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Amped pushes Wi-Fi coverage to 1.5 miles

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 25 Oct 2011 5:50 User comments (1)

Amped pushes Wi-Fi coverage to 1.5 miles Amped Wireless adds to its line of Professional Series High Power Wi-Fi Solutions for indoor and outdoor applications, providing Wi-Fi coverage for large homes, office buildings, outdoor areas, boats, and RVs.
The new AP600EX High Power Wireless-N 600mW Professional Series Access Point provides "extreme" Wi-Fi range and coverage to an existing wireless network, and the new SR600EX High Power Wireless-N 600mW Professional Series Smart Repeater extends the range of any indoor or outdoor Wi-Fi network.

All Amped Wireless Professional Series High Power Wi-Fi Solutions feature a weatherproof enclosure for indoor and outdoor use, an advanced 600mW amplifier for professional Wi-Fi range, and a high gain directional antenna to achieve strong, wireless connections up to 1.5 miles.

Amped Wireless Professional Series products are designed for consumers and businesses that require demanding Wi-Fi performance and range for their home, business or special application.

With a high power 600mW amplifier and a high gain bi-directional antenna, the SR600EX is capable of repeating networks up to 1.5 miles away. The Pro Smart Repeater features 2 network ports for connecting additional PCs, network switches, and other devices.

The AP600EX is capable of providing up to 1.5 miles of wireless coverage. True Plug and Play makes setup as simple as connecting the AP600EX to your router?s network port. The AP600EX provides long range wireless coverage for large indoor/outdoor areas or building-to- building applications.

The SR600EX and the AP600EX have an estimated street price of $159.99. They are available from all major national online retailers and select walk-in retailers as well as directly from the Amped Wireless Online Store.

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11.11.2011 15:22

1.5 miles..oooooooooh. Haha Sounds pretty useful.

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