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    TurboTenna 011XT RF Amplifier Pen Booster
 
  • +27dBm 802.11b/g High Performance WiFi Amplifier
  • Compact and light weight with advanced HBT RF circuitry design
  • Easy installation for wireless router and access point
  • Detachable antenna
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Unit Price
US$119.95
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INSURANCE
 
    Packaging Content
1)
TurboTenna 011XT +27dBm (500mW) 802.11b/g RF Amplifier Pen Booster
1 unit
2)
+2dBi Rubber Duck Short Antenna
1 unit
3)
DC 6.0V x 500mA, AC 110 ~ 240V Power Adaptor
1 unit
4)
SMA-TNC RF Adapter
1 unit
User guide
 
 
    Features and Benefits
This +27dBm (500mW) TurboTenna 011XT Pen Booster is a High Performance RF amplifier with a right-angled neck design. The neck stretches out to the RP-SMA RF connector for direct replacement of your Rubber Duck antenna. If your wireless router uses a RP-TNC Rubber Duck such as the Linksys WRT54GS and WAP54G, you could use the SMA-TNC RF adapter for conversion.

The RP-SMA and RP-TNC RF connectors are able to cover most of the 802.11b/g wireless routers and PCI wireless adapter for direct physical connection. If you need something else such as the MC Card, MMCX, RP-MMCX, MCX, etc., you'll need the Universal Antenna Adapter Box and a matching pigtail to make the connection.

The package comes with a 2dBi Rubber Duck. It can be replaced by more powerful directional antennae such as the Omni, TurboTenna 007GT waveguide booster and the Yagi to meet your coverage and range extension requirements.

TurboTenna 011XTS Pen Booster is the straight neck alternative also having a gain of +27dBm at 500mW.

 
    Design Highlights
  • The TurboTenna 011XT Amplifier Booster is designed to enhance the coverage, stability and speed of WiFi connection by using the Time Division Multiplex technology for high power output.
  • Compatible with both 802.11b and 802.11g wireless networks
  • Linear and High power MMIC amplifier with advanced Gallium Arsenide Heterojunction Bipolar Transistor (HBT) is incorporated in the electronic circuitry to ensure low power consumption and high heat dissipation efficiency.
  • The TX is rated at a power level of 500mW or 27dBm at 6.0V DC.
  • Low noise RX amplifier is used to pick up weak signal at optimal Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR).
  • This unit is designed to operate properly using a standard 32mW or 100mW radio device such as a Buffalo access point with adjustable power output.
  • Precision engineered for maximum signal strength and distance.
  • When determining total power add the radio output to the TX amplifier gain and subtract the RF cable loss between the radio and amplifier. This total should not exceed 500mW or +27dBm.
  • Example: A 32mW radio (+15dBm) with a short pigtail (-1dB) running to the TurboTenna 011XT amplifier at TX gain gain of 13dB would yield a total power output of +27dBm at the antenna port of the amp. You would then add the gain of the antenna minus any cable loss between the amp and antenna to determine your effective isotropic radiated power level or EIRP.
    Specifications
 
Operating Range:
2400-2500 MHz
 
Signal Type:
DSSS/ OFDM
 
TR Switch Time:
<1msec
 
Max Transmit Linear Output Power:
500mW/ 27dBm
 
Transmit Gain:
10dB (default)
 
Transmit Input Power:
Range from 0dBm to +20 dBm. Normally +10dBm (10mW)
 
Receive Gain:
10dB (default)
 
Max Receive Input Power:
-10dBm
 
RF Connector:
RP-SMA with SMA-TNC Adapter
 
DC Power:
DC 6.0V x 500mA, AC 110 ~ 240V Power Adaptor
 
Operating Temperature:
-20 deg. C to 50 deg. C
 
Operating Humidity:
95% relative humidity
 
LED Indicator:
PWR Green, TX Red, RX Yellow
 
Size LxWxH:
155mm x 21.6mm x 18.88mm
 
Weight:
80g (not including AC/DC adapter)
 
RF Cable:
Not included
 
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