|FROM THE MANUFACTURER: The Sapido AU-5125 dual-band USB adapter acts as a multi-dimensional device that has the capacity to function as a wireless adapter, access point, or a wireless bridge. The dual-band technology allows you to enjoy a speedy and stable wireless connection that eliminates the interference typically exists on the 2.4GHz band for a clean downloading and streaming Internet experience. Further, the built-in power amplification hardware enhances the wireless performance twice the amount of a normal wireless adapter. With this sole technology, the wireless coverage range extends over 3500 sq ft. KEY FEATURES: (1) Dual-Band Technology: Dual-band technology eliminates the interference caused by home appliances running at the 2.4GHz band by letting you run the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands concurrently or selectively. (2) Superior Design and Wireless Speed: Created with Wireless-N (802.11n) technology and two 2dBi antennae for speeds up to 300 Mbps. (3) Sole Technology: Enhance the wireless transmission range to over 3500 with the power amplifiers. (4) Wireless AP: Connect the AU-5125 to an Internet enabled computer to share wireless Internet connections to other wireless devices (works with Windows XP, Vista, and 7 operating systems only. (5) Advanced Security: One-touch WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) and WEP/WPA/WPA2 advanced encryption keep unwanted users out of your wireless network. (6) One Touch WPS Encryption: Connect to the Internet by pressing the WPS button on the USB adapter and on the router. (7) Limited 1-year warranty. CUSTOMER SERVICE: The Sapido products are backed by superior customer support. If you need assistance, you can call us at 757-962-1485 from Monday to Friday 8am to 3:30pm EST or email us at email@example.com.|
Customer Reviews of Sapido AU-5125 Wireless N Dual-Band Adapter - USB 2.0 - 300Mbps - Wireless AP
Garbage--doesn't work on 5mhz band5/29/2012
I just received my AU-5125 which I purchased from Sapido via Buy.com. I installed it using the drivers and utility that came on the CD accompanying the adapter. Now, however, while I am using it with a wireless router which uses both the 2.4mhz and 5mhz bands, I cannot see any channels on the 5mhz band and can't connect to them. When I look at the Status page in the utility software, I notice that the Channel Set reads as follows: "Japan_No_DFS. Does this mean that the adapter is set up for reading Japanese rather than US wireless channels?