I am looking to order 350 Access-Points and Wireless Bridge but I am confused by the power options. The sites are small (5 802.11b users) so I do not need a switch (3524-PWR). Do I have to buy a Power Injector for both AP and bridge or can I power them via mains (not inline power).
Also can one AP support 5 users, I know it says 3 non-overlapping channels, does this mean that the bandwidth will reduce if all 5 access at the same time. Any assistance would really help.
The AP's I have installed already come with a power injector.
As to the bandwidth if you have the 5 users on the same AP you will have one fifth of the AP's bandwidth per user.
You can only take advantage from the 3 non-overlapping channels if you have more than one AP, thus configuring each one on a non-overlapping channel so that the AP's will not interfere with each others performance.
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