Signal blocker Cooloongup | IEEE 802.11 b/g 2.4GHz Indoor Signal Booster
Do you want to get rid of the situation when you are surfing in internet but the network is weak? In the past years that must be a dream, but now with the invention of the IEEE 802.11b/g 2.4GHz indoor signal booster your dream has become true.
With this 7.8cm (L) ×5.6cm (W) ×2.9cm (H) compact booster, it can add strength of the radio signal which can increase the effective range and coverage area for Wi-Fi communication. It is easy to operate, simply remove the AP/Router RP-SMA antenna and plug it into the booster female RP-SMA connector. And even it can penetrate complex environments with many walls and obstacles. The amplifier can save lots of wiring costs and easy to build.
The operating range of the IEEE 802.11b/g 2.4GHz indoor signal booster is 2400-2500MHz. if you want to amplify the signal of your network; this device is a best choice for you. Just go ahead; put it into your cart, it will bring out great convenience for you!
Operating Range: 2400~2500MHz
Operating Mode: Bi-directional, half-duplex, time division duplex senses RF
Carrie from transmitter and automatically switch receiving to transmitting
Connector Type: SMA Receptacle (50ohm)
Input Power: 0~15dbm (warning: Input power more than 15dbm that power amplifier may breakdown)
Transmit Gain: 12~15db
Noise Figure: 3.5db
Frequency Response:±1db over operating range
Power Adaptor: 5~6V/DC 105-240V for AC Adapter
Operating Temp:-20 to +70?i>
Operating Humidity: Up to 75% relative humidity
Material: Cast Aluminum
LED: Transmit Active (Green)
Indoor Wireless Amplifier
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Note:Please be clear about which frequency you want to boost. You must check your local Mobile Frequency range and choose the booster as per your required Frequency. Please check your country’s Mobile Frequency here. http://worldtimezone.net/gsm.html