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This is an ALFA 802.11g wireless USB adapter. Includes a 5dBi Rubber Duck Antenna. The adapter comes with an RP-SMA antenna connector so that you can add an external antenna to boost your wireless range and signal. And to make things better we are including a dBi gain rubber duck antenna in the sale (comes with the adapter in the retail box).
The high power 1000mW can increase the receive signal range and the dBi antenna can increase the signal strength. So if you are looking for a device to connect to an indoor / outdoor wireless signal. This is your perfect solution.
Some of laptops there would be no longer include a PCMCIA card slot. This High Power Wireless USB WiFi Adapter would be another way for you to get a wireless connection option with an external antenna connector. This Adapter will work on any PC with a USB port (laptop or desktop) and is especially ideal for folks whose laptops do not have a PCMCIA slot who need a long range wireless solution. And the adapter has a stunning 1000mW output power that is much higher than normal PCMCIA cards.
* IEEE 802.11g/b, WPA/WPA2 Compliant, Attachable Antenna
* Connects at a full 54Mbps via USB 2.0, up to 8 times faster than a USB 1.1 adapter
* High gain upgradeable
* Compact size for greater flexibility
* Also compatible with USB 1.1 desktop and notebook computers
* Plug-and-Play Compatible with windows 98SE, 2000, Millennium, XP and Linux - Now works with Windows 7 just ask us for the Link
* High security 64/128/256bit WEP Encryption, TKIP, WPA, 802.11
* Dimention :8.5*2.2*6.3cm
* Weight :38.5g
Works as expected. Solid product. It is supported out of the box on RPi.Published 3 months ago by DT
Fonctionne très bien si ce n'est qu'il n ;'est pas compatible avec mon router. Bien lire les normes.Published 4 months ago by Philippe Combasson
maybe I just expected too much, but it is really slow. I would say TP-Link is faster and cheaper. Disappointed.Published 7 months ago by Mavin