Question about Belkin N1 Wireless USB 2.0 Network Adapter (S6359026)
What is the best adsl wireless n modem router available? I have a Billion 7500g that works very well but has a limited range. Can I boost the range with an aerial?
regard to G it can transfer signal up to 54mbps and nano tech have even come to point now as its 130mbps more that ethernet cable but it depends on the factors such as heavy wall , and other interference such as sky , heavy speakers microwave , bulgrar alarm so on with network booster like netgear it works 2 boost the wireless signal, regards 2 comparision 1 has advantage over the other
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
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Jun 07, 2013 | Computers & Internet
USB wifi adapter defaults to its best setting so there is nothing you can do to make it pick up signals better.
You might be able to increase your routers broadcast range if the router belongs to you.
If you are using a laptop in a public place (like an coffee shop or an airport or something) the best thing you can do is move around and get closer to the router, they have decent range so you shouldn't have to move very far.
The instruction manual should have tips on boosting range.
hope this helps
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an Access point is to add Wireless to a LAN. (which is ok if you have a Router connected to your LAN).
if you have no Router, and only have an ADSL/Cable modem connected to a PC then you should have got a Router +ADSL/Cable modem instead of an Access point. you can get routers like this which also have wireless, so you get all the functionality in 1 box
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