Long Range WiFI Kit Review


Hello to all my WIFI CREATORS, and welcome to the Effingham Wifi Club Website. I am located in the city of Effingham Il.  Long Range Wifi Antenna Review


Today I am posting a update on my latest purchase. I purchased Long Range WiFI Kit for outdoors,

I am trying to get a better signal to boost out for others to enjoy wifi like I do. I am connected 90% of the time right now I am using my signal king and as I have said in earlier post reviews,  it is one of the best indoor wifi antennas I have used.

This outdoor kit was a little pricier 177.00, but remember more power will cost more money, and when I think back at how much I have paid the cable company in the past a 177.00 was just a 1 month bill for me.

  • My Cable package
  • hbo.show time
  • internet
  • wifi for the home
  • home phone

I was paying them 160.00 dollars a month. That is just crazy,

  • TV should be free
  • Radio is free
  • Internet should be free
  •  All the airwaves out there, I say if you got what it takes to connect then you should be able to use it freely

Coming in 2 days I Will Have Long Range WiFI Kit with 60ft Cable, 24dBi Grid Antenna and Alfa 1

I am very happy with the TP-Link antenna results . I ran several test on this wifi grid antenna I must say I was amazed at it performance I am using this antenna with the Alfa  adapter . My wifi source is about 1 mile away and I get solid reception where I can browse the internet quickly and watch netflix on all my devices. The grid wifi antenna is 36 by 24  I really wanted to improve my setup and lose less signal, I was getting from the “signal king”signal king is great it did keep me connected 9o% of the time with a average speed of 36 mbs that was enough to watch videos or do what ever I like to do but remember I wanting to connect with as many wifi creators as possible. I  am using  high quality, expensive LMR-400, 2o feet of cable.and attached it to my old flag pole, However,  I would definitely recommend this antenna.

Here is a update on our new member

I am really excited to be honoring a new member today, supporting the club mission to be a wifi, hotspot creator. Our new member writes, asking? How can he receive a stronger wifi signal, from a lower area in town?

I replied:

  • Very good question
  • Now The Fun Begins
  • Q&A
  • Testing
  • Solution

I know what it is like “been there done that” Our new member lives about a mile from me, here in Effingham, so we will be running some test on this new TP-Link TL- WA5210 2.4Ghz High Power Wireless Outdoor CPE Access Point. At the beginning of next week. Bookmark this website and come back and see the results!!

the results!! He purchased the grid antenna like I did, I even went over and help him set it up he  lives a mile and a half across town so it was no problem now he is enjoying free wifi,


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MondayFebruary 9th 2015

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