|Home Network Coverage Over Your Home's Electrical Wiring|
The D-Link Wireless N PowerLine Router (DHP-1320) works seamlessly with D-Link’s PowerLine AV adapters (available separately) to extend your network to the farthest corners of your home using the electrical wiring already installed in your walls. Simply connect your router and plug it into a power outlet to turn every other power outlet in your home into a network connection - no drilling or messy cables required. Also, since it is compliant with the HomePlug AV standard, you can use it to extend an existing PowerLine network1, or simply create a new one.
High Quality Performance
The DHP-1320 provides up to 200 Mbps over your electrical wiring - fast enough to stream HD video, support enhanced gaming and share large files from anywhere in your home.
The Convenience of Wi-Fi and PowerLine - All in One Place
The DHP-1320 is also a Wireless N 300 router that provides 300 Mbps wireless connectivity. By using D-Link’s Wireless N technology, the DHP-1320 provides a significantly faster and farther-reaching wireless signal than outdated Wireless G routers. D-Link’s Intelligent Antenna Technology makes use of your home’s environment by bouncing multiple wireless signals off of walls and ceilings to work around obstructions and help eliminate dead spots. At the same time, you can use PowerLine in areas where a wired connection would be beneficial, like hard-to-reach areas in your home.
While this may look like your average router, it’s not. This is a D-Link Green™ router, which is as good for your wallet as it is for the environment. The DHP-1320 is designed to conserve energy, protect our environment from harmful substances and reduce waste by using recyclable packaging. To learn more, visit www.dlinkgreen.com.
Customer Reviews of D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Compact Wi-Fi Range Extender – DAP-1320
Marginal performance improvement1/24/2014
Bought this to extend signal from an Asus RT-AC66U (one of the most highly rated routers on the market). First of all, the set-up seems simple but really isn't. When I gave the D-Link the same SSID as the Asus, my devices started to see the SSID as well as "Other Network". Also, I run both Windows and iOS devices on my network and with the D-Link on they frequently experience IP address conflicts. I'm not a tech geek but generally pretty savvy about figuring out devices, so it can't all be me!
Easy setup.....small size. Extends range in the bedroom where service was spotty before. Highly recommended.
Simple instructions and the extender did link to my Belkin router easily, but the extended range is not much. I still need to find a better location, so the wifi signal strength might improve. At first glance the unit seems to help, but not much.