1310 Used as indoor AP's

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Jul 7th, 2010
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I have 2 1310's I want to use as indoor AP's for a handful of laptops and other nodes.  Do I need external antennas?  I have one of the configured to what I think is correct, but my laptop right beside the radio shows a very weak signal.  I have changed the channels but still a low signal.




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dancampb Wed, 07/07/2010 - 12:55
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There are two models of 1310's, one that has an integrated antenna and one that requires external antennas.  From the description it sounds like you need to add external antennas.

westcoastpc Wed, 07/07/2010 - 13:27
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thanks for the reply, I wasnt aware there are two version.  I just purchased Smart Net so I am going to call tech support.

External Antenna Configuration: Enable Disable
Antenna Gain(dB):  (-128 - 128)


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