The Ubiquiti Networks AmpliFi HD Home WiFi System is one of the easiest ways to reliably fill a home with Wi-Fi.
AmpliFi is more than a common home router: it’s the ultimate WiFi system. With turbocharged 802.11ac WiFi, AmpliFi utilizes multiple self-configuring radios and advanced antenna technology to bring ubiquitous Wi-Fi coverage to any home.
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Forget about trying to cover your home with a single router. AmpliFi HD uses a router and a pair of included extenders to fill every nook and cranny of your home with a mesh WiFi network. The devices are perfect for midsize to large homes, look cool and are quick to set up. The mesh network it builds provides good coverage with just two nodes (access points) but more can be added wherever dead spots need coverage. Clients (mobile devices) are automatically steered to the strongest access point, whether that be the router or one of the mesh nodes.
The AmpliFi HD router design is like no other on this planet. The 3.9-inch white cube has neither switches nor external antennas, and it looks more like an alarm clock than a piece of networking gear. In fact, it’s so nice-looking that you don’t need to hide it. Based on 3×3 MIMO technology, the AmpliFi HD is a high-performance router that includes two matching wireless extenders, or mesh points. The matching AmpliFi HD extenders plug directly into an AC outlet, connect wirelessly and have discreet LED signal-strength meters. An ingenious magnetic ball-and-socket design lets you aim the powered antenna at a variety of angles to boost reception. With the ability to move three concurrent streams of data, the AmpliFi HD router uses beamforming to tailor transmissions to a connecting device’s needs.