Friday, January 15, 2010

Alfa AWUS036NH and AWUS036NEH long range 802.11n wireless USB adapters now in stock

New this month are two long range 802.11n wireless networking products from Alfa Networks, a name many know because of their popular AWUS036H model high powered 802.11g wireless product.

With the AWUS036NH, Alfa brings high output power and great receive sensitivity to wireless-N network.


The AWUS036NH comes in a palm style form factor just like the AWUS036H wireless-G model. It features a Ralink chipset. It is a single band 150 mbps 802.11n product.

For those on a budget, Alfa brings us the AWUS036NEH which also has high output power, though not as high as the AWUS036NH. It comes in a smaller form factor and connects directly to the USB port on your computer.


For those planning to upgrade their networks to 802.11n standard this year, give the Alfa models a serious look. You won't be disappointed. Please see the item description of each product on our web page for more details and specifications.


STRSHR said...

Does anyone know if AWUS036NH can inject at all?

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DS said...

Did you have a chance to test it under Win Vista with driver v2.3.9.0?

I just bought the device from Rokland and it does not work under Win Vista but works well under Win XP.

I mean it installs correctly, Ralink Utility detects it and shows the correct MAC, but no APs are found. The same device at the same place at the same time connected to a computer under Win XP finds at least 4 AP’s.

And under Win Vista the blue LED on the adapter continuously flashes every 5 seconds (like it does if Radio is Off under Win XP) regardless of current On/Off state set in driver.

DS said...

My previous post was about Alfa AWUS036NH.

Anonymous said...

nice post. thanks.

Anonymous said...

Does the new Alfa AWUS036NH and AWUS036NEH work with BackTrack and Air?

Anonymous said...

@ DS. Same problem with Alfa AWUS036NEH.