Changes between Version 22 and Version 23 of expansion/mezzanine


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08/13/2019 07:37:21 PM (3 years ago)
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Ron Eisworth
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    9292== Newport Family Multi-Radio Access Point Example ==
    93 As WiFi has become an essential component of the communications infrastructure there are many applications that can take advantage of high radio count access points. Below is a brief list of benefits and advantages of high radio count access points:
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    95 * Provide dedicated private and public radios on different frequency bands.
    96 * Support 2.4G, 4.9G (public safety) and 5.8G bands simultaneously.
    97 * Allows use of multiple radios with sectored antennas (ie. 45 degree x 8 radios) to increase both transmit and receive ranges. Note that using a high power radio only increases the transmit range so this doesn't provide any benefit when talking to standard clients (ie. cellphones, tablets, etc.).
    98 * Monitor WiFi traffic on multiple channels/frequencies simultaneously.
    99 * Mesh networks with dedicated front & back hauls for increased performance.
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     95WiFi has become an essential component to the communications infrastructure and there are many applications that can take advantage of high radio count access points. Below is a brief list of these applications:
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     97* Provide dedicated private and open public networks on different frequency bands.
     98* Support 2.4G, 4.9G (public safety), 5.8G and other bands simultaneously.
     99* Utilize multiple radios with sectored antennas (ie. 45 degree antenna x 8 radios) to increase both transmit and receive ranges. Note that using a high power radio only increases the transmit range so this doesn't provide any benefit when talking to standard clients (ie. cellphones, tablets, etc.). A high gain antenna amplifies both when transmitting and receiving. 
     100* WiFi monitor/sniffer applications covering multiple channels/frequencies simultaneously.
     101* Mesh networks with dedicated front & back hauls for increased performance.
     102* Full featured APs with a combination of WiFi, cellular, satellite and other wireless technologies.
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