FRITZ!Repeater 3000: setting standardsThanks to its three radio units with intelligent Mesh technology, the FRITZ!Repeater 3000 enjoys an extended range and extremely high levels of data throughput in the wireless network. Data can be transmitted at up to 1,733 Mbit/s via the first 5 GHz band, up to 866 Mbit/s via the second 5 GHz band and 400 Mbit/s via the 2.4 GHz band. And they're able to run concurrently.
The two gigabit LAN ports mean even network-compatible devices can be connected in no time via LAN cable.
> Discover more Full WiFi power with the FRITZ!Repeater 2400The new FRITZ!Repeater 2400 will be making an equally strong appearance. With four antennas each in the 2.4 and 5 GHz bands, it spans a far-reaching WiFi network with a large range. This means it can reach a transfer rate of up to 2,333 MBit/s.
You can use the gigabit LAN port to connect network-compatible televisions or game consoles, for example. Powerful and compact: FRITZ!Repeater 1200The compact FRITZ!Repeater 1200 will also be celebrating its trade fair premiere. It increases the range of the wireless network quickly and easily. The peak speed can reach up to 866 Mbit/s on the 5-GHz band and up to 400 Mbit/s on the 2.4 GHz band.
A gigabit LAN port also ensures a strong network. The best things come in small packages: FRITZ!Repeater 600Curtains up for the smallest member of the family: The new FRITZ!Repeater 600 can take a bow, with strong wireless LAN and a compact design. With its four antennas, it can reach up to 600 Mbit/s on the 2.4 GHz band. Top features of the new FRITZ!RepeatersHow many LAN ports does the new FRITZ!Repeater 3000 have? Does the FRITZ!Repeater 1200 also have Mesh WiFi? Check out our overview to find out more about the new FRITZ!Repeater generation. MoreFRITZ!Box 7590 with high speeds thanks to supervectoringThanks to its support of 35b supervectoring, the FRITZ!Box 7590 is setting new standards. With this new DSL technology, download rates of up to 300 Mbit/s are possible.
The flagship router relies on high-speed wireless LAN with multi-user MIMO. State-of-the-art hardware architecture and the speediest port technologies make the FRITZ!Box 7590 an expert for the home network.
> Discover more The new FRITZ!Box 7583 for gigabit speed on the broadband connectionThe new FRITZ!Box 7583 is an all-round talent for VDSL connections. It supports G.fast and VDSL with 35b supervectoring. It can also combine the speeds offered by these DSL technologies to raise transmission rates. Depending on the provider, the new FRITZ!Box 7583 can be implemented in a variety of ways. Over short distances it can achieve up to 3 Gbit/s with G.fast, and download rates of 600 Mbit/s gross with 35b supervectoring. FRITZ!Box 6591 Cable with a breathtaking 6 Gbit/sThe new FRITZ!Box 6591 Cable is ready for when cable providers expand their gigabit networks. With 2 x 2 DOCSIS 3.1 channel bonding, it achieves top speeds of up to 6 Gbit/s downstream and 2 Gbit/s upstream. The FRITZ!Box is also backward compatible to DOCSIS 3.0. Mobile network and DSL concurrently with the FRITZ!Box 6890 LTEThe FRITZ!Box 6890 LTE offers fast internet via the mobile network or DSL with data rates of up to 300 Mbit/s. It can be used simultaneously on a DSL connection and via LTE, offering added security to users with particularly high demands when it comes to internet availability. With the appropriate mobile network and DSL tariff plans, gross data rates of up to 600 Mbit/s are possible.
> Discover more FRITZ!Box 5491 and FRITZ!Box 5490 for all common fiber optic connectionsBecause the new FRITZ!Box 5491 supports the passive fiber optic technology GPON, and the FRITZ!Box 5490 supports active point-to-point technology (AON), the FRITZ!Box can be deployed directly on all common fiber optic connections. Our stand at the MWCThe Mobile World Congress is open to trade visitors from 25 February to 28 February. You can experience our latest products and innovations live at our MWC stand. Feel free to approach our staff to find out more.
Come see us at the Fira de Barcelona in Hall 6.