There are two access points of Cisco AIR-AP1142 (4dbi, 2.4GHz). Settle down at height of 12 meters and at distance of 36 meters from each other. Whether will cover access points a zone on the earth in between? And on what distance on the sides?
Anton: 12 meters is very high from my practice to put an indoor AP. If there are no barriers between them then the area between them should be covered with wireless signal. This is correct if the AP height is not too high (3 - 5 meters max). But with 12 meters in your situation I am not sure if it will cover horizontally as good as it is when it is close to the earth surface.
If there are barriers in between however, it depends on the barriers structure and type to decide if the area in between will be fully covered.
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