Filling in the black spots

December 2013
Techlife Australia (Bauer Media Group);Christmas2013, Issue 19, p57
The article focuses on improving wireless coverage with a wireless range extender at large homes. It discusses functions of range extender including creating a second Wi-Fi network, connecting to original access point and rebroadcasting data. It also presents information on extenders including DAP-1320 Wireless N300 Range Extender-1.9 from D-Link Corp., Linksys RE2000 N300 Wireless-N Range Extender-2.6 from Linksys Corp., and Netgear WNIOOORP WiFi Booster for Mobile-1.3 from Netgear Inc.


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