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EnGenius Technologies Introduced High-Power Wireless-N Indoor Access Point

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  1. btarunr

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    EnGenius Technologies, Inc., the leader in long-range Wireless-N networking solutions for homes and businesses, today made it easy to expand and increase the bandwidth of existing wired and wireless networks in large buildings with the launch of the ECB350 Wireless-N Indoor AP/Bridge with Gigabit.

    The versatile ECB350 is a secure, high-power, long range 2.4GHz Wireless-N indoor access point/client bridge that features high RF transmit power up to 29 dBm to deliver wireless speeds up to 300Mbps over greater coverage areas. Featuring a Gigabit Ethernet port for high-speed wired connectivity to a switch or router, the ECB350 increases the bandwidth and coverage of the wireless networking to support bandwidth-intensive applications such as multimedia streaming, large file transfers and VoIP through a growing variety of mobile devices.

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    Key features of the ECB350 include:
    • Multiple operating modes: access point, client bridge, universal repeater, WDS bridge, WDS access point, WDS station, access point router, client router;
    • High power and fast data speeds: up to 29 dBm transmit output power, wireless speeds up to 300Mbps and Gigabit Ethernet LAN interface;
    • SSID-to-VLAN mapping: supports 802.1q mapping of SSIDs and up to four VLANs;
      Power-over-Ethernet: IEEE802.3af PoE-compliant allows deployment in areas without power outlets;
    • Two detachable 5dBi antennas: optimized configuration and RF performance for increased coverage and receive sensitivity.
    • EZ Controller Access Point Management software: enables configuration, management and monitoring of multiple APs from one central location.
    The ECB350 is backed by a one-year warranty and is available in North America via authorized distributors and value-added resellers at an MSRP of US $129.

    For more information, visit the product page.
     
  2. Mussels

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    i've got a similar 100Mb device, and they're damned handy. they can make it so the bridge is transparent, so devices on one end 'appear' directly connected to the original router (instead of breaking the network up into multiple smaller ones)
     
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    looks like 2 units ive recently used but returned *cough*TP-LINK*cough*

    using an Edimax now and couldnt be happier.
     
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    lol i've got a TP link, works well when the firmware isnt bugging out.
     
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    In the last 3 weeks, Ive went through:

    A TP Link TL-WA830RE which liked to lag me out and randomly stop me from acessing the internet for long periods of time as well as slow down the internet - this only happened when i was on Wi-fi, So i switched to using LAN and everything worked great at first and i thought i could forget about it, then it started happening while I was using the LAN. when it finally allowed me to use the internet it was followed by needing a hard reset from the mains every 3days otherwise it just wouldnt work properly at all.

    a TP-Link TL-WA901ND - I thought id pay a little more for a slightly higher end unit when i returned the WA830RE. this one let me have my internet but it was prone to wi-fi signal drop outs and wouldnt let anything auto connect back up unless it was reset. So I went from doing a hard reset every 3days to doing one every 3-6hrs.

    couldnt be arsed to 'troubleshoot' it extensively since i wasted so much time on the WA830RE and just sent it back for a refund and picked up a Edimax EW-7416APN which ive not had any issues with since getting it set up last week.

    I thought TP-Link were better then that as Ive used quite a few of their Giga networkcards for older systems that needed to be 'modernised' hence me giving them a go.

    so good riddance to bad rubbish.
     
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    29dBm is crazy, and the price is wonderful!
     

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