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AIR-LAP1310G-A-K9 & AIR-ANT3338

Dear All,

Can i use AIR-ANT3338 with AIR-BR1310G-A-K9-R?

if yes what range it will give me in typical university campus?

my purpose it to distribute internet on 2.4 GHz wireless for university students.

AIR-ANT3338 is directional or ominidirectional ?

thax in advance

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Re: AIR-LAP1310G-A-K9 & AIR-ANT3338

Yes, you can. AIR-ANT3338 is an outdoor long-range directional connections antenna and it has 21 dBi gain and 12.4? H 12.4? V beam width. Approximate range at 2 Mbps 25 miles (40 km). Approximate range at 11 Mbps for Access Point is 11.5 miles (18.5 km).

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Re: AIR-LAP1310G-A-K9 & AIR-ANT3338

Thank for you reply

you mean it will support the laptop clients to connect to AP from 11.5 miles and can access to the internet ???

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Re: AIR-LAP1310G-A-K9 & AIR-ANT3338

No, it will not support clients out anywhere near that far unless they also have one of these antenna's on their laptop. The gain of a client wireless card is very little.

Also, any clients that are close enough to the antenna will also have to be in the beam of the 3338 as it is a very confined beam width.

Seth

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Re: AIR-LAP1310G-A-K9 & AIR-ANT3338

Thanks seth

your suggetions are really helpful.

I have decided to use AIR-ANT24120 (Cisco Aironet 2.4-GHz, 12-dBi omnidirectional mast-mount antenna) with AIR-BR1310G-A-K9-R. this AP will be at central location and other AP AIR-BR1310G-A-K9 will connect to centralised AP with "bridge with client" configuration.

hope i am going in rt direction.

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Re: AIR-LAP1310G-A-K9 & AIR-ANT3338

Hi ghugerajesh1,

I was giving you a tech data for this antena. You could use it to bridge different building in the campus.

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Re: AIR-LAP1310G-A-K9 & AIR-ANT3338

OK Thanks

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