Welcome to the Cisco Support Community Ask the Expert conversation. This is an opportunity to learn and ask questions from Cisco expert Ron Hanson about the RF Gateway 1 (RFGW1) including installation, operation, configuration, and troubleshooting. He can also answer questions on how to analyze log entries, and screens that provide troubleshooting information as well as how to look for solutions to advanced issues.
Ron Hanson is a customer support engineer in the Technical Assistance Center, where he supports major RF Gateway 1 customers as part of the Service Providers Video team. He started working with the RF Gateway before its general release in 2008, and worked in the field on large Gateway deployments before joining product support. Hanson has been in the cable TV industry for 38 years. He previously spent 22 years at Scientific-Atlanta, which was acquired by Cisco in 2007. He holds two joint patents and is certified as a Cisco Optical Specialist.
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The US Navy is installing many Cisco LAP1524SB-A-K9 (5.8 and 2.4 GHz) WAPs on their ship topsides. I work for Lockheed Martin and we have been tasked to find locations for these WAPs and make sure their receiver components are not RF damaged by emissions from high power radar antennas. Can you provide me a maximum RF input power level (dBm) which must not be exceeded to avoid damaging the first RF components in the WAP receiver? Thanks
Unfortuanately my focus is just RF Gateway 1. As for support on Wireless products I would suggest calling the general TAC support number at 1-800-553-2447. They will be able to route your question to the proper group.
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