Is 36H still considered the best?

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking Cards' started by XZi, 7 Apr 2013.

  1. XZi

    XZi Guest

    For testing within linux on g/b? I hear the NHA is the most stable, fastest connection of Alfa's, but it's limited to 20dBm by default. If unlocked to 30dBm (within allowed country) seems it could be the ultimate adapter.

    Does the NHR compete?

    What are your results/experiences?
  2. boissei

    boissei Active Member

    31 Mar 2013
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    I'm interested in nha too,but i read that the country code is hardcoded and you can't change it.So it means we will stuck at 20dBm(=100 mW)??Any help for XZi and me?
  3. estimacamry

    estimacamry Tracker

    3 Aug 2012
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    XZi boissei There are plenty of info regards to these cards. Try using the search function. As for my own usage, Alfa AWUS036H with RTL8187L chipset has never let me down so far and it's txpower can be amended to 30dbm;)
  4. Remington

    Remington Well-Known Member

    17 Dec 2012
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    ^I agree with you about the RTL8187L. My NHA was super weak even with a 14dbi panel so I sold it. My short lived NHR was stronger but I still prefer the 8187L.
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