- Product Dimensions: 9 x 3.2 x 7 inches ; 8.8 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
- ASIN: B005D5M136
- Item model number: WR300N
By : Diamond Multimedia
Price : $58.95
You Save : $1.04 (2%)
From the Manufacturer
The Diamond WR300N wireless range extender and repeater will increase the range of your existing wireless coverage removing those wireless dead spots and or weak areas of your network. It's like having three devices in one: the WR300N functions as a wireless extender to increase your wireless range, a standalone wireless access point to create a wireless network, and a wireless bridge to extend your home's Ethernet coverage.
The small form factor lets you plug the unit directly to the wall socket without any additional cables. For frequent travelers, this means you can bring your own wireless network on the road. Use in your hotel room to transform your wired Ethernet internet access into a mobile Wi-Fi network to share with multiple notebooks and smartphones.
Wireless Range Extender
The WR300N receives weak wireless signals and extends the signal range to greater distances eliminating wireless dead spots.
Standalone Wireless Access Point
Create a wireless network by connecting the device to a wired router/cable modem or DSL modem. This small compact portable device can create wireless connectivity wherever you go. Use in your hotel room and turn a wired internet connection into a wireless internet connection.
Wireless Bridge Device
When functioning as a wireless bridge, the WR300N receives a wireless signal from your home wireless network and converts it to wired Ethernet connections for non-wireless devices such as internet ready HDTV’s, gaming consoles such as Playstation 3, and Internet-ready Blu-ray players.
Connect with Security
The WR300N is equipped with 64/128-bit WEP, Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA), and the latest WPA2 encryption with TKIP and AES algorithm to protect your wireless network from unauthorized access. MAC Address Filtering for wireless links provides an additional layer of security for your wireless network.
What's in the Box
Diamond WR300N wireless adapter, LAN cable, install CD, Quick Start Guide, warranty.
- Protocol/Standards/Support: Wireless 802.11b/g/n, Ethernet 802.3 10/100, 802.3u, 802.3ab
- Network Support: OFDM 1024/256/64/16/8 QAM, QPSK, BPSK, ROBO
- Security Support: Wireless: 64/128-bit WEP, WPA, WPA2
- Operating System: OS Independent with TCP/IP protocol installed
- Dimensions: 4.1 x 2.3 x 2.0 inches
- Weight: .30 lbs
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The WR300N device can take an existing 802.11n wireless signal, repeat and send it to a longer range where it is too far away for the router or access point to reach. It eliminates the cable wires while providing the same reliable network connection. It can repeat and extend the wireless signal from virtually any 802.11n wireless router or access point that is launched on the market. It is backwards compatible with the 802.11b/g router or access point.
- Receives weak wireless signals and extends the signal range to greater distances eliminating wireless dead spots
- Create a wireless network by connecting the device to a wired router/cable modem or DSL modem
- Receives wireless signal from your home wireless network and convert to wired Ethernet connections for non wireless devices such as internet ready
- Supports wireless 802.11b/g/n standards with one 10/100Base-T Ethernet port
- HDTV's, gaming consoles (PS3) and internet ready blue ray players
Hallelujah! I now have wireless all over the house (3000 sq ft). I have tried another repeater device (are you listening ASUS?). Worked for a couple of days, never had much of an extended range. It would lose the signal frequently. Finally gave up. Now this one, this is the champ. So easy to set up. Used my laptop. Disconnected my wireless connection. Plugged in the Diamond. Connected the Ethernet cable (enclosed) to the Diamond and the laptop. Opened Firefox. There was the setup interface. A couple of clicks and I was in business. I plugged in the Diamond in the hallway, and now I have a great signal all the way to the far end of the house. Get this one. So easy. More importantly (well, just as importantly) it works. Happy, happy.
Our house is pretty long, and it just so happens that my bedroom is located on the extreme opposite end of where our wireless internet is set up. I've always had to come to the middle of the house to get internet signal on my laptop, and for years I never realized it could be fixed with a simple $60 gadget (that really was super simple to set up). One thing about the instructions is that it says to turn off your wifi and plug an ethernet cable into the repeater, but I personally thought it was much easier to just use the wireless and manually select the repeater's wifi identity (and remember that the password it will ask for is located on the back of the repeater). I'm actually writing this review from my bedroom and I just finished watching a streaming episode of TV on Hulu...AND my new Google TV in my room is able to connect to the internet now too. Highly recommend.
Diamond Multimedia 300Mbps 802.11n Wireless Range Extender (WR300N)