- 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
“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…
With 4G/LTE services becoming very fast, it is now an option for people to use it as their primary internet connection. But in some cases download speeds are lower than expected (or advertised), due to poor signal from the cellular tower. By installing a fixed wireless solution (4G router and outdoor antenna), you can improve your download speed dramatically. With this article we are looking at the 4 major considerations when selecting an outdoor LTE antenna for a fixed wireless installation: Continue reading…
IP-Com are in the process of rolling out a new range of indoor and outdoor access points. The key changes over the previous model range include extra features such as load balancing, airtime fairness (so WiFi access is fairly distributed between connected clients) and higher client count.
The new Access Point range also comes with a clutch of new management/controller units which add some exciting new features like multiple SSID based captive portal (that means a different captive portal per SSID!), cascading controllers and cloud control – further details on the revised controller range to follow.
The new Access Point models currently launched are:
Bishop David Brown School is a mixed secondary school on the outskirts of Woking and with 575 students it is rapidly expanding. A refurbishment project was completed in August 2016. The refurbishment included an extension to provide two new classrooms, four new Science laboratories, two ICT room, a Textiles classroom as well as the refurbishment of ten English and Maths classrooms.
At the heart of the refurbishment was the requirement for a new WiFi system to replace an existing solution that was poorly performing and not meeting the teaching requirements for an ever expanding number of pupils whose IT requirements were becoming more intensive with new client devices being added to the network on a monthly basis. In addition to that there was also a requirement for outdoor WiFi to cover the external playing fields and gardens for Sports Days and other potential learning activities. Continue reading…