AVACOM Long Range WiFi Extender Panel Antenna for Wireless IP Camera and Router 2.4GHz 14dBi Directional Antenna 802.11n/b/g, SMA Male Connector

AVACOM Long Range WiFi Extender Panel Antenna for Wireless IP Camera and Router 2.4GHz 14dBi Directional Antenna 802.11n/b/g, SMA Male Connector

You like to use Wi-Fi at home. You have connected your laptop, smartphone and tablet so you can search the Internet from anywhere in the house. Well, almost everywhere.

The Wi-Fi box can be installed on the back of the seat and the more you go in front of the house, the worse the signal. If you are trying to do much more than check by e-mail, it takes an eternity. Streaming YouTube or Netflix is excluded.

Fortunately, this is the reason why they use wireless Wi-Fi extensions. These are small boxes that can extend the range of your Wi-Fi signal by increasing it and forwarding it.

AVACOM Extender Wireless Directional Connector

AVACOM Long Range WiFi Extender Panel Antenna for Wireless IP Camera and Router 2.4GHz 14dBi Directional Antenna 802.11n/b/g, SMA Male Connector

AVACOM Long Range WiFi Extender Panel Antenna for Wireless IP Camera and Router 2.4GHz 14dBi Directional Antenna 802.11n/b/g, SMA Male Connector AVACOM Long Range WiFi Extender Panel Antenna for Wireless IP Camera and Router 2.4GHz 14dBi Directional Antenna 802.11n/b/g, SMA Male Connector

Increase your Wi-Fi signal Bring Wi-Fi dead zones to life with WiFi area extensions The dead zone – this place in your home where inexplicable WiFi seems to disappear. With all devices, metal devices and architectural interference in the average home, the fastest and most powerful WiFi router can lose some points. WiFi series amplifiers, also called Wi-Boosters, are a simple and cost-effective way to end the mystery and create dead zones.

AVACOM Extender Wireless Directional Connector

A Powerline adapter provides a wired connection from your router to the part you need without running a cable between the two zones. It does this by installing the existing electrical system in your house.

It's as simple as plugging an adapter into an outlet next to the router and using an ethernet cable to connect it. Then plug the second adapter into an outlet into the room where you need it and plug another ethernet cable from it into any computer, game console or smart TV, requires an internet connection. Combine the two adapters by pressing the buttons in front of them and you are ready to go.

A network adapter is likely to provide a faster Internet connection than a Wi-Fi repeater, although it depends on how your home is connected. This is ideal if you simply try to connect a device to an Ethernet port.

AVACOM Long Range WiFi Extender Panel Antenna for Wireless IP Camera and Router 2.4GHz 14dBi Directional Antenna 802.11n/b/g, SMA Male Connector