Dual Band Wireless Extender Router
The Dual Band Wireless Extender Router is Mainly used for providing free WiFi service in big area such as factory, community, street or etc. The AP/Router can take an existing 2.4GHz or 5GHz wireless signal, repeat and extend it to a longer range where it is too far away for the router or access point to reach. The AP/Router simultaneously supports 2.4G and 5G wireless network connection, and it can supports 2.4G and 5G transmission speeds of up to 733Mbps. It has 3 x Internal Antennas providing even better wireless performance, transmission rates, stability technology automatically avoids channel conflicts using its channel selection feature.
Dual Band Wireless Extender Router
White & Black
EU, US, UK, AU type, please contact us which is for your country.
IEEE802.11ac,IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g,IEEE 802.11n
11ac: 16QAM, 64QAM 128QAM 256QAM with OFDM
802.11ac: up to 433Mbps
802.11b: 17dBm ± 2 dBm 802.11g: 14dBm ± 2 dBm
Outdoors 300m, Indoor 100m(According to the actual environment change)
64/128-bit WEP, AES,TKIP,WPA,WPA2,802.1x,WPA-PSK,WPA2-PSK,MAC, WDS
·Complies with IEEE802.11 a/b/g/n-and 802.11ac standards
·Supports router,AP,Repeater and client
·Simultaneous Dual-Band speed up to 750Mbps(2.5GHZ+5GHZ)
·Dual band connections for Lag-free HD video streaming and gaming
·Maximum WLAN Security with WPA2,WPA and WEP(128/64)
·Easy wireless security encryption at a push of the WPS button
·Features a convenient power switch,enabling you to switch on/off
·Software wizard for simple setup
·Compact, wall plug design for convenient placement
1.Wireless Router Mode (Default)
Creates an instant private wireless network and share Internet to multiple
Wi-Fi devices, which is suitable for most hotel and home network.
Extend existing Wi-Fi, improving signal strength and maximizing coverage.
3.Access Point Mode
Creates a wireless network for Wi-Fi devices.
4.WISP Client Router Mode
Simultaneous Wireless ISP access and sharing.
5.Client Mode (TV/Game Console)
Gives wired-only devices access to an existing Wi-Fi networks.
1. F: What is 2.4GHz vs. 5GHz? What are Single-band and Dual-band Routers?
A: GHz is simply the range — how it travels and how far it goes. There's 2.4GHz and 5GHz. You
would think 5GHz is better because it's a bigger number. Not necessarily.
2.4GHz is used for a lot of things around most homes — garage door openers, wireless home
security sensors, etc. It's also the frequency that has been used for every wireless router sold
since 1999. 2.4GHz is fine in many households, but in others it can be VERY crowded.
Single-band routers can only use one band at a time (either 2.4GHz or 5GHz). A dual band router
gets both 2.4GHz and 5GHz. Many of today's new routers are dual-band which gives you the best
of both worlds. But remember, 5GHz has limitations (walls, ceilings, floors). Depending on where
you place your router, you may still need a Wi-Fi extender or a second router to maximize Wi-Fi
speeds in your home. And while newer devices are going this route, many devices more than 2
years old may not be capable of using 5GHz. If you are upgrading a device in your home, you
should ensure that it can support 5GHz, wireless AC, and dual band.
2. F: How to enter the router's GUI?
A: Open a web browser and navigate to your device's configuration page by typing wireless router's default IP address 192.168.10.1
3. Can the SSID of the router be set to the same SSID of the network it is extending?
Answer: The default name will be (Your SSID) but you can change it to whatever you like.
4. What type of security should I use for my Wi-Fi network?
Security is necessary so that unauthorized persons cannot use your Wi-Fi and slow your speeds.
The type of security you choose is important to maximize your wireless network's performance.
Today, the most widely used and Wi-Fi Alliance approved security method is WPA2-PSK (AES)
security. It is the security method that provides the best performance on your network. Some Wi-Fi devices (laptops, computers) will not support this method, so be aware if you must choose older security methods like WEP, your wireless network's performance will be slowed down. If you have a device that only supports WEP you should strongly consider upgrading that device.