antennas for 1242AG to run both A and G

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hi!

I want to run 802.11A for VoIP and 802.11G for data WLAN.

1. do I need a pair of antennas for 2.4g and another pair for 5g HZ? four of them?

2. does AP support dual-bands at the same time?

Correct Answer by scottmac about 7 years 12 months ago

1) Yes. You need at least one for each band. Two is better for most implementations, for signal diversity.


2) Yes. There are two independent radios in the case, they operate with complete independence.


Good Luck

Scott

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scottmac Fri, 06/05/2009 - 10:25
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1) Yes. You need at least one for each band. Two is better for most implementations, for signal diversity.


2) Yes. There are two independent radios in the case, they operate with complete independence.


Good Luck

Scott

Leo Laohoo Fri, 06/05/2009 - 17:42
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