Smartphone, tablet, and PC manufacturers have already started positioning themselves in relation to Wi-Fi 6. The first cell phone with this support was released in 2019, and since then, numerous manufacturers have joined this trend. Sooner or later the technology will...
W2022ac-ext MU-MIMO WLAN Access Point
- 802.11ac/Wi-Fi 5 access point with MU-MIMO
- 867Mbps @ 5GHz and 400Mbps * @ 2.4GHz
- Simultaneous operation in the 2.4 and 5 GHz band
- Flexible management solutions
- Easiest ceiling mounting on system ceilings
The bintec W2022ac-ext is an access point based on the latest 802.11ac that supports MU-MIMO. This allows single-antenna mobile devices to optimize all the transmission streams of the access point and doubles the quantity of devices simultaneously connected compared to 802.11ac first-generation. Older devices can still connect thanks to WPA3 /2 mode.When it comes to installation, this is child's play using the WLAN-Controller integrated in almost all CIT Routers or benefiting from the new SD-WAN solution be.SDx. W2022ac-ext has external antennas to optimize direction of the radio signal within the environment.
802.11ac/Wi-Fi 5 MU-MIMO
Supporting many concurrent users with good performance
Simple, efficient administration
Web configuration (http/https), CAPWAP support from WLAN Controller in Teldat router, CNMv5.1 support
Ceiling mount kit, Powered over PoE IEEE 802.3af, compatible with 802.3at PoE injectors
The bintec W2022ac-ext is an access point based on the latest 802.11ac MU-MIMO that allows single-antenna mobile devices to use all the transmission streams of the access point. Compared to 802.11ac first-generation APs, which supports only SU-MIMO, twice as many mobile devices can connect to the W2022ac-ext without sacrificing performance. Equipped with two Gigabit LAN interfaces and two optimized single-band antennas per radio module. It includes airtime fairness and client band select to 5GHz. Supports 20/40/80 MHz channels, beamforming, MRC, Block-Acknowlegde, STBC and LDPC. Regarding worth-mentioning security and functionality methods, it supports WPA3-Personal, WPA3-Enterprise, WPA3/2 mode and secure Opportunistic Wireless Encryption method (OWE), among other legacy methods such us short guard interval, ACLs and WIPS/WIDS. The W2022ac-ext can operate as a standalone AP or be managed by a Teldat router (WLC) or the new SD-WAN beSDx
The bintec W2022a-extc is an access point based on the latest 802.11ac standard and supports MU-MIMO. This allows single-antenna mobile devices to use all the transmission streams of the access point and twice as many mobile connections compared to 802.11ac first-generation without sacrificing performance.
Functionality and security methods; WPA3-Personal & WPA3-Enterprise, older device compatibility with WPA3 /2 mode, secure Opportunistic Wireless Encryption method (OWE) for guest networks and public HotSpots.
Since a WLAN-Controller is integrated in CIT Routers, the installation becomes child's play. In addition, the bintec W2022ac-ext is ready for the new SD-WAN solution be.SDx.
Ceiling mount accessory available for suspended system ceilings or direct mounting on wood or concrete. Not necessary for mounting on the wall.
Five-year warranty on the hardware of the bintec W2022ac-ext.
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