- Dual-band WiFi Router
- 2.4Ghz (300Mbps) + 5Ghz (867Mbps)
- 1 x WAN FE port / 3 x LAN FE port
- Beamforming+ Intelligent technology
- 4 x 5dBi fixed HG antennas
- Smart power saving technology
- Dual Band 2.4Ghz and 5GHz
- 9dBi gain at 2.4GHz band and 11dBi gain at the 5GHz band
- 4X4 MiMo
- Robust antenna
- Water resistant
See the EnGenius case study which shows how a high-profile sports photographer uses Long range wireless access points to gain the competitive edge.
Richard Mackson is an award winning sports photographer, inventor and entrepreneur whose career has spanned over 40 years and taken him around the globe. He has photographed World Cup Soccer, fourteen Olympic Games, Rose Bowls, Kentucky Derbies, NCAA Final Fours, BCS Championships, NBA Championships, Super Bowls, Stanley Cups, and countless other national and international sporting events for many of the country’s largest national sports, news and entertainment publications.
IT@Spectrum has over 30 years of experience helping clients by providing innovative solutions to print more efficiently and automate business processes. As a Canon Premier Partner they market to organisations of all sizes in particular to the Education and Legal sectors.
Why IT@Spectrum needed a wireless solution
Early 2015 IT@Spectrum moved from a traditional on premise telephone system to a cloud based Voice over IP telephone system, using network connected handsets and App based clients on managers’ iPhones. Moving to VOIP clients installed on mobile phones has shown that the current wireless solution does not have enough coverage across the building, so an alternative solution needed to be sourced.
With an imminent building move they also needed to consider a solution that was scalable to suit then and after the move. Continue reading…
“I hope you can assist me. I have an XPOL-006 antenna that I need to install. From the specifications on the website I see the band, dbi as well as that it is directional. I am about 300m from my nearest cell tower with a high rise building in the middle.” Continue reading…