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AP-ANT-1B & AP-ANT-1F

i will get AP-134 , when to use AP-ANT-1B & when to use AP-ANT-1F ?

 

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Re: AP-ANT-1B & AP-ANT-1F

The only difference between the two is that the AP-ANT-1F has a cellular interference filter.



Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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Re: AP-ANT-1B & AP-ANT-1F

True, but as a result the gain of the -1F antenna is a bit lower. For typical deployments (especially with the AP-13x which is less sensitive to the issue than Ap-9x or AP-10x) I would recommend using -1B. If the expected interference from cellular systems is quite high (AP's positioned within a coupld of m of cellular transmitters/antennas), -1F would be the better choice.

 

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/Onno

/Onno
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Re: AP-ANT-1B & AP-ANT-1F

Hi Joseph,

Can you please explain more on it

The only difference between the two is that the AP-ANT-1F has a cellular interference filter.
Thanks & Regards
Syed Murad Ali
ACMP ACMA CCNA
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Re: AP-ANT-1B & AP-ANT-1F


syedmuradali wrote:
Hi Joseph,

Can you please explain more on it

The only difference between the two is that the AP-ANT-1F has a cellular interference filter.

AP-ANT-1F has a cellular interference filter and the AP-ANT-1B does not.

 



Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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Re: AP-ANT-1B & AP-ANT-1F

Filter specs are included in the -1F datasheet

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