antenna For Routers Asus Rt Ac66 U Rt N
Super Power Supply 3 X 9d Bi 2.4 G Hz 5 G Hz Dual Band Wi Fi Rp Sma Antenna For Routers Asus Rt Ac66 U Rt N

Super Power Supply 3 X 9d Bi 2.4 G Hz 5 G Hz Dual Band Wi Fi Rp Sma Antenna For Routers Asus Rt Ac66 U Rt N

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  • This item includes 9dBi antennas, great for repeaters, access points, and long range. These provide 2 to 4 times the gain of stock antennas. They are 15 inches in length.
  • These antennas have RP SMA connectors and are compatible with many models including Buffalo WHR series routers, Cisco and Linksys WRT160NL, and E series, Proxim, US Robotics, Wi-LAN, and Tranzeo brand routers. Any router that has RP SMA connectors works! Also works with all USB and PCI WiFi adapters with RP SMA connectors.
  • 3 High Gain 9dBi omni-directional antennas with RP SMA adapters
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • for Routers ASUS RT-N16 RT-N66U RT-AC66U RT-AC1750 D-Link DIR-655 DIR-665 Buffalo WZR-HP-G450H TP-Link TL-WR1043ND TL-WR2543ND TL-WDR4300 Omni Directional Network Extension Mini PCIe PCI Cards

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Significant improvement in single story home. Background: My router is at one corner of my single story ranch home, in a garage converted to an office. The signal must penetrate a brick wall to feed the rest of the house. Not an ideal situation but one that is not likely to change soon. I have moved the router around a bit to improve signal best I can and experimented with homemade foil reflectors which provided no improvement. I also tried extenders which do improve signal in the rest of the house but cut throughput in about half.First impressions: these antenna are honkers compared to the dinky originals. Original antenna on my DIR-655 are 4.25" tall, the replacements are 15" tall. Initial testing in areas of my house that previously had a weak or no signal shows about 5+ db gain which may not sound like much but translates to approximately a doubling or better of actual throughput and the delay in milliseconds cut in half. The farthest bedroom used to average 2.4 Mbps and after the antenna upgrade is averaging 10+ Mbps, a staggering improvement. My back deck (which is closer to the router but the signal must penetrate another brick wall) used to average 3.4 Mbps and now averages 6.5+ Mbps with highs in the 12 Mbps.I have some older devices that are G only so my router is transmitting in B/G/N at 2.4 Ghz. 5used on 4 story home, basement Fios router and xmartO security Camera NVR... Great results!~ Used on Fios router and xmartO security Camera NVR... Great results!~ MY wifi signal goes further and is now stronger in spots where it used to die. It doesn't do anything crazy amazing especially if you have a lot of walls and floors in your house. But if you get dead zones in some spots like bathrooms, front porch, backyard etc, these will certainly help raise your signal strength. They don't make your internet faster, a full signal is a full signal.On my NVR, I replaced the 2 stock antennas with 2 of these. And instantly saw the signal strength go up on the two cameras mounted on the front of my house. It slightly raised the signal on the other cameras, but they all already had a pretty significant signal prior.. It was really just the two cameras in front (that are behind brick) that needed the slight boost. And these did the trick to obtaining a far more stable connection to the cameras.Highly recommended. Just don't have absurd expectations. There are limits to omni directional antennas this size. 5Measurements Updated.1. After extensive measurements at night, various power settings, various router and antenna orientations, etc, here are the results.Distance of client 20 feet, with a concrete wall and a corner on the way. Router ASUS 68. Radio 5GHz. No other clients running. No other 5GHz networks or phones in the area.-- Stock antennas throughput: 280 Mbps average, -50 dbi-- Super Power Supply 9dbi antennas: 320 Mbps average, -46dbi (this item)-- Super Power Supply 12dbi antennas: 260 Mbps average, -47dbiThroughput sometimes may be higher even with a slightly lower dbi signal, depending on how clear the signal is. These are much more directional than your stock antennas, therefore you'll get a little better signal on certain locations, but not in others. If you want 360-degree coverage, stick with the stock antennas or get the 7dbi. Such high-gain antennas should come with a warning: ***Signal becomes much more directional, careful orientation of router will be required, not recommended for uniform 360-coverage***. 3you might not even know how bad you need these! This works AMAZING! My parents live 2 doors down and across the street from me and I share my internet with them as they are not there all year long. They don't need super fast internet like me but it was getting ridiculously slow sometimes only .5-3mbs down and less than 1mbs up. After install one of these antennas on their router, and 2 on my router he gets over 20 mbs download and 15mbs upload (hes probably 150 feet away) My router is the asus RT66u I would only get 10-20mbs on the other side of my house through the chromecast/tv/phone. And after installing these now I have over 60mbs down!!! What a difference these antennas make, WOW super impressed! 4k videos are SOOOO much smoother now, where have these been all my life! 5Junk when used with an Asus router! This product is a total hoax! I should have listened to all the 1 star reviews. I took dBm measurements with the stock antennas on my RT-AC66U from multiple locations inside and outside my house so I would have a good basis for the new ones. I installed the new ones, even restarted the router, and played with the angles of the new antennas, testing multiple times, and AT BEST I could get the SAME signal quality as the originals but in some areas it was actually WORSE!!! In addition, I found significant speed fluctuations and very uneven testing when using the Speedtest app. The original antennas generally produced smooth, even results on Speedtest, the new ones seemed to jump all over the place during the tests. Bottom line, maybe these antennas will create improvement with other brands of routers, but if you have an Asus (excellent router) like me, don't waster your time and energy! 1Loss of more than 10dB on my Netgear Nighthawk R7000 Unfortunately, despite being about 20 feet away, within direct line-of-sight and exactly in the plane of the antennas' best reception pattern with the three antennas oriented vertically, for my combination of Netgear Nighthawk R7000 router and a Macbook Air with 802.11ac, these antennas actually -reduced- signal strength by at least 10dB compared to the smaller stock Netgear antennas (e.g. -38db stock to -50db on 2.4ghz and -44db stock became -55db on 5ghz with the computer and router in the same locations). I tried orienting the Macbook Air both vertically and horizontally just to see if polarization mattered, as well as restarting the router, but no significant improvement appeared. With the lower signal strength, the transmit rate was significantly reduced, especially on 5ghz, even at this reasonably close range.Maybe they're just a bad match for my R7000 or I got defective antennas, but I definitely observed only disadvantage in my easily-repeatable experiment with these antennas and the R7000 :( 1Work well when used correctly! All high gain antennas on Amazon get many negative reviews from people who don't understand the product they're buying. These antennas do not and can not increase the transmit power of your wireless router. The transmit power is limited by the FCC. High gain antennas increase the signal power in some directions by sacrificing signal power in other directions.These antennas are much larger than the stock antennas, which gives the impression that they'll just plain have greater range in every way. THEY WON'T. This kind of antenna is designed for large sprawling single story homes. It's designed to reach farther in all directions on a single level by sacrificing casting the radio signal up and down. So if you try to use this antenna in a multi-level home, you'll get stronger reception on the level the router is one while the other level(s) go nearly dead.I see a lot of complaints that these antennas are too heavy for their own joints to hold them in place when they are adjusted at angles. The same people often complain that these antennas don't work. The fact they're trying to set these antennas at angles indicates that they don't know what they're doing, and they're setting them up wrong. ALL THREE ANTENNAS SHOULD POINT STRAIGHT UP for them to work correctly. Use the joints on them only to make minor corrections to the way they're pointing so that they are directly vertical. Adjusting them to angles will create gaps in your signal coverage. Incidentally, they also won't have any problems staying up under their own weight when they're pointing upward like they're supposed to.I found that these particular antennas seemed to work much better in the 2.4GHz band than 5GHz. And that's probably fine, really. Most applications for these antennas are going to be in large single story homes where 5GHz isn't going to be able to penetrate enough walls anyway. They definitely increased the range of the 2.4GHz on a single level substantially. 4Improved connection between two bridged routers by a significant amount Very happy with this purchase.My in-laws have an office building about 100 yards away from their house. The office building has main internet connection and the cable company told them they would have to purchase a second monthly subscription to have cable internet ran to the house. I don't think so.I set them up with two ASUS RT-N16 routers, one acting a bridge and placed in a location in the house that received OK signal from the other RT-N16 in the office. This worked well enough, but was occasionally spotty due to the somewhat weak signal especially on poor weather days.I had wanted to purchase some larger aftermarket antennas for a while, but I never took the plunge because of the conflicting reviews for other antennas. I found these on Amazon and they seemed to be reviewed well, with a couple of negatives sprinkled in and they also had a decent price, so I took the plunge. I'm VERY happy that I did. I bought two sets, one set for both routers. My wireless signal between the two improved about 30 dbm and speeds also improved from around a 5mb connection to about 20mb (if I'm recalling correctly).I believe, with realistic expectations and an understanding of your wireless network, these antennas are well worth the money. 5BUYERS BEWARE: I bought these antennas for use on ... BUYERS BEWARE:I bought these antennas for use on some new ASUS WiFi routers I purchased (1 would be the router & 3 would be access points). These antennas did not improve the signal strength of any of my WiFi gear. In fact, when my laptop was in the same room as one of my access points outfitted with these antennas, the decibel (dB) rating of the RSSI signal actually dropped! I did extensive testing of these antennas with a specialized WiFi signal strength analysis application that runs on my laptop. In every test, my new WiFi gear had much stronger RSSI signals with the ASUS-supplied 6" antennas. I attempted to return these, but unfortunately some unforeseen circumstances prevented me from getting these shipped back by the 90-day return policy--oh well. 1These work just fine, I used these for my ASUS RT-AC68R These work just fine, I used these for my ASUS RT-AC68R. I had purchased these because I was hoping to get a small range boost compared to the stock antennas that my router came with. However things didn't turn out that way after checking/comparing the signal strength of my router/access point at several different spots throughout my home my router has almost exactly the same signal strength. These didn't improve my range at all. In fact they are almost identical performance to my stock ASUS RT-AC68R however since they work equally well I'm still going to give them a decent rating. Since they still work just fine overall I feel it would be unfair to rate less than 3 stars. However I just want people to be aware that I checked and verified the signal strength using a WiFi analyzer app on my android smart phone and the signal db readings are pretty much identical at varying differences when compared to the original stock antennas my router shipped with. So don't purchase these if you're hoping to get a big signal boost. (At least if you have the router I have anyways) 3
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Significant improvement in single story home. Background: My router is at one corner of my single story ranch home, in a garage converted to an office. The signal must penetrate a brick wall to feed the rest of the house. Not an ideal situation but one that is not likely to change soon. I have moved the router around a bit to improve signal best I can and experimented with homemade foil reflectors which provided no improvement. I also tried extenders which do improve signal in the rest of the house but cut throughput in about half.First impressions: these antenna are honkers compared to the dinky originals. Original antenna on my DIR-655 are 4.25" tall, the replacements are 15" tall. Initial testing in areas of my house that previously had a weak or no signal shows about 5+ db gain which may not sound like much but translates to approximately a doubling or better of actual throughput and the delay in milliseconds cut in half. The farthest bedroom used to average 2.4 Mbps and after the antenna upgrade is averaging 10+ Mbps, a staggering improvement. My back deck (which is closer to the router but the signal must penetrate another brick wall) used to average 3.4 Mbps and now averages 6.5+ Mbps with highs in the 12 Mbps.I have some older devices that are G only so my router is transmitting in B/G/N at 2.4 Ghz. 5used on 4 story home, basement Fios router and xmartO security Camera NVR... Great results!~ Used on Fios router and xmartO security Camera NVR... Great results!~ MY wifi signal goes further and is now stronger in spots where it used to die. It doesn't do anything crazy amazing especially if you have a lot of walls and floors in your house. But if you get dead zones in some spots like bathrooms, front porch, backyard etc, these will certainly help raise your signal strength. They don't make your internet faster, a full signal is a full signal.On my NVR, I replaced the 2 stock antennas with 2 of these. And instantly saw the signal strength go up on the two cameras mounted on the front of my house. It slightly raised the signal on the other cameras, but they all already had a pretty significant signal prior.. It was really just the two cameras in front (that are behind brick) that needed the slight boost. And these did the trick to obtaining a far more stable connection to the cameras.Highly recommended. Just don't have absurd expectations. There are limits to omni directional antennas this size. 5Measurements Updated.1. After extensive measurements at night, various power settings, various router and antenna orientations, etc, here are the results.Distance of client 20 feet, with a concrete wall and a corner on the way. Router ASUS 68. Radio 5GHz. No other clients running. No other 5GHz networks or phones in the area.-- Stock antennas throughput: 280 Mbps average, -50 dbi-- Super Power Supply 9dbi antennas: 320 Mbps average, -46dbi (this item)-- Super Power Supply 12dbi antennas: 260 Mbps average, -47dbiThroughput sometimes may be higher even with a slightly lower dbi signal, depending on how clear the signal is. These are much more directional than your stock antennas, therefore you'll get a little better signal on certain locations, but not in others. If you want 360-degree coverage, stick with the stock antennas or get the 7dbi. Such high-gain antennas should come with a warning: ***Signal becomes much more directional, careful orientation of router will be required, not recommended for uniform 360-coverage***. 3you might not even know how bad you need these! This works AMAZING! My parents live 2 doors down and across the street from me and I share my internet with them as they are not there all year long. They don't need super fast internet like me but it was getting ridiculously slow sometimes only .5-3mbs down and less than 1mbs up. After install one of these antennas on their router, and 2 on my router he gets over 20 mbs download and 15mbs upload (hes probably 150 feet away) My router is the asus RT66u I would only get 10-20mbs on the other side of my house through the chromecast/tv/phone. And after installing these now I have over 60mbs down!!! What a difference these antennas make, WOW super impressed! 4k videos are SOOOO much smoother now, where have these been all my life! 5Junk when used with an Asus router! This product is a total hoax! I should have listened to all the 1 star reviews. I took dBm measurements with the stock antennas on my RT-AC66U from multiple locations inside and outside my house so I would have a good basis for the new ones. I installed the new ones, even restarted the router, and played with the angles of the new antennas, testing multiple times, and AT BEST I could get the SAME signal quality as the originals but in some areas it was actually WORSE!!! In addition, I found significant speed fluctuations and very uneven testing when using the Speedtest app. The original antennas generally produced smooth, even results on Speedtest, the new ones seemed to jump all over the place during the tests. Bottom line, maybe these antennas will create improvement with other brands of routers, but if you have an Asus (excellent router) like me, don't waster your time and energy! 1Loss of more than 10dB on my Netgear Nighthawk R7000 Unfortunately, despite being about 20 feet away, within direct line-of-sight and exactly in the plane of the antennas' best reception pattern with the three antennas oriented vertically, for my combination of Netgear Nighthawk R7000 router and a Macbook Air with 802.11ac, these antennas actually -reduced- signal strength by at least 10dB compared to the smaller stock Netgear antennas (e.g. -38db stock to -50db on 2.4ghz and -44db stock became -55db on 5ghz with the computer and router in the same locations). I tried orienting the Macbook Air both vertically and horizontally just to see if polarization mattered, as well as restarting the router, but no significant improvement appeared. With the lower signal strength, the transmit rate was significantly reduced, especially on 5ghz, even at this reasonably close range.Maybe they're just a bad match for my R7000 or I got defective antennas, but I definitely observed only disadvantage in my easily-repeatable experiment with these antennas and the R7000 :( 1Work well when used correctly! All high gain antennas on Amazon get many negative reviews from people who don't understand the product they're buying. These antennas do not and can not increase the transmit power of your wireless router. The transmit power is limited by the FCC. High gain antennas increase the signal power in some directions by sacrificing signal power in other directions.These antennas are much larger than the stock antennas, which gives the impression that they'll just plain have greater range in every way. THEY WON'T. This kind of antenna is designed for large sprawling single story homes. It's designed to reach farther in all directions on a single level by sacrificing casting the radio signal up and down. So if you try to use this antenna in a multi-level home, you'll get stronger reception on the level the router is one while the other level(s) go nearly dead.I see a lot of complaints that these antennas are too heavy for their own joints to hold them in place when they are adjusted at angles. The same people often complain that these antennas don't work. The fact they're trying to set these antennas at angles indicates that they don't know what they're doing, and they're setting them up wrong. ALL THREE ANTENNAS SHOULD POINT STRAIGHT UP for them to work correctly. Use the joints on them only to make minor corrections to the way they're pointing so that they are directly vertical. Adjusting them to angles will create gaps in your signal coverage. Incidentally, they also won't have any problems staying up under their own weight when they're pointing upward like they're supposed to.I found that these particular antennas seemed to work much better in the 2.4GHz band than 5GHz. And that's probably fine, really. Most applications for these antennas are going to be in large single story homes where 5GHz isn't going to be able to penetrate enough walls anyway. They definitely increased the range of the 2.4GHz on a single level substantially. 4Improved connection between two bridged routers by a significant amount Very happy with this purchase.My in-laws have an office building about 100 yards away from their house. The office building has main internet connection and the cable company told them they would have to purchase a second monthly subscription to have cable internet ran to the house. I don't think so.I set them up with two ASUS RT-N16 routers, one acting a bridge and placed in a location in the house that received OK signal from the other RT-N16 in the office. This worked well enough, but was occasionally spotty due to the somewhat weak signal especially on poor weather days.I had wanted to purchase some larger aftermarket antennas for a while, but I never took the plunge because of the conflicting reviews for other antennas. I found these on Amazon and they seemed to be reviewed well, with a couple of negatives sprinkled in and they also had a decent price, so I took the plunge. I'm VERY happy that I did. I bought two sets, one set for both routers. My wireless signal between the two improved about 30 dbm and speeds also improved from around a 5mb connection to about 20mb (if I'm recalling correctly).I believe, with realistic expectations and an understanding of your wireless network, these antennas are well worth the money. 5BUYERS BEWARE: I bought these antennas for use on ... BUYERS BEWARE:I bought these antennas for use on some new ASUS WiFi routers I purchased (1 would be the router & 3 would be access points). These antennas did not improve the signal strength of any of my WiFi gear. In fact, when my laptop was in the same room as one of my access points outfitted with these antennas, the decibel (dB) rating of the RSSI signal actually dropped! I did extensive testing of these antennas with a specialized WiFi signal strength analysis application that runs on my laptop. In every test, my new WiFi gear had much stronger RSSI signals with the ASUS-supplied 6" antennas. I attempted to return these, but unfortunately some unforeseen circumstances prevented me from getting these shipped back by the 90-day return policy--oh well. 1These work just fine, I used these for my ASUS RT-AC68R These work just fine, I used these for my ASUS RT-AC68R. I had purchased these because I was hoping to get a small range boost compared to the stock antennas that my router came with. However things didn't turn out that way after checking/comparing the signal strength of my router/access point at several different spots throughout my home my router has almost exactly the same signal strength. These didn't improve my range at all. In fact they are almost identical performance to my stock ASUS RT-AC68R however since they work equally well I'm still going to give them a decent rating. Since they still work just fine overall I feel it would be unfair to rate less than 3 stars. However I just want people to be aware that I checked and verified the signal strength using a WiFi analyzer app on my android smart phone and the signal db readings are pretty much identical at varying differences when compared to the original stock antennas my router shipped with. So don't purchase these if you're hoping to get a big signal boost. (At least if you have the router I have anyways) 3
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