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AP-314 provisioning with AP-ANT-20W

Hi,

 

I have some questions on provisioning for ap-314 with four AP-ANT-20W .

cannot find solution on datasheet or from the Internet.

mobility controler 6.5.4.10

I try the AP wizard , but no ANT-20W in the list of antenna.

so in the provision page for an AP314 : 

ap installation mode : indoor

external antenna Gain, 5GHz : 0.0 ?  2.4GHz : 0.0 ?

external antenna Polarization  5GHz and 2.4GHZ :

0-CO-Polarized or 1-Cross-Polarized  ?

 

if someone can tell me what values and choice made for this antenna model , it will be great :)

 

for record , from the matrix-antenna :

 

Type   Dual-band omni, direct mount

BAND(S) 2.400 GHz - 2.500 GHz     4.900 GHz - 5.875 GHz

PEAK GAIN          2.0 dBi                        2.0 dBi

POLARIZATION & ELEMENT TYPE  Linear, vertical. Omnidirectional patterns at all frequencies

BEAMWIDTH (DEGREES)  360 (H-plane) 80 (E-plane)

VSWR < 2.0 :  1

MAX INPUT POWER     2 watts

 

regards,

 

 

 

Aruba

Re: AP-314 provisioning with AP-ANT-20W

Gain for provisioning can be copied from the matrix or antenna datasheet.

Assuming will be co-polarized when deployed correctly (all parallel).

/Onno
Occasional Contributor II

Re: AP-314 provisioning with AP-ANT-20W

Hi,

 

Thanks a lot for the answers. 

 

What if the antenna are moved from parallel to all directions  ?

 

explanations :

we install parallel but in a warehouse and sometime (even at +12meter from the ground ) a good pallet can touch the antennas and set them in all directions.

 

Regards

Aruba

Re: AP-314 provisioning with AP-ANT-20W

Then your coverage areas get messed up, and you will see reduced MIMO performance and throughput.

/Onno
Occasional Contributor II

Re: AP-314 provisioning with AP-ANT-20W

ok .

thanks a lot for quick and clear answers.

 

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