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Dear Friends,

I am looking forward to buying a Wi-Fi antenna (in the notice it says: "Outdoor Usb Wifi receiver Up to 1km, Amitosai Mega Power brand, model, MTS-WIFI1K, Omnidirectional, Maximum range: 1km, Maximum transmission speed: 150 Mb / s, Frequency: 2.4 GHz, Gain: 13 dB, Length: 48 cm, Bandwidth: 2.4 GHz, Beam width: 360º, Directivity: Low, Polarization: Circular, Power: 2 Watts, notebook connection: USB) .
I use this antenna to pick up wi fi and increase the signal from outside my home, from the house of a neighbor who has a standard router and that although with the notebook I pick up its signal, it is weak. The address of my neighbor is 15 m. soon and he gave me the password.
I also try to use it to capture the Internet of another neighbor who is 80 meters away, without interference in the block, except for the walls of his house.
My main question is whether with this antenna I will be able to increase the signal and if this is going to be higher than what I achieved with a TP LINK TL-WN8200ND 300 Mb / s of two antennas.
In addition, I am concerned that it is 150 mb / s, the TP LINK is 300 mb / s, since I understand that it can lower the transmission speed.
I will be grateful if you also inform me if there is a superior model in transmission speed and range than the one I intend to buy.
I await your kind response.
Regards,
  • 29 days ago

    Avatar de Ennio Montenegro M.

    Hello langa
    I'm interested to know, which soft is better to break passwords .. ???

  • 29 days ago

    Avatar de langa

    I don't know My passwords are given to me by the neighbors to whom I ask permission to use their wi fi.

  • 29 days ago

    Avatar de ArKanGeL1973

    Stealing is not the idea in the forum ... That said, there are tutorials on youtube that tell you how to make such antennas ... but with much better reach
    ..

  • 29 days ago

    Avatar de langa

    ArKanGeL1973, I'm sorry you treated me as a "thief" in your response. Please "read" well what I replied to Ennio Montenegro and what was my original query. I don't deserve your abuse! I will appreciate an apology from you and I hope to receive in I REPAIR a technical response according to what I need to know. Thank you!!

  • 29 days ago

    Avatar de Reynolds Ryan

    Why do you want to "break" a password according to you? Or what do you mean by that?

  • 29 days ago

    Avatar de Ennio Montenegro M.

    Hi Reynolds
    There are programs to "guess" the Wifi password.
    Regards
    Administrator

  • 29 days ago

    Avatar de Reynolds Ryan

    Hello Ennio, I am sorry to tell you that all these programs are useless. I speak from experience .... try all that exist and exist, even those of Linux that supposedly do so by force.
    For common users who use tools developed by other people it is not possible to access Wi-Fi networks without having the password.

  • 29 days ago

    Avatar de Reynolds Ryan

    It is easier to win the lottery than to guess the password.

  • 29 days ago

    Avatar de Ennio Montenegro M.

    It is that the programs DO NOT TEST with different passwords.
    When the person is attacked, the internet is blocked and the person must enter the password. It is at that moment that he steals it.

  • 29 days ago

    Avatar de Reynolds Ryan

    Hahaha did you make me laugh ... how is that blocking the internet ??? To do that you would have to have a kind of machine to inhibit the Wi-Fi signal and then issue a fake signal asking you to enter the password ... a whole movie.

  • 29 days ago

    Avatar de jasoft63

    Those programs they refer to are to do Network Audits, not to steal passwords (although most look for them for that purpose) And if they are good and if they do, it happens that they must be in the right hands. Regards

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What you have is not an antenna, but a usb network board. The tp-link is very good, better than the other, but the signal depends many times, on how saturated this channel is or not. The speed will depend on the signal you have, the speed of the router, the saturation of the channel, etc. The actual maximum Wi-Fi speed is half of the lowest between the router and the network board, since the Wi-Fi is asynchronous (it does not transmit and receive at the same time). Example: if the router is 150 mbps and the network board is 300 mbps, the actual speed will be 75 mbps (half of the lowest speed between router and board).
I hope it helps you
  • 29 days ago

    Avatar de langa

    I really understand that your response has been very clear and explanatory. But, I would need you to inform me if there is an antenna of superior quality than the TP LINK TL-WN8200ND 300 Mb / s of two antennas, since I get little signal from the neighbor I have at 15 m and even less from the one at 80m. I want to highlight that both neighbors are friends of mine and lend me their passwords. Thank you.

  • 29 days ago

    Avatar de Electro-qui

    One option is to remove one of the TP-Link plate's footrests, and put a directional antenna (you can install it on the ceiling or outside a window) or with more db. The ones that it brings I think are 5db, you can put it 12, 24, 32, depending on the silver you want to spend

  • 29 days ago

    Avatar de langa

    Thank you very much for your answer! I still have some doubts:
    1) The two antennas of the TL-WN8200ND are 5 dbi, does that mean the antenna is 10 dbi?
    2) Does the replacement antenna (s) (if there are two) have to be directional or omnidirectional?
    3) Does the TL-WN8200ND board have enough power to support 2 antennas each of 10/12 dbi? (I am referring to the Titan Wifi Usb N 900mbps 2.4ghz Antenna 10dbi or TP LINK 2412d 12 Dbi 2.4 Ghz | Tl-ant2412d 02)
    4) Do you need a driver to install these 2 antennas?
    5) What connector do I need to install it on the board

The TPlink 8200nd or the wall breaker, as they call it, is a network board with a high Omnidirectional range. But there are better ones that are no longer sold like the melon n4000 and others. But if you are looking to connect with your neighbor and have a good reception, buy two APs and it will be impressive. Regards