Very pleased - worked well to extend an 802.11n network
Ashok Aiyar, Amazon
15 June 2015
Summary: I use two of these antennas to extend a 2.4 GHz 802.11n WiFi network - one antenna is connected by a 30-foot RP-SMA cable to my main router ( ) and the antenna is connected by a similar cable to a wireless repeater ( ).
Summary: I am not sure how efficient it is. It increased signal strength, to another cottage about 110 feet away, but not to full signal strength. Maybe the distance is to far. Its field of sending signal is very narrow so you need to point it well.
Summary: I was unable to measure any difference in the signal strength with this thing. And to top it off, the plastic on the base where the moving parts are was cheap and just kind of disintegrated or fell apart after a short while. Meaning I could not longer stand it up / adjust it's angle.
Highly recommended, significant signal improvement.
S. Devine, Amazon
27 December 2014
Summary: Significant improvement in WiFi signal. Router is in the corner of the house, so the 90 degree (ish) pattern was perfect for my application. The livingroom (opposite corner) has historically had poor coverage, marginal signal with frequent drops.
Awesome. Worked perfectly for my DJI Phantom Drone project.
24 November 2014
Summary: I absolutely loved these panel antennas. Are used to them for parts in my project working on a modification on my DJI phantom vision plus or phantom. The details of my project are below. If you need any help or need help in setting something up, I will be more than happy to help you out.
Summary: My wifi connection would hover around a pathetic .5 Mbs down on bad days to up to 20 Mbs down. Since switching out one of my nic antennas with this I've been consistently getting 25+ Mbs down.
Summary: I bought these to replace Hawking's antennas i purchased just 2 years ago. The Hawking's failed and i received no help from that company. These were way cheaper in price to buy and i get a better signal than i did when the others were new.