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Alfa AWUS036NHR - High-Gain 2000mw 2W 802.11 B/G/N Wireless USB Network Adaptor - Wireless-N 802.11n Wi-Fi - 150Mbps - 2.4 GHz - 5dBi Antenna - Long Range - Realtek Chipset - Strongest on the Market - NEWEST VERSION
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- Includes a convenient Utility for scanning available networks and saving preferred networks that users usually connected with
- Compatible with IEEE 802.11b, 802.11b and 802.11bn wireless standards
- Includes a 4-inch 5 DdBi Screw-On Swivel Rubber Antenna that can be removed and upgrade up to a 9dBi antenna
- Includes driver for Windows 2000, XP 32/64, Vista 32/64, Windows 7 - Mac (10.4.x/10.5.x/10.6.x) Power PC& PC
- High security Wireless data encryption with 64/128-bit WEP, WPA, WPA2, TKIP, AES4n, 802.1X support, WPA-PSK, WPA II-PSK, Cisco CCX support, WAPI-PSK, WAPI-CERT
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If you're built-in Wi-Fi adapter is not picking up your Router or if you are trying to pick up Wi-Fi from long distances then this is the device to get! The AWUS036NH Receiver sensitivity will allow you to connect from greater distances and get stronger signals to Wi-Fi networks around you. With maximum speeds of 150 mbps to 802.11n routers, AWUS036NHR is also a perfect solution for video streaming, large downloads, and online gaming. Windows 7 users can easily turn AWUS036NHR into a simultaneous access point using Connectify, a free program
Most Network Adaptors can get great Range and sensitivity when the router that they are receiving form is set to "N-only" mode which blocks backward compatibility with B and G adaptors but most people are not able to set the router to N-only mode as this would block connectivity for G-only devices like iPhones, Android phones, and many DVRs. This AWUS036NHR is one of the first Wi-Fi adapters to get very good receive sensitivity to both 802.11n-only, 802.11n/g mixed, and 802.11g networks
- Compatible with IEEE 802.11n, 802.11b/g/n wireless standards
- 2.4GHz frequency band, MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output)
- Complies with Universal Serial Bus Rev. 2.0 specifications
- High speed transfer TX data rate up to 150 Mbps
- Supports wireless data encryption with 64/128-bit WEP, WPA, WPA2, TKIP, AES4n
- Support software AP
- Compliant with FCC Part 15.247 for US, ETS 300 328 for Europe
- Supports driver for Windows 2000, XP 32/64, Vista 32/64, Windows 7 - Mac (10.4.x/10.5.x/10.6.x) Power PC& PC.
Top Customer Reviews
There are workarounds using "compatible" drivers from other products, but none that release the full functionality of this device. Just a heads up for those (like me) who wanted this for testing purposes.
I won't knock any stars from it, as in Windows 7 this things works amazingly well. With a Dlink wireless N USB adapter (can't recall model number), I could generally get about 3-4 networks near my house...and all were less than 2-3 bars excluding my router. When I plugged in this Alfa adapter, it picked up 14 wireless networks and the signal strength was up to 4-5 bars on the previously low signal ones. In fact, many of the AP's, that the other adapter didn't even see had at least 3-4 bars.
So, great product..we just need some BT support.
I also have the same problems described by Luba Roboto. I would not recommend buying this product unless they fix its problems and I cannot believe how they released this without proper testing. There are also other drawbacks such as it is not compatible with Alfa R36 Router.
By the way, I am using Windows XP SP3.
I have an Alfa AWUS036H and the Alfa AWUS036NH.
I was hoping the Alfa AWUS036NHR was gonna be better than these two somehow.... Wishful thinking unfortunately.
Now I don't know if I'm using it incorrectly, Who would?
...Because, like all Alfa stuff, there are no directions or explanation of how to use it in the box.. or, what the product is supposed to do even.
The acrobat file on the CD is a bunch of numbers and gobbledygook that you have to have a degree in network engineering to understand.
If you're expecting IKEA style, idiot instructions.... forget it!
Oh and Alfa tech support... hope you like waiting.. and waiting ... and waiting.. for no solution.
So, even with the 9dbi antenna on the, super dooper, strongest, best on the market, Alfa AWUS036NHR... my laptop's internal antenna picks up more networks at a stronger signal. Booooo!
I was kinda hoping someone was going to tell me there at Alfa, that there was a bad batch and would send me a good one, right away, but nope... just got a refund. )c: Poop!
If you are using the Alfa AWUS036H and you want more range and faster speed... I suggest you get the Alfa AWUS036NH.
I can pick up the free wifi from my apartment complex clubhouse, about 300ft away.
The router, is in a metal filing cabinet, in a work closet, inside the clubhouse building.
Even though my Alfa AWUS036NH is inside my window and the clubhouse is 85 degrees to the right, and not visible when looking directly out of the window..Read more ›
I receive my Wifi from an access point about 100 yards away, with a large metal building in between. I have an outdoor directional antenna, the TP-Link NT TL-ANT2424B 2.4G 24dBi (Which is a fantastic directional wifi antenna). I have low loss coax running into my house and have easy access to switch the adapters for testing. I use Vistumbler to compare my signal strengths using the different adapters. Here are the results:
With my original Alfa AWUS036H, I have a signal of 64%. Plenty of signal for a fast connection. I removed it and switched to the Alfa AWUS036NHR. The signal dropped to an unbelievable 6% to 7%! A worthless connection as you can imagine.
Just for the heck of it, I removed it and added, inline, a TP-Link TL-WN722N 150Mbps High Gain Wireless USB Adapter that I had laying around. The Vistumbler results from this adapter was a 34% signal, which I am using now to watch Netflix and write this review.
In conclusion I would recommend purchasing the Alfa AWUS036H for your high power requirements. If you do not require a high power wifi adapter that can reach a mile+, but will greatly outperform your built-in laptop wifi adapter, you can't go wrong with the TP-Link-TL-WN722N.
Oh BTW, I have bought many items from this seller and highly recommend.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was okay, for the price. The part that connects to the a/c, was damaged pretty quickly. Invest in something better.Published 2 months ago by Julie Lorenzo
Works well, use it on my laptop for a national park trip with minimum WiFi signal. pickups weak signal very well. easy to setup and carry. brought from gigacity_amnPublished 4 months ago by Norman
To call this card the "strongest" on the market is an absolute lie. I was previously using a Ralink RT-3070L usb adapter from SimpleWifi which was more than capable of... Read morePublished 4 months ago by MSD