WiFi Boosters

A WIFI Booster is a way of boosting a weak WIFI signal to increase the range. The wifi signal booster is designed to extend the wireless infrastructure within your home over a larger area by creating an access point via the booster.

In many homes there are places where you find your wifi signal is weak or not useable. The first step to a cure is...

A WIFI Booster is a way of boosting a weak WIFI signal to increase the range. The wifi signal booster is designed to extend the wireless infrastructure within your home over a larger area by creating an access point via the booster.

In many homes there are places where you find your wifi signal is weak or not useable. The first step to a cure is to find ways to boost wifi signal at home where possible.

If the issue has largely to do with poor wifi signal reception in certain parts of your home then first consider these low cost ways to boost your wireless signal:
Wireless repeaters extend your wireless network range. They effectively receive the existing wireless signal from your router and retransmit the signal with more power.

Read more about Low Cost Ways to Boost Wifi Signal at Home on our WiFi Blog.


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  • WIFI Unlockers

    Use WIFI Unlockers to find and crack weak passwords, monitor network security and find access points at large distances.

    We are not responsible for: Abuse, crime, intrusive or illegal use of the product.

  • WIFI Signal Booster Kits

    Are you planning to setting up your own network, a hotspot, building a point to point connection?
    Creating an access point or want to use your Wifi signal on multiple computers in your home or office?
    We have made it easy for you to find the right solution with our 'ready to go' kits.
    Take a look at our selection or great value Wifi Kits for extending your wireless network connection.

    Products from AlfaNetworks, WiFiSky, WiFiScan, TP-Link....

  • Wifi Special Offer Packs

    4 for 3 and 3 for 2 Pack Deals
    get 1 item for free!
    Great savings for buying more.

  • Powerline Adapter

    Power line communication carries data on a conductor that is also used simultaneously for AC electric power transmission or electric power distribution to consumers.
    Power line communications can also be used in a home to interconnect home computers and peripherals, and home entertainment devices that have an Ethernet port.

    Powerline adapter sets plug into power outlets and establish an Ethernet connection using the existing electrical wiring in the home. This allows devices to share video and data without the inconvenience of running dedicated network cables.

    Turn your existing powerline into a high speed network with no need for new wires or drilling. No configuration is required, simply plug your adapters into your power sockets and you can establish networking infrastructure in a flash.

  • Marine Wifi Applications


    It is interesting to note from our own customer base how many clients are using our products in marine applications. Now for many boating enthusiasts we find there are people who may just be weekend sailors or more dedicated seafaring people who want a semi-permanent link with the outside world while at sea.

    We have put together a number of marine packages ideally suited to access terrestrial Wifi and 3G networks in marine applications. The packages are complete kits with full assembly and configuration instructions.

    All kits contain Antenna, mounting kit, all cabling, router, CPE, POE injectors. Take a look here for what's on offer...

    Read more about Wifi in Marine Applications in our article here...

  • WiFi Adapters

    The current variety of USB adapters offer up to from 1000mw to 3000 mw of power but more normally the ever so popular Alfa AWUS036H offers an amazing 1000mw (30 dBm) of power. Please be aware that to achieve this output the adapters have to be connected to a USB Hub or PC device capable of delivering this much power to get the most signal power. Where the available power is less than the maximum possible there is no problem for the adapter it simply delivers less signal power . But even then the Wifi signal power well exceeds that provided by the normal Wifi routers provided by your ISP.

    USB Standards

    The USB interface offers both a WiFi signal path and acts as a power source to the adapter. The USB 1.x and 2.0 specifications provide a 5 V supply on a single wire to power connected USB devices. The specification provides for no more than 5.25 V and no less than 4.75 V (5 V±5%) between the positive and negative bus power lines. For USB 3.0, the voltage supplied by low-powered hub ports is 4.45–5.25 V.
    A unit load is defined as 100 mA in USB 2.0, and 150 mA in USB 3.0. A device may draw a maximum of 5 unit loads (500 mA) from a port in USB 2.0 and 6 unit loads (900 mA) in USB 3.0. There are two types of devices: low-power and high-power. A low-power device draws at most 1 unit load, with minimum operating voltage of 4.4 V in USB 2.0, and 4 V in USB 3.0. A high-power device draws, at most, the maximum number of unit loads the standard permits. Every device functions initially as low-power—but may request high-power, and gets it if it's available on the providing bus.

    Some devices, such as high-speed external disk drives, or in this case high powered USB Wifi adapters require more than 500 mA of current and therefore may have power issues if powered from just one USB 2.0 port. Some devices may come with an external power source or a Y-shaped cable that has two USB connectors (one for power+data, the other for power only) to plug into a computer. With such a cable, a device can draw power from two USB ports simultaneously.

    A bus-powered hub initialises itself at 1 unit load and transitions to maximum unit loads after it completes hub configuration. Any device connected to the hub draws 1 unit load regardless of the current draw of devices connected to other ports of the hub (i.e., one device connected on a four-port hub draws only 1 unit load despite the fact that more unit loads are being supplied to the hub).
    A self-powered hub supplies maximum supported unit loads to any device connected to it. In addition, the VBUS presents 1 unit load upstream for communication if parts of the Hub are powered down.

    USB Adapter Protocols and Speeds

    All our USB adapters provide support for the IEEE 802.11 protocols. The standards are "b" for up to 11 Mb/s, "g" for up to 54 Mb/s and "n" for up to 300 Mb/s. Our n type adapters normally operate up to 150 M/s. The n type adapters are especially useful for streaming applications for video and gaming and Wifi n storage devices. All the adapters are capable of backward compatibility so they will work with older and slower speed WiFi devices.

    USB WiFi Cards, PCI and mini PCI

    Extend your WiFi network range. Monitor access points in the distance and test the security of your network with free software. Find the USB wireless adapter you need to get connected. With blazing-fast transfer speeds and built-in security protection, getting more from your USB Wi-Fi connection with our range of powerful network adapters from Alfa Network, WiFiSKY , WiFiScan....