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It's not that I get low signal really, most of the time I get 3 bars, sometimes 2, sometimes Rolex Submariner Mens Watch Price

So, if I place the range extender here in my home, and connect to the router in the main home, will it decrease my speed here with my N dongles? I read that it cuts it in half, and that would end up being just as bad as not having one at all! I just hope this was inaccurate.

4. The problem is that terrible unreliability and speed loss.

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I should also add that I will be connecting to the wifi extender wirelessly, and not through the ethernet port on it. I'll have it on the other side of a wall, less than 10 feet away from my dongle receiver.

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So, I posted a thread a while back about my wifi issues. I live in a mother in law type home. The main house is about 60 feet away, and this house that I am in, is not wired for internet, so I connect to our wifi in the main home. Because it has to carry the signal outside and then back into our house, I get poor speeds. We are on a 50 megabit connection down, and of which we see around 35 40 when hardwired. When on wifi in our house, I get usually around 8 10 megabits, and I did once see 20.

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The best wireless solution you have is to put in outdoor direction antenna with a bridge and run Submariner Rolex 2017

Still it most likely will do little good. The repeater needs to be places midway between. If you put it right next to the PC it is repeating the signal to it is just silly.

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a cable inside. You could then hook the cable to a AP to in effect make a repeater. I have used these with good results and they cost less than $60 each. you may want to try one on the remote end first and see if it can connect to the routerYes the cheaper repeaters cut it in half. They use the same exact channel to retransmit the data. There are repeaters that cost more that have 2 radios in them and they run a connection between the repeater and the router on one channel and the connection between the repeater and the PC on another. Those type of repeaters do not slow the traffic down as much because they can tranmit on both radio channels at the same time.

I thought i'd put it there so that it'd boost the signal here since it's so slow.

Yes the cheaper repeaters cut it in half. They use the same exact channel to retransmit the data. There are repeaters that cost more that have 2 radios in them and they run a connection between the repeater and the router on one channel and the connection between the repeater and the PC on another. Those type of repeaters do not slow the traffic down as much because they can tranmit on both radio channels at the same time.

remixedcat stop posting advertisements. All access points have to follow the exact same legal restriction on transmit power. If it would transmit more power it would be illegal. There are very few AP that do not transmit at the full legal power. Go read the FCC regulations before you believe marketing hype and learn how transmit power is calculated.

Mostly its silly because if the PC can't get good signal all the repeater is going to do is get the same bad signal. It cannot magically create data that was lost in transmission. In actually will make it worse since it now is transmitting on the same frequency and interfering with the already weak signal from the router. Repeater work best when they can be place in a location that has good signal and repeat them to one that has poor signal.

´╗┐Do range extenders slow network for n

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I love my access point and I highly recommend it! I would totally get more of thier stuff. Very powerful!

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Note signal strength is not the same as signal quality. Slowness is caused by errors. Best example is 2 radios playing on different stations in the same room, you can hear each very well but they make listening to ether very difficult.It all depends how good a signal the repeater can get. The key reason you see slowness is the wireless router or pc is already retransmitting the data every time it detects a error. In theory once the repeater gets a good packet from the router after many retransmission it can send it to your pc very quick since it is so close and you will get few retransmissions. So it may only be slightly worse than using only your PC, but then it comes back to why would you do this if it makes it worse. If the repeater is able to get better signal that the PC with less retransmission then the extra transmission to your PC may gain you something because the total number of packets transmitted would be less.

Still it most likely will do little good. The repeater needs to be places midway between. If you put it right next to the PC it is repeating the signal to it is just silly.

Forgive me, but why would it be silly to have the extender around 10 15 feet away? The router itself is around 60 65 feet from this computer, but I don't have a safe place to put it other than as far away from me, but still in between the router and myself.

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Edit: Would my connection be half of what it would be hardwired? Or half of what it is normally via wifi? I get usually 8mbps without the extender via wifi, so with it, would I get 4? Or around 25, since we get 30 50 mbps when hardwired.

The best wireless solution you have is to put in outdoor direction antenna with a bridge and run a cable inside. You could then hook the cable to a AP to in effect make a repeater. I have used these with good results and they cost less than $60 each. you may want to try one on the remote end first and see if it can connect to the router

I just can barely use the internet here sometimes. I can't play online games because of the terrible lag, and can't watch videos because it takes way too long to buffer/load. I have to even connection share with my xbox just to get it to connect at all.

I will at least try it, but if it does not work, I may have to just get a 100 foot spool of direct burial cat5 and move the router over here. The connection is so unreliable. Sometimes it is fast and great, and other times, it takes 10 mintues to load a 360p youtube video.

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but I could of course buy a huge roll of direct burial cable, but I had a question about something else:

EDIT: I bought the EDIMAX EW 7438RPn N300 extender, and I have the Comcast Xfinity gateway which is the modem and router combination. I dislike that unit, but we also have a Cisco N router that I can use if necessary.

You can say IT WILL GO 150FT all you want but that is untrue since you have no idea of the environment it is being placed in. Just because it works at 150 Rolex Mens Presidential Gold Watch in some lab that means nothing. I live in an area that's a typical city grid, however there are no houses in front of mine. Mixed years of build of all houses in my block. Very congested with APs. I can always pick up 5 7 APs at any time in my block.

You are better off getting a high power wireless access point. just run the cable from the router to the access point and it will set up quick.

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