I am in the process of designing a Wireless solution to connect 2 separate buildings that are hard to wire. In the design, I have a central building that will home all of the networking devices including, wireless bridge, and the gateway. This is the building where I will put the central bridge and a directional antanna. My question is, how should I connect the other 2 buildings to this central building?
Would it be with one cental bridge and antanaa to connect the other 2 buildings (P2MP)? Would this allow full-duplex for each connection?
Would it be with 2 cental bridges and 2 directional antannas to connect to the 2 separate buildings (P-to-P) to allow full-duplex for each connection?
First whether you have two roots with separate links to each building or or one root for both non-roots will be determined by the bandwidth required over the links. The other consideration is will both non-root AP's be covered by a single directional antenna.
Second the Cisco 1200, 1300 and 1400 AP radios all operate in half-duplex mode.
Yes there are Proxim.com has several models that will probably meet your requirements. there are also other manufactures of theis equipment a web search should find them. just remember these products are ususlly much more expensive than the Cisco 2.4 and 5.8 products but they do offer 100mbit full duplex.
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