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Alfa Network Alfa R36 Router for AWUS036H & other, Create hotspot / Access Point. Wireless Bridge / Repeater

Alfa R36 Router for AWUS036H & other, Create hotspot / Access Point. Wireless Bridge / Repeater

Price: $52.99


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Qty 5-9: 5% | Qty 10-19: 10% | Qty 20+: 15%


SKU: R36 MPN: R36 In stock

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The R36 requires specialized skills to setup.  Therefore in order to purchase the R36 on our website, you first must discuss with our customer service delartment so that we can determin if you are a technical person with the skills to setup this product:  We are taking this step of requiring special authorization due to a high number of RMA requests from customers who were unable to configure the device to work properly.

Alfa's R36 WiFi router enables you to re-broadcast an internet connection that you connect
to via the Alfa
AWUS036H long-range USB adapter or a 3G internet connection!   AWUS036H IS SOLD SEPARATELY

The Alfa R36 connects to USB cable to any wifi USB adapter that uses the using the Realtek RTL8187L chipset, including Alfa AWUS036H. The R36 is easily configured to control the WiFi USB adapter to connect to a remote WiFi signal (infrastructure mode) and then will rebroadcast (repeat) that signal to your computer or tablet (AP mode). Please note that the RTL8187L chipset only supports 802.11b (11 megabit) and 802.11g (54 megabit) WiFi signals. It does not support 802.11n (150 megabit) signals. This is entirely adequate for most private consumer applications (email and web browsing).

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