PDQ Connection sells kits of Wi-Fi extending gear, and offers different configurations.
- Base Technology: SureCall Booster, Alfa Router, Antenna
- Wi-Fi Router: Yes
- 2.4GHz Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g
- 5GHz Wi-Fi: N/A
- Wi-Fi Antenna: ?
- Wi-Fi as WAN: Yes
- Claimed Wi-Fi Range: Up to 20 miles
- Guest Wi-Fi Network:
- Cellular Tethering via USB: None
- Integrated Cellular Modem: None
- Ethernet Ports:
- Special Features:
- Power Source: 12v or 110v
- Dimensions: 5.8" x 5.0" x 1.6"
- Outdoor Rated: Yes, for the external components
- Retail Price: $295 - 1255
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