Belden puts four radios in one wireless AP

Belden has introduced a wireless access point with four IEEE 802.11 radios that can be used in any Wi-Fi mode. The XtraThin Access Point is part of the company's Belden Wireless Solution, which is designed to create an interference-free wireless local-area network.

The XtraThin APs, which also come in a two-radio version, have no built-in intelligence so they do not require special configuration, are client-independent and support any network interface card.

The system gives users the flexibility to allocate channels and bandwidth to specific applications (voice or data), specific device types, or certain user groups.

The APs are powered by standard Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af PoE) provided by the Belden Wireless Switch.


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