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Panasonic KX-TGA405B Range Extender for DECT 6.0 Plus Cordless Phone Systems


Panasonic KX-TGA405B Range Extender for DECT 6.0 Plus Cordless Phone Systems


Panasonic’s KX-TGA405B Range Extender for DECT 6.0 Plus Cordless Phone Systems doubles the effective transmission distance between the base unit and the cordless handset on select 2010 Panasonic Cordless Telephones. When it comes to a cordless phone range, longer is definitely better. Now you can take your conversations further. The extender is compatible with KX-TGA7500/6500/4000 series cordless phones.

  • Also sold separately as an accessory
  • Included with select 2010 models
  • Compatible with Panasonic KX-TG7500, KX-6500 and KX-4000 series cordless phone systems
  • For DECT 6.0 Plus Cordless Phone Systems
  • Doubles the effective transmission distance between the base unit and the cordless handset

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Question by Md Masud: Wireless device high dB but low download speed?
Our ISP has installed a NON LINE OF SIGHT wireless outdoor device which shows signal strength of 40 dB. When we download from the internet we get less than 128kbps.

In other locations same device where the signal strength is 20+-dB download speed is over 4Mbps.

Every one is very confused because 40dB should easily give us over 10Mbps download speed.
check updated question http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100813014133AAMJbsW

Best answer:

Answer by Mohammed Jalil
when they say your download speed is 10MB it actually isnt. depending on other people using the SAME! ISP the download speed will be shared between the people around your area e.g. my download speed is meant to be 8MB/s but I cant get more than 1MB/s, most of the time its always 300-500kb/s. try downloading at unusual times e.g. night time or early morning to see if speed increases. if so it means alot of people are sharing your 10MB download speed.

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What customers say about Panasonic KX-TGA405B Range Extender for DECT 6.0 Plus Cordless Phone Systems?

  1. 510 of 513 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works well but instructions are poor., September 22, 2010
    By 
    Mark (Sioux Falls, SD) –

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    This review is from: Panasonic KX-TGA405B Range Extender for DECT 6.0 Plus Cordless Phone Systems (Office Product)

    I installed the repeater in an unattached garage. I was concerned at first because the signal strength LED was amber rather than green thereby indicating that the repeater was receiving a less than optimal signal from the base. The signal must be sufficient because the coverage area was greatly increased. It is easy for me to believe the claim that the effective transmission distance doubled.

    As another reviewer mentioned, the instructions are inadequate. I must agree. The instructions state that the repeater must be registered with the base but give no clue as to how to do so. The links to Panasonic’s support do not lead to anything that I found to be helpful. The user’s manual that came with the cordless phone system describes how to register additional handsets but does not mention the repeater other than to say it must also be registered. To spare others the minor head scratching I went through, here’s the way to register the repeater. I recommend that users perform the following steps while the repeater is near the base so that successful registration can be more easily verified.

    With the repeater connected to its power block plugged into an outlet, find the tiny square button on the back of the repeater. It’s below the word ‘Program.’ (The instructions do not mention the Program button at all! ) Press the button. The two LEDs on the repeater will flash red continuously.

    At the base, press the ‘Locate’ for five seconds and release it. Then press it briefly once. Next, press the ‘Locate’ button again for five seconds and then press it briefly once again.

    The two LEDs should now show solid green indicating that registration was successful.

    After the process has been completed, the registered repeater may be relocated to the desired area. If the lower LED remains red, you will have to find another place to put the repeater. A location where the LED is green would be best but mine worked well when it was amber.

    I took away one rating star because of the poor instructions.

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  2. 149 of 152 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Worked great for us!, October 1, 2010
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    This review is from: Panasonic KX-TGA405B Range Extender for DECT 6.0 Plus Cordless Phone Systems (Office Product)

    We just bought and installed one of these, for use with a KX-TG6544B cordless phone system. The environment is an old wood-frame house, with a detached garage. The base is in the house, in a room facing the garage. About 30 to 40 feet between the base and the garage. Handsets would work in the garage, but got a little sketchy at the far end, and would go out completely on the other side of the garage (with the garage between base and handset).

    We installed the KX-TGA405B extender/repeater inside the garage, on the ceiling — plugged it into the same outlet that a garage door opener was plugged into. It made a huge difference. Coverage in and behind the garage is now rock-solid. We can go at least another 80 feet vs what we could before.

    The extender has two indicators. “STATUS” lights steady green when ready, flashes green when in use, and lights red for trouble. The antenna/signal indicator lights steady green when close to base, amber when further away, and red when out-of-range. I found the signal strength dropped to amber from green almost immediately, but even with the unit quite a bit further away, it would still work. So don’t worry if it shows amber. Indeed, I’d guess that the best place to position an extender is right after it transitions from green to amber — just when the base signal starts to get weaker.

    It came with two different instruction sheets. One was worthless, the other pretty good. I think Panasonic must have issued an improved instruction sheet at some point. For whatever reason, Panasonic doesn’t seem to have the instructions posted on their website, but if you contact tech support they will email you a PDF.

    These instructions say to register an extender to the base: Start with extender next to base, and unplugged. Press and hold LOCATOR on the base unit for 5 seconds. When we did that, something beeped, and the handset LCD showed “Base in registration”. Then plug in the extender. It should register automatically. (The PROGRAM button on the extender is reportedly only used to DE-register it. You power the extender on while holding down PROGRAM.)

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  3. 78 of 80 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great improvement, December 4, 2010
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    I purchased the Panasonic Repeater for my Panasonic KX-TG6545B cordless phone system after finding the coverage without the repeater to be somewhat lacking.

    Installation was easy. You push “Locate” on the phone base unit, plug in the repeater, and within 30 seconds, everything’s set. From there, I found a place on the opposite side of my home where the repeater added the greatest improvement. Now, I can use my phone anywhere in my home from basement to attic, and even outdoors down to my mailbox (which is about 300′ from my front door). This is easily the best coverage I’ve ever seen in a wireless product, and for the cost, is definitely worthwhile.

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  4. urm i think you got the whole thing mix up. thats why you are confuse.

    db is signal strength and NOT speed. higher DB only meant higher penetration+distance, and not higher speed. theres no equality relationship between the two. dont get cheated by your ISP.

    In order for your ISP to acheive NON Line of Sight , they have to use a more powerful transmitter to increase the signal strength to penetrate barriers such as buildings,trees etc, so they use 40db instead.

    you can have a 2dbsignal strength with a 10Mbps speed wireless as well. Standard home wireless uses 2db antenna as transmitter. 5db antennas are available if you require a better penetration between rooms or floors and covers more distance. you heard people subscribe to 25mb broadband and use their standard home wireless 2db antennas also right?

    you better check with your ISP what is your upload speed and download speed they are giving you instead. Broadbands are asymetric meaning down speed is higher then upload speed. you can do a test now www.speedtest.net . its a rough guide how much speed your have now.

    now i address your download of less then 128kbps. even if you have 100mb T1 lease line internet access, the site you are downloading from is definately not going to give you a full 100mb connection. web admins always will limit bandwidth for each download else if everyone downloading at 100mb, his website will be unaccessable caz it will be congested. secondly , you also have to factor in internet delays between you and your destination.


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