h4x0r Posted April 3, 2011 Share Posted April 3, 2011 (edited) Hi All, I am having wireless network connectivity problem here at home, since I cannot move the wireless AP into anywhere closer to my room, the WLAN network (802.11g with WPA-PSK) that I connect everyday always unstable with the symptoms: 1. the maximum signal strength that I can get is 40-45% (ranging from 2 to 3 bars out of 5 in Windows 7). 2. I can connect to the WLAN before 7 PM in the eveningbut then when I turn on my PC with 5dB USB WLAN or my iPhone after midnight I cannot connect to the network eventhough the SSID is listed there, I always get password prompt. and now I am thinking of getting 2000mW antenna with the specifications as follows: NEW USB WIFI ADAPTER KASENS G5000 (2011 IMPROVED MODEL). 2000mW + HF + 10dBi OMNI ANTENNA HIGH SENSITIVITY. FEATURES: Maximum power output: 33 dBm (2000mW). Antenna: HF + 10dBi omnidirectional Integrated Controls: Realtek 8187L. Transfer Speed: 54Mbps. (MAXIMUM SPEED NETWORK WIFI) FREQUENCY: 2.4GHz IEEE 802.11 b / g INTERFACE: USB 2.0 (compatible with 1.0) MODULATION: BPSK, QPSK, CCK and OFDM. WiFi Standard: IEEE 802.11 B / G (compatible with the new networks and older). FULL SYSTEM Plug and Play. COMPATIBLE OPERATING SYSTEMS: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Mac OS X / Linux ANTENNA CONNECTOR: RP-SMA (detachable antenna) COMPATIBLE WITH ENCRYPTION: WEP (64/128/256 bit) - WPA - WPA2 - TKIP.OPERATING TEMPERATURE: -20 º C - +70 º C would that solve my problem to get stronger and stable wireless signal ? Thanks. Edited April 3, 2011 by h4x0r Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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