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D-Link ANT24-0700 2.4 GHz Omni-Directional 7 dBi Indoor Antenna

by D-Link
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  • Provides 360° of enhanced signal coverage for an existing existing 802.11b/g wireless network
  • Includes a 1.5 m extension cable for greater flexibility in placement
  • Use either SMA or TNC connectors with the included RP-SMA to RP-TNC conversion adapter
  • Magnetic base unit has an incredible strong hold on any metal surface
  • Enjoy the benefits of wireless connectivity at greater distances throughout your home or small office
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: D-Link
  • Model: ANT24-0700
  • Connectivity Technology: Wireless
  • Network Data Transfer Rate: 108 Megabits Per Second
  • Width: 4 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 8 x 2.5 inches ; 15.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007XXU3E
  • Item model number: ANT24-0700
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (181 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 5, 2005

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

D-Link introduces the ANT24-0700 Omni-Directional 7dBi Indoor Antenna designed to provide extended coverage for an existing 802.11b/g wireless network. The omni-directional design of the ANT24-0700 offers dramatically increased wireless signal coverage in all directions. With 360° of better signal reception, this high-gain antenna will also improve data throughput at further distances. The D-Link ANT24-0700 Omni-Directional 7dBi Indoor Antenna connects to a variety of wireless PCI adapters, wireless routers and access points on the market today. Whether the wireless router or access point has a SMA or TNC connector, the ANT24-0700 comes with a RP-SMA to RP-TNC conversion adapter to accommodate either connector type. For maximum flexibility in placement, the ANT24-0700 comes with a magnetic base unit with 1.5m (4.9 feet) extension cable, and a mounting kit. The magnetic base unit has an incredible strong hold onto any metal surface. Avoid the cost and complexity of adding additional wireless access points or wireless repeaters when you can easily use the ANT24-0700. Enjoy the benefits of wireless connectivity at greater distances throughout your home or small office.

Features and Benefits

  • Powerful signal reception in all directions
  • Works with virtually any 802.11b/g compliant devices with a SMA or TNC connector
  • Another example of D-Links incredible engineering, quality construction, and reliability
  • Increase signal access in rooms on the opposite end of your house

Product Description

The D-Link ANT24-0700 is a 7dBi High-Gain Omni-Directional Antenna designed to provide 360° of enhanced wireless signal coverage. For greater flexibility in placement, the ANT24-0700 is accompanied by a magnetic based with 1.5m extension cable. For any 2.4GHz wireless networking device with a SMA or TNC connector, the ANT24-0700 is the ideal solution to help increase wireless reception. Place the antenna in a prime location where maximum signal coverage can be attained.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The results were a bit disappointing.
Tim Matson
My signal strength is now excellent to very good on the first floor and very good to good on the second level with the router in the basement.
Tini Korah
I then tried to replace the antenna, not on the router but on WiFi card installed in the remote PC.
Adit

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

182 of 183 people found the following review helpful By Tini Korah on April 8, 2006
My wireless router is in my office in the basement. When I took my laptop to the first floor the signal strength was "Very Good" or "Good". When I first installed this antenna, it didn't make a difference and I was going to write it off, but I went through the instruction manual. The key to making this antenna work is the way you position it. For example if you keep the antenna vertical as you see in the picture on amazon, it transmits the signal in a horizontal circle. Like a dinner plate set on the dining table. If you are trying to send the signal to other rooms on the same level, this helps. However, it doesnt help if you are trying to send boost the signal to a level above or below the route. You need to position the antenna horizontally, (i.e, parallel to the floor) to send the signal in a vertical circle. My signal strength is now excellent to very good on the first floor and very good to good on the second level with the router in the basement. Hope this helps.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By C. Hill HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on March 1, 2006
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We have tried several different solutions for providing an Internet connection to my children's PC. We bought it for them to do their homework on and play games since they were tying up our other two computers (one used for our home based business). The problem was that we live in a very old and big house, making running cable very problematic. The obvious solution was wireless. We went out and bought all of the needed parts (all d-link), but the kid's room was *just* outside the range of the signal. Using the D-Link 2.4GHz Omni-Directional 7dBi Indoor Antenna ( ANT24-0700 ) solved this problem. It also took less than 1 minute to replace the old antenna with this one. This was just what we needed!
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By techmannn on September 25, 2006
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You can connect this to either your router or to your wireless card (assuming it has the type of anntenna you can detach).

In eiher case you can boost your signal around 20% in normal real-world scenarios. If you need more of a boost than that, you may be disappointed by your results. There is no wireless antenna that can really boost more than that. At that point, you should invest in a new wireless router, or buy a 2nd router to extend the range of your current wireless.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Saxman642 on October 30, 2005
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I bought this antenna for my DI-624 wireless router to boost the Wireless signal to a few nieghbours who I share my DSL connection with.

It took 4 minutes to open the packaging and about 10 seconds to actually replace the old antenna with the new one.

My neighbours used to report the the signal strength was always "very low", now they report that is consistently "good". Another friend with a laptop says he can pick up my signal from further away than he did before I got this antenna. I estimate the outdoor range to be about 120m before and about 200m+ after I got this antenna for my setup.

My only advice with the placing is to put it high up as the horizintal broadcast angle is only 24 - 30 degrees.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Rob W. on December 6, 2008
I put off buying this antenna for some time after reading the hit and miss reviews that different users posted here and elsewhere.

But with a $[...] rebate I decided to take the chance and test it out for myself. The results I post are real for my house and the computers we use. Know ahead of time that this may be one of the most subjective pieces of equipment you may buy and that it may or may not work for you, your building, your router, your type of wireless cards and your computers. That doesn't make it a bad product or defective. It just means that like all computers, the conditions and equipment make a huge difference. Be forewarned.

I live in a single story 2100 square foot steel reinforced concrete block ranch style home. The internet modem and D-Link DI 624 wireless router are at one of the extreme points of the house in my home office. So the signal with the original antenna to the far side of the house, over 40' away was always one or two bars.

After hooking the ANT24-0700 up to the D-Link wireless router, the signal strength was boosted a very great amount. I've not used any software to measure it like some of the others here have but I have done a walk around bar test which I'll share.

I took my newish HP laptop and first walked around the inside of the house. On the near side of the house in the bedrooms, I have 5/5 bars. On the farthest inside of the house in the master bedroom where my wife's E Machines computer is located, her signal went from 1 bar using a D-Link Turbo card to 4/5 bars. This is amazing to us especially after reading some of the reviews here that some folks aren't getting any boost at all, or very little. I can only surmise that it's a mismatch of equipment.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By B. Jones on August 15, 2006
I live in a house built in the 1920s (thick plaster walls). I use a D-Link DI-624 wireless router with one PC hardwired to the router, 1 PC with a wireless card, one laptop with a wireless card and a Roku wireless music player. With the original antenna on the DI-624, I had good reception on the laptop (usually on the same floor as the router or on the back deck), fair to good on the wireless PC (in the basement office) and fair reception on the Roku. I originally bought one of these antennas and at first used it on the router. The reception on the laptop and Roku improved, but the reception in the basement got worse, often dropping and never getting above poor. I switched the antenna to the wireless card on the basement PC and returned the original antenna to the router and the upstairs reception returned to the previous levels while the basement reception improved drastically to very good. After a few weeks of struggling with the Roku taking forever to load large playlists and sometimes dropping connection, I got a second antenna and attached it to the router again. Now I have great reception on all devices regardless of location.

From reading the various reviews of this and other accessory antennas, it looks like your results will vary from location to location. I think as long as you can return your purchase if it doesn't work for you, you should give one a try.
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