AIR-BR1310G-A-K9R Integrated Antenna

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Oct 31st, 2007

I have a couple of BR1310 with the integrated antenna. I am getting an extremely weak signal out of the antenna about a 70 DB loss sitting 10 feet away from the AP. Is there an IOS command to the enable the integrated antenna, I also opened one of the AP up and I did not see an antenna in the casing. Just curious if anyone has any insight?

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bcolvin Wed, 10/31/2007 - 20:03

THe reason there is no internal antenna is the model number you reference is for an 1310 with the remote antenna option. thats the R at the end.

this is the reference

Antenna Recommendations

•AIR-BR1310G-x-K9 has a single integrated antenna and is not configurable for antenna selection (diversity/left/right). The x represents your regulatory region.

•AIR-BR1310G-x-K9-R does not ship with an antenna because many different external antennas can be used with this product to cover various environments and applications. You must install one or two external antennas. The x represents your regulatory region. For additional information on antennas and accessories, refer to this URL:

-If two diversity antennas are installed, Cisco recommends that you configure Diversity for the antenna receive and antenna transmit settings.

-If only one antenna is installed, Cisco recommends that you connect it to the right RP-TNC antenna connector and that you configure Right (Primary) for the antenna receive and antenna transmit settings.

Here is the link to the document referenced above.


melcara Thu, 11/01/2007 - 11:57

Ahhh...well that makes sense...thanks for your help.


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