I am looking for a 802.11mc enabled access point. We can experiment with Android-P and enabled phones, but I struggle to find an access point to test it with. Any ideas, please?
Take a look at this from compulab:
This evaluation kit has both Responders (access point) and mobile device - but they can quote for individual items.
Hopefully Aruba access points will support 802.11mc soon...
With 8.6.x AP-51x and AP-50x are 802.11mc capable. More to come...
ArubaOS 8.6 documentation shows how to enable FTM responder mode in current hardware.
Only 510 series with ArubaOS 8.6 are listed, although other 5xx access points have been mentioned to me.
I think ArubaOS 8.6 was released on 17th November - that's the date of the published release notes.
Thanks for the update and keeping the thread alive :)
802.11az is not approved by the ieee, as of yet: http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/11/Reports/802.11_Timelines.htm#tgaz
Now we have 802.11az which is an new brother of 802.11mc . When we can expect aruba support for the standards ?
Really? I don't see it on Aruba's Wireless Update, Fall 2019
Can I safely add this information to the list on my web page
Which Wifi access points support the IEEE 802.11-2016 FTM RTT protocol?)
(I have not seen any APs "in the wild" with Aruba OUI that respond, so far)
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