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 What's the difference between a router with one anntena and a router with two anntenae?

Answer For Your First Question,Signal Coverage of the router with two Antenna will be more than with one antenna,Radius of Line of Path will be more in 2 antenna routers,Moreover if one antenna fails the ... Read More »
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