The latest generations of Wireless Access Points (WAP) use more power and run much higher data rates than previous generations. Designing and installing the right cabling infrastructure that can provide the migration path to support these WAPs, not to mention future generations, will be critical to successful deployment and migration over the life of any installation. To make sure your installations provide the best possible support of these wireless points now and in the future, Hubbell has released the Cabling Infrastructure for Next Generation Wireless Access Points, 802.11ac & Beyond white paper focused on WAP implementation.
This white paper covers topics such as:
The two “waves” or two steps in the implementation of 802.11ac for maximum data rates
The differences between 802.11n, 802.11ac Wave 1 and 802.11 Wave 2
2.5/5Gbps solutions that allow users with existing 802.11n WAPs to upgrade to 802.11ac WAPs without re-cabling
Cabling infrastructure including TIA Guidance and recommendations for coverage areas
Download Hubbell's Cabling Infrastructure for Next Generation Wireless Access Points, 802.11ac and Beyond for more information on how to ensure successful WAP deployments: