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Swann Wireless Network Booster - 2.4GHz High Gain Antenna

Better range for your wireless network & cameras. Improve a poor wireless connection, failing connection or weak signal strength. Suitable for indoors & outdoors. Wireless 2.4GHz transmission between camera & receiver extended by up to 165ft (50m).

Manufacturer - Swann
Model # - CCTV-SW234-HGA
Submitted By - Computer Solutions (Wholesaler, Retailer)
Country - England
Category - Computers : Hardware : Networking

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Maker :   Swann
Device :   Antenna
Purpose :   Wireless Range Extender
Frequency :   2.4GHz
Beam Width :   Horizontal X Vertical
Configuration :   Yagi


Want to push your 2.4GHz analog wireless video signal transmitter to the limit? Add a Wireless Network Booster, also known as a ‘Yagi’ High Gain Antenna, and see the difference. The Booster multiplies the output power of your analog wireless camera unit or 802.11 wireless network, allowing it to transmit over distance extended by up to 165ft/50m. You will have increased reception through walls, buildings, across yards, fields, driveways and more.


1. Better range for your 802.11 wireless network & analog wireless cameras

2. Improve a poor wireless connection, failing connection or weak signal strength

3. Suitable for indoors & outdoors

4. Wireless 2.4GHz transmission between camera & receiver up to 165ft (50m)

5. Includes N plug & SMA adaptor for connection to Swann Wireless Receiver

6. 8 inch (200mm) co-axial cable attached to Booster


Frequency Band 2.4 GHz
Performance Data Transfer Rates Data Transfer Rates
Beam Width (Horiz) x (Vert)

Environmental Operating Temperature - Humidity

Form Factor Antenna

In The Box Wireless Network Booster • N Plug & SMA Adaptor • Quick Start Guide
Dimensions (W) x (D) x (H) - Weight


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