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PCE / USB wireless adapter for a stationary computer with a fiber connection up to 1GB


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Hey,

 

I would love to get a recommendation for a good and stable wireless adapter that supports a speed of 1GB, I am connected to fiber optic of At 600MB and I want to connect a stationary computer to the wireless network.

Router of Connected to the MESH system of TP-LINK DECO M5, I wanted to know first if it is possible to place one of the MESH routers next to the stationary computer and simply transfer a cable from it to a network card? 

If this should work, will the connection be stable? Anyway, what speed can I get in such a connection? 

 

If this is not possible then I would be happy to get a recommendation for a coordinator , I thought about the options below:

Netgear Nighthawk AC1900

ASUS PCE-AC88 Dual-Band 4x4 AC3100

 

If there is a better correlation in this price range then I would of course love to know,

Thank you very much for the helpers!

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MESH next to the computer Stationary and simple to transfer a cable from it to a network card? 

If there is an rj45 connection then yes.

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If this should work, will the connection be stable?

No less than a ticket To be on the computer, assuming the distance from the additional MESH point is the same.

If you have one remote mesh point, it is best to put a mesh point in the middle between the desktop and the remote and put a card on the desks

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Anyway, what speed can I get in such a connection?

The deco limit is 400 MB if you work at 2.4 GHz and 867 if you work at 5 GHz.

From this you will deduct at least 10% on the difference between theory and real max and more which should be deducted on signal attenuation.

 

 

 

If you live in a new building, a network point from the closet to the room, through the plumbing of the walls costs 200-300 NIS and you will receive maximum value if the computer is connected directly to the router of . (With reservations not to be within the local network of Hams for sharing purposes) 

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