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¡ÚSignal coverage of Access Point mode in BR350

I know that two BR350(root and non-root) with ANT1949 can 3.3km distance communication.

But My doubt is if BR350 root mode is changed to Access Point mode and BR350 non-root mode is changed to repeater mode , It is still

available 3.3 Km distance communication with same ANT 1949?

addtional, I want to know there is portable battery for AP or BR power product?

I think the portable batter is very useful site-surveying without concerning where is 110V or 220V power outlet.

Cisco Employee

Re: ¡ÚSignal coverage of Access Point mode in BR350

If you put bridge in AP mode , you should be able to associate any client in 1mile range . It may work longer but It may not be supported topology .

There is no portable battery for AP and bridge . It is good idea .


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Re: ¡ÚSignal coverage of Access Point mode in BR350

Here is a handy portable battery for use with your BR350. Provides in-line power. You can also get a mounting bracket which is handy for site suveys conducted inside - you can mount the AP/BR and battery together along with a safety chain to hang it from beams.

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Re: ¡ÚSignal coverage of Access Point mode in BR350

An AP normally need 48 Volts. Testing for battary supply it looks the acces point starts up above 17 Volt. I took a UPS with 2 x 12 V internal battary and routed this 24 Volt to an RJ45 plug providing power on pin 4,5 minus and 7,8 plus. A second RJ45 was wired with cross ethernet (1,2 to 3,6) This for connecting my notebook for manage and testing. This works fine (AP350 & AP1200 tested).

The battary pack suggested (12 volts) will not function. Also in a site survey document a 6 volt battary is suggested, this also will not work.

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