OK I walked into this huge warehouse and did not have the necessary tools to do the a site survey on such a space. I did get measurements though. So I am looking for insight as to what antennas i can use with the AP1200, and how many I might need for wireless 7920 coverage through out the warehouse.
first warehouse have the following dimensions:
Height = 80ft
Length = 200ft
Width = 180ft
Height = 30ft
Length = 80ft
Width = 80ft
what sort of wireless devices should i be looking at to deploy 7920 phones?
You can select the antenna the access point uses to receive and transmit data. There are three options for both the receive and the transmit antenna:
DiversityThis default setting tells the access point to use the antenna that receives the best signal. If your access point has two fixed (non-removeable) antennas, you should use this setting for both receive and transmit.
RightIf your access point has removeable antennas and you install a high-gain antenna on the access point's right connector, you should use this setting for both receive and transmit. When you look at the access point's back panel, the right antenna is on the right.
LeftIf your access point has removeable antennas and you install a high-gain antenna on the access point's left connector, you should use this setting for both receive and transmit. When you look at the access point's back panel, the left antenna is on the left.
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