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Wireless-N is the next generation of wireless with advanced radio technology that is fast and boasts coverage area that virtually helps to eliminate dead spots. The level of speed that Wireless-N offers makes it ideal for media-centric applications like streaming video, gaming, and Voice over IP telephony, even all at the same time.
The new Linksys WRT150N Wireless N Router is Linksysâ€™ answer for consumers who wish to utilize Wireless-N technology and connect multiple devices in their home network at incredible speeds. This is a sign of the many wireless home networks that have come to include various lifestyle and consumer appliances with wireless access. The Linksys Wireless-N Home Router is an affordable solution which provides a higher level of convenience, security and performance to your own home wireless network.
A wireless router is an all-in-one solution that distributes Internet access over a network. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server and Network Address Translation (NAT) routing are the primary features found on wireless routers. A DHCP server automatically assigns private IP addresses to the connected workstations, while NAT routing allows multiple PCs to share a single broadband Internet account.
Set up and configuration is usually minimal when using a Trendnet Wireless Router. Multiple PCs can start sharing high-speed Internet access in just minutes. An access point essentially functions as an extension from an existing wired network to a community of users with wireless laptops and desktop computers.
There’s no reason why you shouldnâ€™t make the switch to wireless network connections today. Wireless technologies have advanced to a point where you retain the speeds of wired connections, without all those messy wires.
802.11N makes things a lot easier and certainly, much faster. But there’s a catch: Draft N technology is so fast, you’ll need it on both ends of the transmission, not just the router! The D-Link RangeBooster N USB Adapter accomplishes just that in an incredibly quick and easy manner.
Iâ€™ve recently purchased the D-Link WBR-2310 Wireless G Router and Iâ€™ve been really happy with it. This box features up to 108Mbps of wireless signal rate with automatic fallback, which means the WBR-2310 will automatically clock down to support your older 802.11b or early 802.11g wireless adapters. This router also features 15 dBm of wireless transmit power and also secures your network with 64/128-bit WEP and WPA-PSK / WPA-EAP encryption. The WBR-2310 can also operate in â€œHidden Wirelessâ€ mode that makes your network invisible to your neighbors. The WBR-2310 offers a 4 10/100mbps wired network ports that will allow you to add it to your existing wired network.
If you like road trips and the great outdoors but like to stay connected to the outside world, I have the perfect product for you. The D-Link DIR-450 3G Mobile Router for EV-DO Networks offers you WiFi Routing for those convenient Wireless 3G Internet Cards.
If this sounds a little confusing, itâ€™s not. Don’t worry, Iâ€™ll explain it all. This router works with these nifty PCMCIA adapters that your cell phone service provider carries. If youâ€™ve never seen one, itâ€™s the best thing since sliced bread for people that are on the road and need to have Broadband Internet access. And essentially, if you have cellular signal, youâ€™ll have Broadband Internet access: most carriers offer 1.5Mbps.