Amped Wireless Titan-EX High Power AC1900 Wi-Fi Range Extender User Manual
Amped Wireless Titan-EX High Power AC1900 Wi-Fi Range Extender Overview
Go extenders arrived in an assortment of shapes and sizes, from single-band gadgets that connect to a divider outlet to all out double band models that are furnished with wired Ethernet ports and an abundance of administration choices. The Amped Wireless Titan-EX High Power AC1900 Wi-Fi Range Extender (RE1900A) is a fine case of the last mentioned; at $189.99, this double band extender resembles a switch and conveys extraordinary throughput execution. It’s more costly than most range extenders we’ve tried yet that doesn’t keep it from acquiring our Editors’ Choice.
A medium-measure 802.11ac extender, the Titan-EX$179.99 at Amazon could without much of a stretch be confused for a switch. It quantifies 1.5 by 9.5 by 7.5 inches (HWD) and utilizations four removable, customizable radio wires. It’s intended to sit on a level plane, however can be held tight a divider utilizing the two mounting openings on the base of the bureau. The highest point of the extender has LED markers for power, both 2.4GHz and 5GHz radio groups, flag quality, and USB action.
The extender is fit for greatest (hypothetical) information rates of 600Mbps on the 2.4GHz band and 1,300Mbps on the 5GHz band. In the engine are a 1GHz processor, a sum of 14 flag and low-commotion intensifiers, and 128MB of DDR3 RAM. Around back are five Gigabit Ethernet ports, a USB 2.0 port, a Power catch, a Reset catch, and a catch that turns the LED markers on and off. A USB 3.0 port is situated on the correct side of the bureau.
The Titan-EX utilizes a similar Web-construct administration comfort utilized as a part of light of the Amped Wireless AC1750 Wi-Fi Range Extender (RE1750A)$89.99 at Amazon. The Dashboard page offers a look at your Home and Extended system status and has a Scan catch that scans for systems to augment. Tapping on More Settings gives you a chance to design Security, User Access, and Wi-Fi Protected Setup settings and to make Access Schedules for each band. Missing is a devoted Parental Control page, where you can piece sites and channel content.
This extender backings Amped’s BoostBand innovation, which is intended to expand general throughput by utilizing the 5GHz band to speak with the switch, however as with the Amped Wireless RE1750A, we saw no detectable change in our test comes about with this choice empowered. The Management Settings page offers a more point by point take a gander at your associated gadgets and contains System Logs, Network Statistics, and Firmware Updates.
The Titan-EX can be set up in minutes. Similarly as with any extender, it’s vital to introduce the gadget in an area where it will get a solid flag (utilizing the flag quality pointer) from your switch. Once situated, you control up the extender and interface with it remotely. Open a Web program and sort setup.ampedwireless.com in the deliver bar to dispatch the Web support. Utilizing the Scan catch in the Dashboard, you look for and select both groups of the Wi-Fi arrange that you wish to amplify, and afterward design security settings for each band. You can rename each developed SSID or clone your current Wi-Fi settings to utilize the same SSIDs and security keys for each band.
In our testing, the Titan-EX handed over the speediest 5GHz throughput speeds we’ve seen from an extender to date. Its score of 488Mbps in our closeness (same-room) test was speedier than the TP-Link AC1900 Wi-Fi Range Extender (RE580D)$90.21 at Amazon (377Mbps) and the Netgear Nighthawk AC1900 Wi-Fi Range Extender (EX7000)$108.90 at Amazon (179Mbps), both of which are AC1900 extenders. At 25 feet, the Titan-EX conveyed 345Mbps, contrasted and the TP-Link RE580D’s 261Mbps and the Netgear EX7000’s 137Mbps. At 50 and 75 feet, the Titan-EX oversaw 112Mbps, individually. The TP-Link RE580D scored 70.5Mbps, and the Netgear EX7000 scored 31.1Mbps.
Throughput execution on the 2.4GHz band was additionally great. The Titan-EX scored 82.2Mbps in the nearness test and 66.6Mbps in the 25-foot test, contrasted and the TP-Link RE580D (74.2Mbps, individually) and the Netgear EX7000 (38.8Mbps). At 50 feet and 75 feet, the Titan-EX conveyed 28.3Mbps, individually, while the TP-Link RE580D conveyed 25.4Mbps, and the EX7000 gave 26.9Mbps.
Amped Wireless Titan-EX High Power AC1900 Wi-Fi Range Extender User Manual PDF