Hawking Outdoor Wireless-AC 12dBi Directional AntennaRange Extenders
Range - UHF, VHF2.40 GHz, 5 GHz - 12 dBi - Wireless Access Point - White - Wall Mount - Directional - View Complete Details
Product Number: IGRM1G8647
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Hawking Outdoor Wireless-AC 12dBi Directional Antenna - HOA12DP Outdoor Wireless-AC 12dBi Directional Antenna
Long Range Wireless Coverage, Increase the Strength of AC Wi-Fi Devices up to 400%
The HOA12DP Outdoor Wireless-AC 12dBi Directional Antenna is a heavy-duty, weather proof antenna for extending the range of your 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi devices.The HOA12DP increases the wireless strength from a standard 2dBi (decibels) to a staggering 12dBi, resulting in a 400% increase in the wireless coverage and strength.
Concurrent Wireless-AC Frequencies, 2.4GHz and 5GHz, offers Ultimate Flexibility and Maximum Performance
The most commonly used wireless bandwidth is 2.4GHz. It is one of theolder standards and provides good Wi-Fi range and wall/obstruction penetration. However, neighbors, roommates, Wi-Fi hot spots, etc. all use this same frequency which can cause interference and majorslowdowns. It has limited bandwidth for simultaneous activities, so multiple users on the same network sending emails, video chatting, streaming movie, gaming, etc. can grind internet speeds to a halt. Inaddition, the same 2.4GHz frequency is shared between different devices (i.e. common household devices like microwaves and cordless phones), causing more interference. Wireless-AC technology addressesthis problem. It provides much faster speeds, providing more bandwidth so more things can be done quicker. Wireless-AC also uses the 5GHz frequency, which means separate channels from 2.4GHz users, thusavoiding the congestion. However, 5GHz does have a drawback of lessrange and not being able to penetrate walls and obstructions as compared to 2.4GHz.
Hawking concurrent Wireless-AC products provide maximum flexibilityfor Wi-Fi networks. Wireless-AC devices can connect to the popular 2.4GHz frequency for compatibility and range and also simultaneouslyoff-load traffic to a faster, less-crowded 5GHz AC frequency for speed. The users can simply pick the network of choice. The HOA12DP strengthens and extends the Wireless-AC signal for long range, high traffic wireless networks.
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