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Not every modem allows you the freedom to move around your house without being tethered. With the AmpliFi™ HD Home Wi-Fi System, you can enjoy using your internet wirelessly. The two mesh point antenna that comes with the device helps to ensure full coverage throughout your home.
Does AmpliFi HD Home Wi-Fi System Replace Your Modem?
No, the AmpliFi HD Wi-Fi System does not replace your modem. You still must have your DSL, cable or fiber optic modem to access the Internet. The router makes it so that you can access the Internet without being physically connected to the modem. If you are unsure if your modem will work with the AmpliFi system, contact your Internet service provider.
Can You Use AmpliFi HD Outdoors?
At this time, AmpliFi HD Home Wi-Fi Systems should only be used indoors as they are not designed for outdoor weather conditions. It would be best if you kept them in an atmosphere that has humidity levels between 5 and 95% non-condensing humidity. The operating temperature for this device is between 14 and 131°F. However, the amplified signal may reach outdoors for you to use your Wi-Fi still, making it one of the best wireless router options on the market.
Can You Use AmpliFi Wi-Fi with Uverse?
While Uverse Residential Gateway, or RAG, does often conflict with other routers, according to AmpliFi Wi-Fi reviews you can still use this product with your Uverse system. For it to work correctly, you first need to disable the Uverse built-in Wi-Fi. You also should position your AmpliFi base as far from any set-top boxes as possible.
What Does the AmpliFi HD Screen Show?
Unlike other routers on the market, you can keep track of your internet speeds with your AmpliFi base unit. The screen on the front of the unit allows you to see what your rates are so you can figure out the best times of the day to use your internet. As more people in your area access the server, the speeds may drop off. It can also help you identify connectivity issues throughout your home.