Hawking HWRN1A Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Router

First Look at the HWRN1A Router

Still using one of those older 802.11G or even 802.11b routers? As demand for networking bandwidth increases, 802.11N is becoming more popular. Today we’ll be looking at one such upgrade option offered by well-known networking provider, Hawking Technology: the Hawking HWRN1A Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Router. Have they finally made wireless routers plug-in-play, or will you need to mess around a bunch of connection settings?  We’re here to answer that question in this review.
About Hawking Technology:
Check out their website- www.hawkingtech.com
Hawking Technology, Inc., located in Irvine, California, is a leading manufacturer and marketer of connectivity solutions for home, workgroup, and corporate users around the world.
Backed by over 15 years of experience in the Networking industry, Hawking is committed to creating and developing innovative ways to make networking easier, faster and more carefree for everyone.
Hawking Technologies develops a wide variety of wired and wireless Networking solutions to enable quick and easy sharing of broadband access, data, and devices for your home or your business. Hawking’s product lines encompass over 100 high-performance products, ranging from routers, network adapters, print servers, switches, modems, and network cameras to essential accessories for all your networking needs.
Hawking Technologies has worldwide headquarters in Irvine, California and satellite offices located in Canada and The Netherlands. Backed by extensive networking design and manufacturing expertise, Hawking concentrates its core business on a single premise: building quality products that are easy to use and connect anyone, anywhere.
·         Great for sharing Music, Movies and Data Files between your home computers
·         Works great with Airport Extreme and Airport Wireless Cards
·         Ultra Fast Data Transfer speeds and Superior Wireless Range using Hi-Gain™ Technology
·         Easy Installation Using the Mac and PC Setup Wizard
·         Instantly Share your Internet Access
System Requirements:
·         Computer (Mac or PC) with 200MHz or faster processor with CD-Rom
·         Internet Web Browser (Internet Explorer 4.0 or better, Safari, Mozilla, etc…)
·         802.11n, 802.11b, 802.11g, Airport Card, Airport Extreme Card or wired network adapter with TCP/IP Protocol Installed
·         Compatible Broadband Internet Service
  • Network Specifications:
–          IEEE 802.11b/g/n Modulation
    • 11b:DSSS with CCK, QPSK, BPSK
    • 11g:OFDM with 64QAM, 16QAM
    • 11n:OFDM with 64QAM, 16QAM, QPSK, BPSK
  • Transfer Rate
    • 11b:1/2/5.5/11M
    • 11g:6/9/12/18/24/39/48/54M
    • 11n (20MHz):MCS 0-15 (up to 150Mbps)
    • 11n (40MHz):MCS 0-15 (up to 300Mbps)
  • Operating Frequency
    • 2.4~2.4835 GHz
  • Security
    • 64/128-bit WEP Data Encryption, WPA-PSK, (TKIP, AES), WPA2-PSK(TKIP, AES), Radius Server
  • Antenna
    • 3dBi Dipole Hi-Gain Antenna x 3
  • Power
    • 12V DC
The product:
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The Hawking HWRN1A Wireless Router arrived well-packaged in a large cardboard box. The front of the package displayed a nice picture of the router, and the rear of the package provided a list of features and a couple of easy-to-read diagrams of network setups.
One thing that Hawking highlights with this router is the ability to expand or upgrade the antennas using their Hi-Gain series of antennas. This is great especially if you live in a multi-story house or use your network outdoors, as this can easily expand the range of your network.
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Opening the package, we find the contents securely contained via several cardboard inserts. Along with the router itself, the package comes with an Ethernet cable, 3 removable antennas, mounting hardware, an installation CD, and a quick-start guide.

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