Wave WiFi specializes in packaging together connectivity gear for boats, yachts, and even RVs.
In their long-range Wi-Fi extending lineup, they offer:
- Rogue Wave - Roof-mounted CPE utilizing the Ubiquiti Bullet M2 as the underlying CPE hardware, integrated with a router. Intended for consumer boats & RVs.
- Rogue Reach - Specially designed for RVs, the Reach can direct connect to any WAN Ethernet-enabled device, router, or switch.
- Rogue Pro - The same gear as the Wave, but in a ruggedized form factor with an alternative mounting system.
- Rogue Reach DB - Similar to the Rogue Reach but with Dual-Band Wi-Fi
- Rogue Pro DB - Similar to the Rogue Pro but with Dual-Band Wi-Fi
Wave WiFi gear can be used with your existing router or PC.
- Model: Wave, Reach, Reach DB, Pro, Pro DB
- Base Technology: Ubiquiti Bullet M2 Titanium
- Router Specs:
- Wi-Fi Router: No
- Control Panel and Default Password:
- Control Panel Address: 192.168.89.1
- USB Tethering Support: No
- Cellular Modem Specs: N/A
- Dimensions: 21" x 1.5"
- Other Ports: None
- Power Source: POE
- Outdoor Rated: Yes
- Special Features: None
- Retail Price: $285-$633
News, Videos, & Status
Our contributing author Jack Mayer wrote an extensive member based on a 2014 version of the hardware, with a direct comparison of this device to the WiFiRanger and Pepwave devices available at the time. Since then, both WiFiRanger and Pepwave has progressed their product lines.
We've updated the original review based on current product lines.
- Wi-Fi Technology Evolves: 6 GHz "Wi-Fi 6E" More Than Doubles Wi-Fi Network Capacity Posted on: April 27, 2020
- A Decade Connected: A Look Back At The Evolution Of Mobile Internet for RVers and Cruisers Posted on: December 20, 2019
- Winegard Air 360+ Brings Wi-Fi & Cellular Upgradability To New RVs Posted on: September 30, 2019
- UPDATED: WiFiRanger Releases "Converge" Details and Pricing - New Outdoor and Indoor Cellular Enabled Wi-Fi Routers Posted on: September 25, 2019
- Apple's iPhone 11 Models Promise "Faster Cellular" and Other Mobile Internet Advancements Posted on: September 15, 2019
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