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EP
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IAP-104 vs IAP 134 both using ANT-17

Hello's

 

I'm looking to connect three buildings together creating a point to multipoint. In addition, I would like to provide client access in the space between the buildings. Building didstance is approx 300 feet from the main building and the two remote buildings are adjacent to each other, approx 70 feet apart.

Besides the higher theoritcal bandwidth the 134 would get me, is there any other advantage the 134 has over the 104 if they were both using the external ANT-17 antenna?

 

Thanks for your time,

Andrew

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Re: IAP-104 vs IAP 134 both using ANT-17

I don't think there is much in it, apart for the fact you'd need 2 antennas if you use the 104.


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EP
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Re: IAP-104 vs IAP 134 both using ANT-17

Thanks much for your response.

Andrew

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Registered: ‎05-31-2007

Re: IAP-104 vs IAP 134 both using ANT-17

Also consider the new AP-114 for this application, provides you with the higher throughput of 3 stream 802.11n, with a price point in-between the AP-104 and AP-134.


JF

EP
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Re: IAP-104 vs IAP 134 both using ANT-17

JF,

Thanks for your response. What is the difference between the 114 and the 134? I was looking at both datasheets and can't quite pick out why the 134 would be more pricier than the 114?

Also for the 114, could I also use a single ap-ANT-17 antenna on all three AP's (as opposed to two on the 104) and provide client access and point to multipoint connectivity?

 

Thanks much,

Andrew

 

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