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Does Cisco 1552x outdoor AP have a height limitation?

Customer wants to place a single 1552E to cover a particular area in his campus, and it will be placed on a tower, and the question is concerning the height. I can not find any particular height limitation such as 5 meters, 10 meters, etc. I understand this will influence the sign propagation as well as throughtput to the users, but can not find a matrix or a best practice guide for that.

Any ideas?

Thanks!

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Re: Does Cisco 1552x outdoor AP have a height limitation?

I remember something a couple years ago that 30' should be your max and minimum is 15'. I would think that a street lamp would be a good gauge.

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Scott Fella

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Re: Does Cisco 1552x outdoor AP have a height limitation?

I remember something a couple years ago that 30' should be your max and minimum is 15'. I would think that a street lamp would be a good gauge.

Thanks,

Scott Fella

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-Scott
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Hi Scott, 

Hi Scott, 

What is the best recommended height of mounting an 1552 outdoor AP  in your opinion?

As always, appreciate your valuable responses. 

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