access points

Do you need a router for WiFi?

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This is one of those questions that I get from time to time: Do I really need a router for WiFi? And it’s usually related to already having a modem (most likely DOCSIS), so people are wondering if a wireless router is really that necessary. Unless you have a wireless modem-router, then you do need … Read more

EnGenius EWS850AP WiFi 6 Outdoor Wireless Access Point Review

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The EnGenius EWS850AP is one of the few WiFi 6 outdoor wireless access points available (for now), sporting most of the expected features, such as the support for 1024-QAM modulation, the OFDMA (which divides the channel bandwidth in sub-carriers for a more efficient small packet transmission), a 2.5GbE port and there’s also BSS Coloring, as … Read more

Ubiquiti UAP-AC-PRO vs NanoHD

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Ubiquiti has been the go-to manufacturer for reliable SMB-level networking devices for almost a decade and the public has been especially fond of their wireless access point series (and surprisingly, Ubiquiti is a favored option even in the home networking market as well). One of the most popular models is the Ubiquiti UAP-AC-PRO (the predecessor … Read more

TRENDnet TEW-825DAP Wireless Access Point Review

The TRENDnet TEW-825DAP is a simple AC1750 wireless access point which promises to be an affordable solution for smaller, budget-tight businesses and even for any user that wants to either expand its network to cover more ground with WiFi or just to move past the consumer-grade wireless router (which is not always that reliable). TRENDnet … Read more