Wireless B/G/N USB Adapter with Parabolic Antenna, 16dBi - EXTEND WIFI
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- Size: 120 x 65 x 22 (mm)
- Connects at a full 150Mbps via USB 2.0, up to 8 times faster than a USB 1.1 High Speed Transfer Rate for 802.11b/g/N
- High Output Power up to ~ 1500mW for extends the coverage range up to 15x than standard USB adapters
- Super high power design ensures a long distance
- Signal Improved 45%.
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Top Customer Reviews
Cheapo Ralink RT3070 chipset. Technically the antenna is a parabolic antenna, but it's wrinkled tinfoil and the dish is pretty much for show. You may as well buy a real panel antenna such as the Alfa 2.4HGz 7dBi Booster SMA Panel Antenna for your existing adapter, or make your own (superior) parabolic reflector in about 30 minutes with some foil, glue, and scissors (search the web for "EZ-12" or "Windsurfer antenna").
It works, and I wouldn't mind if it was correctly described, but probably wouldn't have bought it either. The positive reviews are due to the antenna being directional.. you can boost any wifi signal if you don't mind fiddling with a directional antenna. But this is not a good one, you can buy one cheap, or print out an EZ-12 template and make a better one than this for free.
The Parabolic Dish is Fantasic. I get good range of signals
Much better than those 1500w network adapters with the 6dbi antennas.
The dish works good inside or outside prefer outside. like anything else.
The dish is good for a Line of sight function.
And for under $15 very good.
The dish has a built adapter, so you dont need to buy anything, no antennas network card.cool,
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Was very impressed with this product. Increased the signal strength from 2 bars to 4 bars. Although it looked like a toy, and I was dubious, it worked great.Published on August 16, 2012 by wayne keller
I love these bad boys. I have 5 bars of signal strength. I grabbed an old laptop and set it up some place out of the way. Read morePublished on July 2, 2012 by WirelessWizard