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TP Link Archer A9 AC1900 Wireless MU-MIMO Gigabit Router

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TP-Link Archer A9 is TP-Link latest mid range wireless router with updated hardware for better performance and coverage. Regardless of looking very similar to the TP-Link Archer A7, TP-Link Archer A9 is a significantly improved wireless router with upgraded hardware and components.

TP Link Archer A9 Router Feature:

802.11 ac Wave2 Wi-Fi-– 600 Mbps at 2.4 GHz and 1300 Mbps at 5 GHz band.
MU-MIMO— 3 simultaneous data streams let your devices achieve optimal performance by making communication more efficient.
Boosted Wi-Fi Coverage— Beamforming technology delivers a highly efficient wireless connection.
Security Assurance— Advanced features as if Parental Controls, Guest Network, and Access Control offer strong guarantee for Wi-Fi Security.
Intelligent Connection— Smart Connect directs clients to the less congested band and Airtime Fairness optimizes the time usage.

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TP Link Archer A9 Router Spec:

Standards Wi-Fi 5
IEEE 802.11ac/n/a 5 GHz
IEEE 802.11n/b/g 2.4 GHz
WiFi Speeds AC1900
5 GHz: 1300 Mbps (802.11ac)
2.4 GHz: 600 Mbps (802.11n)
WiFi Range 3 Bedroom Houses
4× Fixed High-Performance Antennas (External and Internal)
Multiple antennas form a signal-boosting array to cover more directions and large areasBeamforming
Concentrates wireless signal strength towards clients to expand WiFi range
WiFi Capacity Medium
Dual-Band
Allocate devices to different bands for optimal performance3×3 MU-MIMO
Simultaneously communicates with multiple MU-MIMO clients
Processor Single-Core CPU
Ethernet Ports 1 × Gigabit WAN Port
4 × Gigabit LAN Ports
WiFi Encryption WEP
WPA
WPA2
WPA/WPA2-Enterprise (802.1x)
Guest Network 1× 5 GHz Guest Network
1× 2.4 GHz Guest Network
Package Contents Wi-Fi Router Archer A9
Power Adapter
RJ45 Ethernet Cable
Quick Installation Guide
WiFi Transmission Power CE:
<20dBm(2.4GHz)
<23dBm(5GHz)
FCC:
<30dBm(2.4GHz & 5GHz)

TP-Link AC1900 Archer A9 - Unboxing Test

 

TP Link Archer A9 Router Review:

Wired LAN Speed
We used Ookla’s Speedtest.net to test the max speed the router can handle on our 1 Gigabit Internet connection. This is tested via a wired Ethernet cable. TP-Link Archer A9 can support as high as 941Mbps which is the maximum speed possible on Gigabit Ethernet connection.

WiFi Speed
We tested the WiFi speed of the TP Link Archer A9 by running speedtest with Ookla’s Speedtest.net on our Macbook Pro with an AC1200 wireless receiver. Most devices in the market only support up to AC1200 receiver and AC1200 receivers will peak at about 600Mbps. We will be testing the speed at 2 distances from the wireless router. The far distance will be over 7 meters with a wall in between.

TP-Link Archer A9 features truly good WiFi speed on the 5Ghz band. We are getting way more than 600Mbps on the close distance test. When it comes to longer distances, it is still receiving a really impressive 482Mbps. Do figure that this is from a router less than RM500.

We can see the combination of newer hardware and the inclusion of Beamforming actually make a difference in performance. The TP Link Archer A9 router is definitely an A+ for the 5Ghz performance in this range. The WiFi coverage is slightly stronger than the TP-Link Archer A7 also.

TP Link Archer A9 AC1900 Wireless MU-MIMO Router

Final:
TP-Link Archer A9 is a great WiFi router with good performance and decent WiFi coverage. We highly recommend this router to those finding an affordable WiFi router that performs decently. TP Link Archer A9 is our favorite mid-range wireless router currently thanks to its affordable price point and good performance.

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1 review for TP Link Archer A9 AC1900 Wireless MU-MIMO Gigabit Router

  1. homas

    I have typically changed ISPs every year or two when they jack up the introductory rates. Each time it is necessary to change passwords on every wireless device and set up a new router with port forwarding, DDNS, etc. The last straw was when I was recently denied access to my ISP’s router settings because of their “maintenance”. So I decided to get my own router to end that nuisance and meddling. I don’t need more speed than required for 2-3 HD video streams, so at less than $100, the TP-Link AC1900 Archer A9 seemed attractive.

    So in a week the router has been configured without problems for about 5 wired (with an ethernet switch) and 5 wireless devices, including two slingboxes and an industrial temperature monitoring computer requiring static routing and port forwarding with DDNS service. (TP-Link provides its own free dynamic DNS service or for use of NO-IP or DynDNS.) There is a downloadable 112 page user manual with live indexing that seems easy to use, although I’ve barely touched on topics like VPN and remote management. I do not even know what MIMO may be useful for yet.
    I have confirmed that the router’s WPS button works for easily connecting my wireless printer; and that it also turns the wireless signal off/on if it is pressed more than momentarily.

    The router’s 2.4 GB wireless signal is more than adequate for my house and yard. My Dell laptop speed tests at 20-25 mbps max up/down in most places up to 25 feet away in the house and 50 feet away in the yard when the signal is set to “medium” strength. At 100 feet from the house the signal dropped to about 3 down, 6 up or 12 down, 12 up depending on laptop orientation. On “high” strength the poor orientation values doubled. Similar low speed tests and laptop orientation effects were noted in a bathroom separated from the router by twelve feet and six one inch thick plaster wall layers. In no case would I expect problems streaming a video.

    My hardwired computer speed tests at 200 Mbps down, 35 up, which is what my ISP provides, so I cannot comment on higher speed results. Nor have I needed any tech support. The router does all that I require, is reasonably priced and has the unexpected bonus of its own free DDNS service.

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