By using a simple user interface to control the functions of the router, the users can configure just what is needed and can set up the device quickly.
Range extenders allow for the repeating of a signal to increase the range of the original device.
It uses a dual band method where the source is transmitted on one frequency or channel where the boosted signal is transmitted on another frequency or channel.
Access points come in desktop, wall mount or ceiling mount configurations. In most access points, unlike range extenders, the connection to the network is hardwired not wireless.
Therefore, the connection’s stability is better. The downside of the access point is that it requires an Ethernet wire to be run to the access point where the range extender does not.