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AP2602, AP3602 power levels

 

 

Are the maximum  power levels on the 2602 & 3602 a cumulative level from all the radio sets and is that why it is said to be 200mw (23dbm)?? or does each of the radios actually put out 200mW now?? Do they also factor in antenna gain?

I am trying to figure out if the test AP's in a site survey should be set to max power or half power (like we used to do with the older AP's that put out 50mW and which where also single stream).

 

thanks for the reply, so would you agree that site surveys should be done at half power for these new AP's? I am concerned that if done at full power the cell sizes will be too large and clients could develop one way comm. due to weaker client NIC's.

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It is based on per radioRefer

It is based on per radio

Refer "Configuring Radio Transmit Power" from

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/access_point/12-4_10b_JA/configuration/guide/scg12410b/scg12410b-chap6-radio.html#wp1209117

 

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It is based on per radioRefer

It is based on per radio

Refer "Configuring Radio Transmit Power" from

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/access_point/12-4_10b_JA/configuration/guide/scg12410b/scg12410b-chap6-radio.html#wp1209117

 

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