It’s a bridge because it bridges wired users to wireless. This is also known as a client bridge. A repeater is also a client bridge, but it ADDS an AP of its own so that you can include wireless clients at that same bridge. Of course, you can always configure your own repeater if you have a client bridge by using another AP (e.g., a second router). In fact, it’s more efficient this way because you can use a different freq for the repeater's AP than the one used on the primary router. Throughput actually DOUBLES.
So it's better than I actually keep this device although my Android TV already has WiFi built in because it will use a different frequency in which it will double it's speed?
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