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Alfa AWUS036H 1000mW 1W 802.11b/g USB Wireless WiFi Adapter With Original Alfa Screw-On Swivel 9dBi Rubber Antenna and Suction cup Window Mount dock

Alfa AWUS036H 1000mW 1W 802.11b/g USB Wireless WiFi Adapter With Original Alfa Screw-On Swivel 9dBi Rubber Antenna and Suction cup Window Mount dock
Alfa AWUS036H 1000mW 1W 802.11b/g USB Wireless WiFi Adapter With Original Alfa Screw-On Swivel 9dBi Rubber Antenna and Suction cup Window Mount dock


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Alfa AWUS036H 1000mW 1W 802.11b/g USB Wireless WiFi Adapter With Original Alfa Screw-On Swivel 9dBi Rubber Antenna and Suction cup Window Mount dock


Alfa AWUS036H 1000mW 1W 802.11b/g USB Wireless WiFi Adapter With Original Alfa Screw-On Swivel 9dBi Rubber Antenna and Suction cup Window Mount dock

The Alfa AWUS036H is the newest version of the most powerful card obtainable. This has a beautiful 1000mW output power. So if you are hunting for a device to connect to an outdoor two.four GHz antenna, such as on a boat or an RV, this is a excellent resolution. It outperforms wireless cards that are built in to newer laptops. Adding this to your laptop or desktop laptop or computer will enhance range and signal top quality at longer distances. And operates with Win98SE/200/ME/XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Linux (kernel two.six.6 and later) and Macintosh (OS version ten.4). And the essential drivers for ALL of these operating systems are included on CD-ROM

* Contains a Suction cup Window Mount dock

* Connects at a complete 54Mbps by means of USB 2., up to 8 occasions more rapidly than a USB 1.1 adapter
* High acquire upgradeable
* Compact size for greater flexibility
* Also compatible with USB 1.1 desktop and notebook computers
* Plug-and-Play Compatible with windows 98SE, 2000, Millennium, XP and Linux
* High security 64/128/256bit WEP Encryption, TKIP, WPA, 802.11

Data Rate 802.11b: UP to 11Mbps, 802.11g: 54Mbps
Antenna Sort 1 x two.4Ghz SMA connector
Chipset Realtek 8187L
Output Power 24dBm (OFDM), 30dBm(CCK)
Frequency Stability inside +25 ppm
Data Modulation Variety BPSK,QPSK, CCK and OFDM
Security WEP 64/128, 802.1X help, Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA), WPA-PSK ,WPA II .
Dimensions 8.5 x 2.two x six.3cm
Weight 38.5g

For MAC OS ten.six.7 and later version, we recommend AWUS036NHR, AWUS036NH, WUS036NEH, AWUS051NH.

  • Includes a 4-inch five DdBi and a 9 DdBi Screw-On Swivel Rubber Antenna also contains a Suction cup Window Mount dock
  • Involves driver for Windows 2000, XP 32/64, Vista 32/64, Windows 7, Linux (two.four.x/2.6.x), Mac (MacOS 10.three – 10.five) For MAC OS 10.six.7 and later version, we recommend AWUS036NHR, AWUS036NH, AWUS036NEH, AWUS051NH.
  • High safety 64/128/256bit WEP Encryption, TKIP, 802.1X assistance, Wi-Fi Protected Access – WPA, WPA-PSK, WPA II
  • Plug-and-Play Compatible with windows 98SE, 2000, Millennium, XP and Linux
  • The Mount design to very easily clinging on Notebook, Netbook and Window.

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Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) November 30, 2012

There was a time when Computer stood for Politically Appropriate. Given that that time, Computer could be stated to have undergone several alterations. Back in 81 (by the way, that was in a previous century), the Osborne Pc Corporation designed and manufactured the very first commercially available Portable Personal computer. This Pc weighing in at about 24 pounds was much more like a luggable computer than the much more portable laptops and notebooks we are all familiar with today. Whilst its tiny five-inch cathode ray video tube display reduced weight, the two five.25 inch single sided, low density floppy disk drives did not. But they were crucial components of this difficult drive-significantly less machine due to the fact one floppy was used for loading the CP/M Operating System (OS) that ran on its Z80 microprocessor while the other floppy stored any information that was needed or could be used when copying information among the two floppies. As a human interface input device, the keyboard also doubled as the cover for this beast. Regrettably, there was nothing at all friendly about that OS.

Considering that the Osborne existed in era of behemoth mainframe computers, Texas Instruments decided to capitalize on the availability of remote computing power by making a light-weight plastic device that looked like a tiny portable typewriter (Does any individual remember what a typewriter is these days let alone having observed one particular recently?). Like a typewriter, this quite portable device had a keyboard and a heat producing print head that was used to write on a special wax coated paper. Since this device was to be employed remotely, it had to also have a signifies of communicating with the room complete of mainframe computers at a central website. This was achieved by employing the ubiquitous wired telephone network (Wouldnt it have been nicer to have had WiFi?). However, the phone network was a technique that transmitted analog signals and not digital signals that a computer could recognize. To overcome this limitation, a technique of altering digital signals into analog sounds was developed that was referred to as modulation. Of course, when the signal reached its destination, it had to be returned to its original digital form by demodulation. If you place these two terms with each other in an abbreviated form, you get modem which is the term for the device that was employed to connect a digital computer to a telephone line. Although there are several ways to attain this physical connection, the Texas Instruments stand-in for the much more ancient (and overweight) electromechanical teletype that had a set of ear muffs on its rear deck that had been utilised to property a common household telephone receiver (some of us may possibly still don’t forget the black dumbbell shaped receiver that was in use on most phones prior to the era in which Star Trek re-imagined the telephone forever).

Most individuals will claim that Pc stands for Personal Personal computer. Funny they should claim that since in the exact same year as the introduction of the short-lived (and quickly forgotten) Osborne, the Itty-Bitty Machine Corporation (also known as IBM) came out with an 8086 microprocessor based method that became identified as the Personal Computer. It was anything but personable and friendly, not to mention that it wasnt portable either. Possibly its one redeeming grace was that it introduced a new operating program, MS-DOS, and its manufacturing firm, Microsoft, to the globe (well, at least until they had time to write their personal OS). It became so well-liked that everyone wanted a piece of the action. The result was that its hardware and software speedily evolved. On the software program side it spawned a multi-user OS, UNIX, and a friendlier, user-intuitive MS-DOS add-on which Microsoft called Windows. At some point, the original boat-anchor styled Computer hardware evolved as other electronic gadgets always do into a miniaturized version called the laptop or notebook pc and even todays tablets (HMMM, it believe I saw a tablet on Star Trek, also!).

But miniaturization did not end there. It has continued to the point that a modest hand-held device we as soon as known as a cell telephone (Captain Kirk called it a communicator) has been updated with audio-visual and enhanced computing abilities to the point that we now have Palmtop Computers in almost everyones pockets. It only seems all-natural that the components of communication and computing ought to be wrapped up in 1 device for the transmission of data, voice, and video and then utilized in methods similar to those in which we once employed our PCs. Now, the Computer (or whatever you think that stands for) has turn out to be more individual, personable, portable, and could we say friendly to the point that it talks to us (have you talked to your Apple Siri lately?).

If all of this sounds like techno-babble, then the sales and engineering employees at Sovran, Inc. stands prepared to decipher the bewildering array of products and services available to aid make your enterprise far more secure and lucrative.








What customers say about Alfa AWUS036H 1000mW 1W 802.11b/g USB Wireless WiFi Adapter With Original Alfa Screw-On Swivel 9dBi Rubber Antenna and Suction cup Window Mount dock?

  1. 61 of 63 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    AAlpha1 watt remote USB aadapter, December 13, 2009
    By 
    Gary (Tennessee) –
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    This review is from: Alfa AWUS036H 1000mW 1W 802.11b/g USB Wireless WiFi Adapter With Original Alfa Screw-On Swivel 9dBi Rubber Antenna and Suction cup Window Mount dock (Electronics)

    This is a good little USB network adaptor and works as advertised.

    Background: I have a Dell laptop with an internal network card. I travel a lot and use it in hotels and hot spots quite a bit. The signal I was getting on the internal card with its two internal antenna’s was weaker then I would like and usually doesn’t get a strong enough signal to maintain 54 Mbps speed. I was usually down around 11 Mbps in a hotel room. Sometimes I have had to move to a different room, move to a balcony, or a certain point in the room to get a signal at all. In one hotel room I checked signal right after checking in and I could only get a usable signal near the door holding the computer up near the ceiling. I had to walk around the hotel to find a group of rooms that I thought would work and then coordinate with he front desk on availability and change rooms.

    I researched many options, reading reviews, etc. Most other options were more expensive or problematic, including modifying my computer to install an external antenna. I looked at USB cards with the mail plug that plug into the computer without using an extension, pcmcia cards with external antenna’s, directional antenna’s, etc. Most of the reviews I read were from kids “War Driving” but still shed some light on how well this card works.

    What I got: I went with the Alpha because of good reviews I read, and the fact that I can remote locate it using an extension giving more options then one mounted to the computer. The unit looks pretty cheap being plastic. Nothing special. It came with the two antennas. I ordered the two extension cables. One is passive and one is active (active is required for longer extensions).

    Functionality/Results: It works well. So far I have not been in a Hotel where I didn’t get an 88% or better connection (signal strength) with 85 or 90% link quality or better, and more importantly a link with 54 Mbps speed. I get many more signals too, but that is not what I was looking for in most cases. I have tried it in a dozen or so hotels and played with outside signals a bit. There are a lot of them out there.

    The ability to move the antenna 10 to 25 feet away could be useful to get it on a balcony, outside a window, get around a concrete wall, etc. but I haven’t had to do that yet with the Alpha. Once in the Bahamas, using the computers internal card, I had to get out on a balcony with a 40 mph wind coming off the ocean that would knock over the laptop if I didn’t hold on to it, to get a clear shot to the hotel main building where the router was located. I had to weather the salt spray and either had to hold the computer screen to keep it from swaying so I could see it or hold my wine glass to keep it from tipping over. I needed three hands and it was a tough decision as to which two things to hold. That is when I decided to order this card. I read about folks on sail boats running the Alpha up the mast and getting a signal 4 or 10 miles off shore and putting the unit in a zip-loc bag to keep it out of the elements.

    If I had modified my computer for an external antenna, or gotten a pcmcia card with external antenna, I could have run coaxial cable to a remote antenna to get the same position benefits, but the signal losses are large that way and signal cuts in half with every few feet of coax. With this adapter the antenna is run right into the transmitter/receiver and there is no loss, however you still have the ability to remote locate it up high in a room, outside a window, on a balcony, etc. without the loss. You don’t get the signal loss from a USB cable, although you do run out of power if run too far. 25 feet with the two supplied cables is plenty for me.

    Power: The high power is meaningless and probably a lie. I think they are claiming equivalent radiated power with a good antenna to some poor antenna standard like the antenna’s printed on a pcmcia adapter card circuit board or something. Anyway it is not really a 1000mW adapter, but it does work well. The allowable power output is somewhat complicated but is based on radiated power (the combined effect of the transmitter and antenna). Anyway a balance of output power, receiver sensitivity, and selectivity is what is important and this one does a good job. It gets quite warm too only having passive cooling (vents).

    Antenna’s: Like many folks have reported, the big antenna doesn’t seem to work any better for me then the little one. Sometimes it will get a slightly stronger signal and more signals with it, but the link quality (signal to noise ratio) is worse. The little antenna has worked fine in all cases so far and just as well as the big one on comparison.

    Software: The software installed easily for me with Windows XP and I have had no problems. The software is between OK to fairly nice. I can still enable my internal card and use it when the signal is strong and I don’t want to carry the…

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  2. 51 of 52 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best WiFi antenna on the market but better with the 7dBi panel antenna, August 25, 2011
    By 
    Lincoln (Arizona, USA) –
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    Nearly all Amazon.com reviewers agree, the Alfa AWUS036H is the long range WiFi antenna on the market. But with 3 antenna options to chose from, which is the best setup?

    I own the all 3 wi-fi antennas from Alpha: 5dBi omni-directional, 7dBi panel, 9dBi omni-directional. The Alfa AWUS036H with the 7dBi antenna is the best performing set up: Alfa AWUS036H Upgraded to 1000mW 1W 802.11b/g High Gain USB Wireless Long-Rang WiFi network Adapter with 5dBi Rubber Antenna and a 7dBi Panel Antenna – for Wardriving & Range Extension *Strongest on the Market*

    With the 5dBi omni antenna, I can get 2-3 bars from a public wi-fi signal a little over 1 mile away (direct line of sight).

    With the 9dBi omni antenna, I get only 0-1 bar with dropped signals.

    With the 7dBi panel antenna, I get 3-4 bars with the fastest data transfer rates.

    I have even tested the 5dBi and 7 dBi side by side and the 7dBi loads web pages in less than 1/2 the speed as the 5dBi antenna.

    I have done a fair amount of research before purchasing the Alfa AWUS036H unit. The general consensus is that this unit has much better performance for B and G networks than the newer Alfa AWUS036NH model. But for accessing N networks, the newer model is necessary.

    Although I still own the 5dBi and 9dBi antennas, I only ever use the 7dBi panel antenan. It’s actually shorter in size and easier to transport than the 5dBi model. Go with the 7dBi – you’ll get the best performance.

    ***** UPDATED COMPARISON *****

    Aug 25, 2011: Using Xirrus Wi-Fi Monitor software, I compared the signal strength of this Alfa AWUS036H with the 7dBi panel antenna Alfa 2.4HGz 7dBi Booster SMA Panel High-Gain Screw-On Swivel Antenna or to the new High Power USB-Yagi Plug and Play directional WiFi Antenna 802.11n 2200mW / NextG USB-Yagi Plug & Play 11N Long Range WiFi antenna 2200mW. In nearly every test location, the Alfa rated 1 bar better and -10 RSSI (Receiving Signal Strength Indication) better (with RSSI signals negative numbers are better).

    Although the 2200mW Yagi antenna is much larger and twice the power, it pulls in a weaker signal and slower data transfer than the 1000mW Alfa 7dBi panel antenna.

    Still this Alfa AWUS036H is the best performing wi-fi antenna on the market. Thank you Alfa!

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