The WAP38DC is a series of new-generation 802.11n-based high-performance gigabit wireless access points launched by Amer Networks. The WAP38DC is a series of high-rate wireless APs preferred in various application environments for purposes such as campus WLAN access, campus coverage, and operators’ hot spot coverage. It provides a wireless access rate equivalent to at least six times the rate available on a conventional 802.11a/b/g network, and offers wider coverage. The WAP38DC uses GE ports as its uplink ports for access, which break through the limitations of FE ports and enable wireless multimedia applications to run smoothly.
The WAP38DC operates in a 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz band and employs technologies such as multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) and orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM), providing a data transmission rate of 300 Mbps per channel and 600 Mbps per dual channel.
Featuring flexible installation, the WAP38DC can be installed on the wall, desk top, or ceiling mounted. The WAP38DC supports both local power supply and power over Ethernet (PoE), which may be selected by customers to adapt to their onsite power environments.
The WAP38DC can be used in stand alone mode, or with a Wireless Controller, the WS6002. This allow you to future proof your wireless network, and migrate to a controller solution, when the number of access points warrants it.
While completely taking into consideration important factors, such as wireless network security, radio frequency (RF) control, mobile access, quality of service (QoS) guarantee, and seamless roaming, the WAP38DC may be used with the WS6002 to perform data forwarding, security, and access control of wireless users.
The WAP38DC is a powerfully stand alone access point, but when combined with the WS6002, it becomes a true enterprise level central management solution.
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