Wireless Receiver

Wireless Receiver

 

 

How much is the new u-verse wireless receiver and does it really work well?  Thanks

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I read somewhere that the maximum distance was 100 feet under ideal conditions which, of course, might never exist in the real world.  One of my wireless receivers is almost 50 feet from the WAP and it works great.

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do you have to have uverse internet to use the uverse wireless reciever? 

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Mr.Din - No, the wireless receiver uses a different wi-fi signal.

Both TV and internet are available, if subscribed, together or individually on COAX(HPNA) and the four network jacks on the RG.
Internet is also available on the wi-fi built in to the RG.
TV wireless connects by plugging a WAP (wireless access point) into one of the four network jacks on the RG. The WAP is the wi-fi source for up to two wireless receivers.

There was a time when the wireless receiver was not available for INID (aka bonded pair) installs. I believe it is currently available,
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