WiFi jammers make up for the hidden dangers of routers
At present, high-end routers in the consumer market cannot bypass the NETGEAR brand. Netgear firmly occupies the forefront of the high-end market with its technology and reputation. Recently, Netgear has launched four 802.11ax products, including Nighthawk RAX80, Nighthawk RAX40, Nighthawk RAX120 and Nighthawk RAX200 that support WiFi6. This also means that Netgear has fully entered the WiFi 6 era, combined with recent mobile phone manufacturers’ Flagship mobile phone models have supported the WiFi6 protocol one after another, and it should be the first choice of a series of brands for all small partners who want to change routers, but the wifi6 protocol uploaded on the Internet is really safe? No hidden dangers? The official recommendation is that there is no security risk, if you are not at ease, you can use a wifi jammer to stop it.
Take the aforementioned high-end model, Netgear RAX200 AX11000M as an example. This is a next-generation 10G router that supports WiFi6, supports 3-band 12-channel networking, comes standard with 2.5G Ethernet ports, and 1G+ The 1G 2G LAN port, it can be said that, as a home router, it is currently quite the top strength, enough to cope with the pressure of the 10G network, especially for the network with the addition of Gigabit broadband and multiple NAS and other equipment at home For users, Netgear RAX200 is definitely an ideal product.
Here is a little science. Our current mainstream wifi standard is 802.11ac, which is wifi5, and wifi6 is actually 802.11ax, which has a higher performance than WiFi5. In fact, 802.11ax is developed on the basis of the 802.11ac Wave 2 standard. Both support 1024-QAM, MU-MIMO and up to 160MHz bandwidth, but 802.11ax can support up to 8x8 MU-MIMO, and 802.11ac up to Only 4x4 MU-MIMO, that is, wifi6 can support more parallel data bandwidth expansion. In addition, WiFi 5 uses OFDM technology, while WiFi 6 uses OFDMA technology commonly used in cellular networks. It supports multiple terminals to transmit data in parallel. This gives WiFi 6 two inherent advantages: high transmission rate and support More equipment capacity, but high transmission speed, easy to have hidden dangers in security, we can use WiFi jammer to prevent.
In terms of styling, when I first got the Netgear Nighthawk RAX200, I was really shocked! This look is really extraordinary! RAX200 does not adopt the traditional "octopus", "spider" or "big crab" shape in appearance, but ingeniously integrates the antenna into the shape of the wing, plus a foldable design, it is very next-generation sci-fi spacecraft The sense of sight, and consumers do not have to consider how to place the antenna.
In terms of configuration, the RAX200 is equipped with a 64-bit 1.8GHz quad-core processor and an 800MHz quad-core coprocessor (the power consumption is actually not low, as can be seen from the active cooling fan and the large power adapter), responsible LAN-WAN data transmission can effectively free the main CPU to handle other tasks and improve performance. The machine is also equipped with 512MB flash memory and 1GB DDR3 memory, this configuration can be described as quite luxurious. RAX200 is also equipped with 2.5G/1G access ports, specially prepared for enthusiast gamers.
RAX200 supports one key to turn off the LED indicator. This function has basically become the standard configuration of current mid-to-high-end routers. Although it is minimal for energy saving, sometimes it is of practical value to avoid dazzling light after turning off the lights at night. RAX200 comes standard with a Category 5 network cable and power adapter. It would be better if a small WiFi jammer is included, so that I can play with the phone as I want. Because of the powerful performance and high frequency, the body heat dissipation is also a problem. The RAX200 has an active cooling fan on the top, which is still a bit noisy in operation, but don’t worry too much. After using it for a few days, I just turned it on. Later, I found that the fan was spinning wildly for a while, and I didn't notice it moved for a few days.