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TMCNet:  Aztech unveils 300Mbps Wall-plugged Wireless-N Repeater

[November 23, 2012]

Aztech unveils 300Mbps Wall-plugged Wireless-N Repeater

Nov 23, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) -- Aztech Electronics Pte Ltd., a provider of electronics and communications equipment, has announced the launch of 300Mbps Wall-plugged Wireless-N Repeater, WL559E, which enables users to gain Wi-Fi access freely throughout their home environment.
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Aztech WL559E works by picking up existing wireless signals from router or access point and bouncing off to other areas that experience unstable or inconsistent wireless coverage. The design integrates into any home environment without the sight of messy wiring or cabling, the company said.

Aztech WL559E is a Wi-Fi repeater model that follows WL556E, the Wi-Fi repeater is designed with an inbuilt power adapter. Unlike Wi-Fi repeaters that require an external power supply adapter, the wall-plugged design empowers users to plug it directly into any available power outlet.

According to the company, 300Mbps Wireless-N speed ensures faster wireless connection between devices. MIMO technology provides better overall coverage against Wi-Fi dead spots and enables users to stream multiple HD content wirelessly from Internet-enabled TVs, game consoles and media players without lag.

Received Signal Strength Indicators (RSSI) are LED indicators on Aztech WL559E that determine the wireless signal strength received from the router. By reading the illuminated LED indicators, users can assess if the area that Aztech WL559E is plugged into is the recommended location for best Wi-Fi coverage, the company added.

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