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Topic # 30952 27-Feb-2009 00:32
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I have a DYNALINK RTA1025W (ADSL2+ modem/4-port router/wireless), the wireless signal is low at the other end of my flat so I was thinking the cheapest method to increase the wireless signal strength is to replace the DYNALINK RTA1025W with something that has a stronger wireless signal. Can anybody suggest a product that has impressive wireless signal strength? Don't want to use Ethernet over LAN adapter’s cause of the price & the limited amount of power points in my flat.


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  Reply # 198310 27-Feb-2009 00:49
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the netgear rangemax wireless access points are pretty good for speed and coverage. you can also use them as wireless extenders too.

alternatively you can get a wireless access point which will take an external antenna and then get a higher gain antenna to use with it.




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