A WIFI range extender requires a relatively strong external WIFI signal, right? Weak signal, weak performance!
KING KS1000 Swift Omnidirectional WiFi Antenna With WiFiMax Range Extender - 1167 Mbps
My point is, most campgrounds have no WIFI or very weak signals and limited access. So unless you have a strong cellular hotspot, this appliance will not reach optimal performance.
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Open May 21, 2021 - 06:17 AM
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May 24, 2021 - 07:22 AM
Yes, the KS1000 Swift antenna depends on a good WiFi signal at the campground. This will pick up WiFi from about half a mile away. If the campground has a weak signal then yes that would limit the performance of the Swift.
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