802.11ac Wave 2 4x4:4
PHY data rate up to 3.33 Gbps
Patented Antenna Technology to provide long-range coverage and capacity
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Everest Networks' AP1004UNe is a high-capacity 802.11ac Wave-2 4x4:4 outdoor-rated access point built for deployments with the highest number of users, most demanding Wi-Fi usage, in the harshest environments. With state-of-the-art advanced RF and antenna features, the AP1004UNe is a proven performer providing long- to very long-range coverage in venues such as stadiums, arenas, convention centers, and campuses, within solutions delivering the highest user engagement, fastest throughput, and the lowest TCO
• Concurrent quad-radio 802.11ac Wave 2 4x4:4
• PHY data rate up to 3.33 Gbps
• Theoretical max number of devices: 2,000
• Recommended max number of devices: 1,000+
• 200+ simultaneous active devices per AP
• 5 Gbps backhaul provided by 2 x 2.5G PoE+ Ethernet ports
• Internal high-gain antennas
• Highly-directional and ultra-narrow beams
• Patented antenna beam-forming and shaping technology::
- 2.4GHz → various patterns: 60° x 30°, 110° x 30°
- 5GHz → various patterns: 15 ̊ x 15 ̊, 30 ̊ x 30 ̊, 30 ̊ x 45 ̊
• 5GHz (2 radios) → 2x2:2SS for 2x2 SU-MIMO devices per radio
• 2.4/5GHz (2 radios) → 4x4:4SS for:
- 4x4 SU-MIMO devices per radio
- Up to 3 concurrent MU-MIMO devices per radio (5 GHz)
• Polarization diversity for efficient MIMO and MU-MIMO
• IP67 rated for outdoor and industrial indoor environments
The AP1004UNe leverages the combined power of four radios: one 2.4 GHz and one 5 GHz radio operate in 4x4:4SS mode while two additional 5 GHz radios operate in 2x2:2SS mode, for a total of 12 parallel spatial streams.
In addition, dual 2.5 Gbps Ethernet ports provide up to 5 Gbps of wired backhaul. The AP1004UNe features a patented design and system architecture enabling concurrent quad-radio operation without impacting the 2.4GHz radio’s performance for best-in-class aggregate PHY throughput of 3.33 Gbps. In addition, the patented design does not compromise RF performance and radio coverage, making the AP1004UNe amenable to many different deployment venues.
The AP1004UNe is IP67-rated, designed and tested for salt spray, vibration, extreme thermal conditions, shock, and dust. This allows the 1004UNe to operate in the toughest environments. A compliment of mounting brackets and accessories ensures that these APs are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also quick to deploy.
The AP1004UNe has a patented, fully-integrated, software-adjustable, high-gain antenna system with the following characteristics: band-optimized, very tightly- controlled radiation patterns with low side-lobe levels, polarization and pattern diversity, as well as beam angle and shape reconfigurability. Band-optimized antennas are particularly important for directional antennas to control side-lobe levels and maximize gain over the entire spectrum; polarization and pattern diversity provide enhanced MIMO and MU-MIMO operation; beam angle and shape reconfigurability enable focusing energy to various spatial sectors for RF zone control and shaping, and interference management. The AP1004UNe’s high- gain antennas and highly-directional beams enable coverages from long-range distances, achieving well-confined service areas while enhancing client performances simultaneously.
Upon power-up, the AP1004UNe is auto-discovered by Everest’s WLAN controller which performs AP verification and authorization before commencing data transfer. Once authorized, updated firmware and AP configuration are downloaded in a secured and controlled tunnel for an efficient and fast bring-up and operation.
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