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1310 AP/Bridge

I have 1310 Ap/Bridge with integraded antinna.

if we use it as outdoor point to pint bridge configuration. then what will be max distance at 54.

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Re: 1310 AP/Bridge

Hi ansar

we are not able to define exact distance at 54 Mbps bandwidth.because its depends on line of sight and variety of natural conditions.take the following senario

1310 with AIR_ANT 1949 ( External Antenna ) it will supports upto 4 Kms 35 to 40 Mbps of bandwidth.

regs

S.Mohana sundaram

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Re: 1310 AP/Bridge

In an environment without obstacles in the signal path, the maximum distance between

bridges depends primarily on the type of antennas and the free space loss between them.

Make sure your proposed mounting site is within range of the remote antenna. The bridge supports 54-Mbps data rates at distances of up to 0.6 mi (1 km) and 6 Mbps at distances up to 4.5mi (7.2 km) when using the integrated 13-dBi antennas on both bridges.

Outdoor bridge calculation utility:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/wireless/ps458/products_tech_note09186a008009459b.shtml

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