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TP-LINK TL-ANT2405C 2.4GHz 5dBi Indoor Desktop Omni-directional Antenna, 802.11n/b/g, 1.3m/4ft cable


TP-LINK TL-ANT2405C 2.4GHz 5dBi Indoor Desktop Omni-directional Antenna, 802.11n/b/g, 1.3m/4ft cable


TP-Link ANT2405C 2.4GHz 5dBi Indoor Desktop Omni-directional Antenna

  • 5dBi Omni-directional operation boosts your signal to a higher range
  • Features 130cm(51.2 in) extension cable ensures flexible deployment and better performance
  • Very easy to install, no software required
  • RP-SMA Male connector, works with device with RP-SMA Female connector
  • Features 130cm extension cable ensures flexible deployment and better performance Very easy to install, no software required
  • 5dBi Omni-directional operation boosts your signal to a higher range RP-SMA Male connector, works with device with RP-SMA Female connector
  • Connector: RP-SMA Male Cable: 130cm RG-174 Coaxial Cable Radiation: Omni-directional
  • Frequency Range: 2.4GHz~2.4835GHz Impedance: 50 Ohms Gain: 5 dBi
  • VSWR: 1.92:1 Max Polarization: Linear, Vertical Beam width (HPBW): Horizontal – 360¡ã; Vertical – 32¡ã

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Question by Lost OC Boy: What wireless routers and boosters would be good for a seven-story hotel?
It’s a small property built in 1920. The six hotel floors open to central atrium. The lobby level is the only floor not connected to the atrium. There are about 15 rooms per floor.

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Answer by emmittnervend
You need a site survey. No responsible consultant would install a wireless network without one. Installing wireless depends on too many factors. You need to know what data rate and throughput you need on the network. You also need to see how the signal will behave in your hotel. It will depend on the materials used for construction.

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What customers say about TP-LINK TL-ANT2405C 2.4GHz 5dBi Indoor Desktop Omni-directional Antenna, 802.11n/b/g, 1.3m/4ft cable?

  1. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Two bars to Four…, March 15, 2012
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    swyzlstyx (downtown houston) –

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    My PC has a Netgear WG311T wireless card. My cheap Rosewill router is located one floor below, down a staircase through a thick concrete floor. I was getting 2 bars out of 5 (sometimes dropping altogether).

    This TP-Link TL-ANT2408C attached perfectly to the external antenna connector on the Netgear WG311T.

    After trying a couple of different locations, and pointing the antenna in all sorts of directions, I was able to tune in 4 bars out of 5. For the low price, and ease of installation, that’s five stars in my book! Great buy!

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  2. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Its what I needed, December 3, 2012
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    This review is from: TP-LINK TL-ANT2405C 2.4GHz 5dBi Indoor Desktop Omni-directional Antenna, 802.11n/b/g, 1.3m/4ft cable (Electronics)

    I have a pci wireless card in my desktop computer and with it being on the floor, I always new I’d have issues with wireless signal strength, especially in an apartment complex. Then one of the antennas broke off, so finally decided to buy this one, both for size and length of cable. First off you have to understand the basics of wireless to understand that even the best antenna wont work if your setup is not right.
    I placed this antenna up as high as I can get it and I see a noticeable jump in signal strength. Use a program called inssider to monitor wireless strength of whats in the area. I’m very happy with my purchase.

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  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Does exactly what I needed, August 4, 2012
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    Ron (Colorado) –

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    This review is from: TP-LINK TL-ANT2405C 2.4GHz 5dBi Indoor Desktop Omni-directional Antenna, 802.11n/b/g, 1.3m/4ft cable (Electronics)

    I bought a Rosewill wifi card for a desktop PC that I have sitting below my desk, next to a file cabinet, 2 rooms away from the wifi router, and with a brick wall around the room the PC is in. My initial speeds were 1.2 Mbps download, 3.0 Mbps upload. I hooked this up to the wifi card, placed the antenna on top of the file cabinet, and pointed the antenna in the direction of the router. Speeds jumped to 21.3 Mbps download, 6.3 Mbps upload, on par with the other devices in this room at desktop level. I’m very pleased.

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  4. I know of a hotel that was two stories they used 2 linx wireless devices per floor. hope that helps

  5. You’re look for more than a single box. Generally, in a commercial system like this, you’ll want a captive portal system to have people click though a user agreement. They’re also good for keeping people from looking at each other’s machine, and you can also assess charges if you want to. Your site should also be audited for how well the signal penetrates the rooms. Older building seem to absorb more radio frequencies since they tend to be more solidly built.

    A few companies make captive protals, and they’re all very good. http://www.patronsoft.com/firstspot/ has a good commercial system, and you can talk to them specifically about your situation.

    http://m0n0.ch/wall/ is an open source system that will use any spare machine to be the portal. You’ll need a few access points to use it, I suggest Cisco Aironet 1200 or 1230AGs

    On average you’ll need one AP for every 2 floor, depending on where they’re positioned, and what kind of antenna they have.


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