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- Powerline Ethernet adapters are intended only for situations where it is impossible or impractical to run an Ethernet cable between a device (printer, computer, game console, TV, etc.) and a network (usually a wired or wireless router with several wired Ethernet ports). The "wireless" of powerline Ethernet adapters only seems wireless to a degree because an Ethernet cable doesn't have to be run the entire length of the connection, but only between each powerline Ethernet adapter and whatever's on the other end (device or router) at that location. True "wireless" is between two antennas (cell phone to tower, laptop to router, etc.). More info may be found in my review.by MN1964Brain3/6/2015Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- no this is not for wireless this allows you to plug a cat 5 (ethernet cable) into the router, then into this device then plug it into the wall which broadcasts the internet over the power lines... you take the second device and plug it in another area of the house and then plug another cat 5 cable into it and then into your computer or router. it extends the internet across a house without having to run wires or drill holes in the walls.by thelocalgeek10/31/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?