900AP+ h/w rev A/B/C - any difference?

Discussion in 'Wireless Internet' started by Press Ctrl-Alt-Del Now, Jul 17, 2003.

  1. I see from the D-Link web site
    that there are 3 different hardware revisions of the 900AP+
    From the above link I can tell that Rev C has the ARM9 processor whereas the A&B only have
    the ARM7. My questions are:

    - any real difference between the 3 revisions?
    - if so, should I be only looking for the Rev C 900AP+ assuming that the latest is the

    I am looking to buy 2 900AP+ units and it is hard to find/get those rev C units. Either
    the walk-in places only have the A/B or the online places do not know/do not reply back.
    Anybody know where I can buy a rev C 900AP+ (2 actually) on-line?

    Press Ctrl-Alt-Del Now, Jul 17, 2003
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    Airman Basic Guest

    Bought one each from Newegg and Amastore. Both the new models. Bought to
    use the repeater function, which I just hooked up. Went from 50% signal
    strength to 80%. I'm happy, I guess.
    Airman Basic, Jul 20, 2003
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    Airman Basic Guest

    The remote computer, using a DLink 520+, and the DLink software.
    Airman Basic, Jul 25, 2003
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    Rob Guest

    Hi Airman,
    I am thinking of buying a DWL 520+ for homemade antenna testing, a load of
    customers at ebuyer.co.uk are complaining about it crashing their system, do
    you find this?


    Rob, Jul 25, 2003
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    Haudy Kazemi Guest

    Did you get the link up yet? Any trees in the line of sight that you
    had to worry about? I'm looking at the antennas available and the
    nil-jon antennas for 2.4ghz (wifi-plus.com) seem to be the best, but
    I'm not finding many resources/reviews on them. I'd love to here what
    kind of results and throughput you're getting over that 3 mile link,
    and from what antenna heights.

    Haudy Kazemi, Aug 12, 2003
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