AVM annuncia FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX

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AVM announces the availability of the FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX, the new tri-band repeater with Wi-Fi 6, let’s find out together in this article

The new FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX by AVM guarantees high performance Wi-Fi in the local network thanks to Wi-Fi 6. Three radio units with a total of eight antennas, which can achieve an overall transfer rate of up to 4.200 MBit/sensure a long range and high data transfer speed in the Wi-Fi network.

This new repeater tri-band thus it guarantees stable radio coverage right down to the farthest corner, even in particularly large houses or offices with many rooms. Equipped with two doors LAN Gigabit, the repeater ensures fast data distribution in the local network even via cable. With its modern, innovative design and clean lines, the FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX fits perfectly into the FRITZ! with Wi-Fi 6. The FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX is available at the suggested retail price of 189 euro.

AVM annuncia FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX

Wi-Fi AX + AC + N (Wi-Fi 6 + Wi-Fi 5 + Wi-Fi 4) superveloce

The powerful FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX transmits on three Wi-Fi bands (1 at 2.4 GHz and 2 at 5-GHz), which are intelligently used in parallel. Thanks to automatic band selection (Crossband Repeating), the repeater always chooses the most efficient path to the connected wireless devices. Thus the FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX allows you to run more smoothly in parallel applications, such as streaming, gaming or video conferencing.

FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX: perfect in the WiFi Mesh network

In combination with a FRITZ!Boxthe FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX uses the network Wi-Fi Mesh. Mesh Wi-Fi creates a single Wi-Fi network from the individual Wi-Fi networks of FRITZ! products. and thus ensures a fast and reliable connection in all environments. The created Wi-Fi network has secure encryption and only one SSID and one password. To add more Wi-Fi access points just press the button on the device.

AVM annuncia FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX

FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX: main features

  • Greater Wi-Fi range for all connected devices thanks to Wi-Fi 6
  • Three radio units with a total of eight antennas: 2 at 5 GHz (4×4/2×2) and 1 at 2.4 GHz (2×2)
  • Transfer rate up to 4,200 MBit/s in Wi-Fi network: 2,400 and 1,200 MBit/s at 5 GHz and 600 MBit/s at 2.4 GHz (channel bandwidth: 80 MHz; also supports 160 MHz at 5 GHz)
  • Optimal connection to the router on its Wi-Fi band (5 GHz)
  • For more special needs (e.g. parallel 4K streaming) in a local network with fast Internet connection and several wireless devices used simultaneously
  • Mesh Wi-Fi: Combine multiple access points into one smart Wi-Fi network with optimal performance
  • Intelligent automatic band selection during use (Dynamic Crossband Repeating)
  • The vertical case allows it to be placed in many different places in the house
  • Automatic transfer of Wi-Fi encryption and all important FRITZ!Box settings
  • Two ultra-fast Gigabit LAN ports for connecting additional devices via cable or for creating a LAN bridge
  • Fast and secure access to the local network via push button (WPS)
  • Supports the Wi-Fi guest access of the FRITZ!Box
  • Dimmable or dimmable LEDs
  • Finding the best location with the FRITZ!App WLAN
  • Energy saving thanks to night service for wireless and ECO modes

Maximum safety and comfort

State-of-the-art encryption standards ensure privacy is protected throughout the Mesh Wi-Fi network. THE LED on the case, which can be switched off or dimmed to various brightness levels, indicate the signal strength and thus also serve as a guide for optimal positioning of the FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX. The FRITZ!App WLAN helps you find the best location. The repeater can be easily connected to the mains via its power supply.

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