Triple Indoor 2x2

Indoor Access Point with Concurrent Triple Radio 802.11ac Wave 2x2:2 with PHY rate up to 2.134 Gbps
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Model: AP300 | Data Sheet

Concurrent triple-radio 802.11ac Wave 2x2:2 with PHY rate up to 2.134 Gbps

High-performance internal antennas

Up to 50 Clients
Roaming & Load Balancing

Triple-Radio 802.11ac Wave 2 2x2:2 Indoor Access Point

The AP300 compliments Everest Networks industry-leading ultra-high density (UHD) Wi-Fi platform, ensuring you have all the tools to optimize the network both in performance and cost


• Concurrent triple-radio 802.11ac Wave 2x2:2

• PHY rate up to 2.134 Gbps

• Up to 50 associated devices per AP

• 1 Gbps backhaul: 2x 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports

• High performance internal antenna design

• Integrated ceiling mount & wall mount

• Enhanced multiple security features

Dual Indoor 2x2 UHD Access Point by Everest Networks

A complementary component of the Everest platform is the Triple Indoor 2x2:2 AP300, an indoor-rated, low-capacity access point (AP) primarily employed for enterprise-grade low-density but high throughput environments such as offices, hospitality, and retail outlets.


The Triple Indoor 2x2:2 AP300 features integrated, easy-to-configure security technologies providing secure connectivity for employees and guests. Employing the latest 802.11i advanced security features and encryption, with WPA2 authentication, the AP300 delivers the level of security required in an enterprise or crowded event environment.


The AP300 leverages the combined power of three 802.11ac Wave 2 radios both operating in 2x2:2 MIMO mode. One radio is dedicated to the 2.4-GHz band providing MIMO functionality while the two radios are dedicated to the 5-GHz band providing MU-MIMO functionality. The AP300 enables concurrent triple-radio operation without impacting the radio’s performance for an aggregate PHY throughput of 2.134 Gbps. Integrated within the AP300 is a BLE radio for enhanced user functionality.


Our patent-pending load balancing algorithms performs traffic management to optimize client associations, throughput, and roaming. Based on 802.11k and 802.11v protocols, the algorithm dynamically balances users between intra- and inter-AP radios to maximize radio, client and network performance and capacity.

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