I can install an access point AIR-AP1242AG-A-K9 AIR patch antenna with two-ANT2485P-R 8.5dBi gain in a stock of 5905,511 ft2 area (45ft x 40ft) and have excellent coverage inalamabrica?. I would like to install the antennas at the top to 3 meters high with a wooden stand and facing the floor.
I don't understand very well. I would like to put just two ap 1242ag-a-k9 in the site. It has a 1600 meters of area.
Think of your situation like this: You and your friend are out in a wide open space. You have a bullhorn and he doesn't. Let him go, say, 50 metres away. You talk normally but using a bullhorn. He can hear you, right? Now ask your friend to talk to you normally (not shouting). Can you hear him? I doubt. That's what it is. The 8.5 dBi antenna acts like a "bullhorn". So my answer is still the same: You will not get this to work because the WAP has a powerful antenna but your client doesn't.
Could you give some advice please, to deploy the access points and get an excelent cover with antennas that have a excelent features.
Get more WAPs and a wireless site survey. You can also test my recommendation by setting up the WAP, get a laptop and do a continuous ping. You will come to a point where the laptop will detect 5/5 signal strength but your ping drops constantly.
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