Thursday, January 2nd 2014

Amped Wireless Unveils Long-range, High Power AC1900 Wi-Fi Router and Extender

Amped Wireless, the leading manufacturer of high power, long-range wireless solutions for the home and office, today unveiled its family of next-generation long-range AC1900 Wi-Fi products. The 802.11ac wireless standard is the world's fastest Wi-Fi, providing gigabit Wi-Fi speeds that allow for web content to download faster, large files to synch quicker, and for HD media to transfer to multiple sources at once with ease. With its new line, Amped Wireless introduces cutting-edge high power technology to provide up to four times more Wi-Fi range and speed for its customers.

"We are very excited to announce the fastest and longest range Wi-Fi router and range extender we have ever developed! Both feature the latest, high power Wi-Fi technology and are packed with high power parts to provide the best Wi-Fi experience ever offered. This means faster streaming, downloading and web browsing with all of your devices, throughout your entire home, backyard, or office," said Jason Owen, CEO of Amped Wireless.

RTA30 High Power AC1900 Wi-Fi Router
To maximize performance, the RTA30 features eight Wi-Fi radios, four high gain, dual band antennas, and sixteen high power amplifiers. It also includes a USB 3.0 port for file sharing and five gigabit wired ports for connecting to a broadband network and attaching additional wired devices. The RTA30 includes an updated user interface and premium software features like guest networks, adjustable Wi-Fi coverage controls, parental security, and support for the latest Wi-Fi security to safeguard your Wi-Fi experience.

REA33 High Power AC1900 Wi-Fi Range Extender
The REA33 is universal and extends the range of any 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi network, simultaneously. To maximize performance it features eight Wi-Fi radios, four high gain, dual band antennas, and sixteen total high power amplifiers. It also includes a USB 3.0 port for file sharing and five gigabit wired ports for connecting additional wired devices to your network. The REA33 has an improved user interface for enhanced management and simple installation, and also includes a rich offering of security and advanced features.

The RTA30 and REA33 will be available mid-2014. All Amped Wireless products include the Wi-Fi Analytics Tool for Android and Windows devices that analyzes and assists in optimizing Wi-Fi networks for maximum performance. All products also include Elite Support by Amped Concierges - the industry leading, U.S.-based, in-house technical team. Learn more at: www.ampedwireless.com/elitesupport
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17 Comments on Amped Wireless Unveils Long-range, High Power AC1900 Wi-Fi Router and Extender

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
~*Baits a trap for a certain cat*~
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james888
by: FreedomEclipse
~*Baits a trap for a certain cat*~
That cat just upgraded recently I heard.

What is this analytics tool?
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#3
remixedcat
He hehehehehehe Yerp. it worked. Yah got me here!


and this is even MOAR AMPED hehehehe :3

and the analytics tool is great:
www.ampedwireless.com/wifianalytics

I use it on both platforms and it's a cool tool.

the android app is normally one of the first apps I put on a new phone LOL.

Wish they had a windows phone version. it's one of the main things I keep with android for!

Love it though.
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#4
AthlonX2
HyperVtXâ„¢
Hope its better than the RTA15.....
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#6
james888
@[USER=84450]remixedcat[/USER]

Reminds me that software called inssider.
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#7
remixedcat
it does. :).

Thing is the new InSSIDer version (4.0) isn't free anymore they made it 20 bucks now!

sure they added 802.11ac support, however that's still expensive considering it doeesn't have spectrum and doesn't have capture!
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#8
pr0n Inspector
AC1900 is just a hack so people can continue to rape the 2.4Ghz channels with their 40Mhz bandwidth.
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pr0n Inspector
802.11ac is 5ghz only. but ac1900 is not. it's called 1900 because it's 1300mbps(3x433mbps) on 5ghz plus 600mbps(3x200mbps) on 2.4ghz. it's a broadcom-only hack.
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#11
remixedcat
I don't know if this is a Broadcom based router though. Amped has gone with Realtek for thier gear so this is interesting! I wonder if they switched to Broadcom! That would actually be awesome if they did!!!
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#12
pr0n Inspector
by: remixedcat
I don't know if this is a Broadcom based router though. Amped has gone with Realtek for thier gear so this is interesting! I wonder if they switched to Broadcom! That would actually be awesome if they did!!!
for now ac1900 is propriety broadcom stuff, for the advertised maximum theoretical speed to be possible you need broadcom chips on both sides. think dark days of early draft-n.
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#13
remixedcat
I hope they will continue supporting their other routers that use the Realtek chips and not be a reapeat of what happened to the Galaxy nexus ( TI OMAP kicked the bucket so sammy couldn't support it anymore so you can't get official updates for android, only custom ROM updates) I wonder if they will keep Realtek or switch completely over to Broadcom?
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#14
Baum
@[USER=84450]remixedcat[/USER]: ssshhh don't say it loud... you get bashed everywhere for demanding a f*cking update to the gnex3.... just buy a new phone as many people will say on almost every forum...

just jealous bastdards who didn't get the message how ultra nice the nexus experience could be.......


I want a router for my 54MBit's legacy stuff..... it's not that i don't like speed but many of my devices don't support n fully or at all :-
Is there any a.b.g tchernobyl edition? Maximum Radiation on old frequency, as in my area is only one other wifi
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#15
pr0n Inspector
Eh? 802.11n can be on 2.4ghz too, it's fully backward compatible with g. It's the same radio so range would be same for the same router. something like Linksys E4200 is very powerful on 2.4ghz. or put a high-gain antenna on a mediocre router.
a is 5ghz.
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#16
Mussels
Moderprator
i admit it. i came here just to see what RC said.

by: pr0n Inspector
802.11ac is 5ghz only. but ac1900 is not. it's called 1900 because it's 1300mbps(3x433mbps) on 5ghz plus 600mbps(3x200mbps) on 2.4ghz. it's a broadcom-only hack.
too many high speed routers do this. '108mb' wifi G routers, anything above n600... bleh.

why advertise higher speed if its not a standard all devices can be compatible with.
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#17
remixedcat
Uhhh.. Baum I have no clue what you're on about...

Nobody is bashing anybody....

I already understood why and I'm more frustrated at TI than Samsung. Samsung prolly had no idea TI would pull that crap and I feel the same about amped and I'm in NO WAY MAD AT THEM!!! I LIKE THEM A LOT!

So don't assume I am.
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