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Is there any Cisco Access Point working at 4.9GHz?

Hi All,

We are looking for some AP which can work at 4.9GHz. Which cisco model is for this spectrum? Thanks!! It's inside use.

Lou

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Re: Is there any Cisco Access Point working at 4.9GHz?

It looks like the Cisco Aironet 1524PS series can run at 4.9 GHz. It's specifies outside but perhaps it can help?

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/wireless/ps5679/ps8368/data_sheet_c78-532987.html

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Re: Is there any Cisco Access Point working at 4.9GHz?

Thanks a lot. 1520 is outdoor. I'm sure I can use it indoor but is there any indoor 4.9GHz AP?

Lou

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Re: Is there any Cisco Access Point working at 4.9GHz?

What are planning to do?  4.9Ghz frequency band is for public safety applications.

The Cisco® 3202 Wireless Mobile Interface Card (WMIC) for the Cisco 3200 Series Rugged Integrated Services Routers (ISR) provides integrated, wireless WAN or LAN capabilities in the licensed 4.9-GHz frequency band. Designed in the same ruggedized, compact PC/104-Plus form factor as the other Cisco 3200 Series interface cards, the 4.9-GHz WMIC provides licensed, broadband communications between first responder vehicles and outdoor wireless infrastructure supporting 4.9-GHz technology. The Cisco 3202 WMIC can also create a wireless hotspot in and around a mobile network, allowing public safety officials to roam from their vehicles while remaining connected to mission-critical applications.

Cisco 3202 4.9-GHz Wireless Mobile Interface Card

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/routers/ps272/product_data_sheet0900aecd802d81bb.html

I hope this is what you are looking for.

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Re: Is there any Cisco Access Point working at 4.9GHz?

We are eligible to use public safety band. :-) This 3200 ISR is overkill for our needs. I just needs a normal AP without other capability. Outdoor 1520 maybe fine. Thanks for the help.

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