Securing wireless access points in large spaces can be a challenge for network designers. Oberon’s new Model 1013-COVER provides an innovative solution. Large spaces such as auditoriums, conference rooms, and stadiums often require network designers to abandon ceiling installations and develop a wireless infrastructure around walls and pillars. Security, precise positioning of equipment, and aesthetics become a challenge in such settings.
Oberon’s Model 1013-COVER expands its popular line of wall-mounted solutions for securing wireless access points, with a twist. The 1013-COVER is an articulating WAP and antenna mount for most manufacturers’ WAPs and directive (or patch) antennas. The mount can be swiveled on two axes to provide the desired down-tilt and azimuth coverage of the directive antenna. The 1013-COVER is attached to the pillar or wall, and WAP and antenna are attached to the articulating mount.
The 1013-COVER with the directive antenna can be used to create zones of coverage within stadiums, high-density auditoriums, and classrooms. You can read the full press release for Oberon's Model 1013-COVER here.
For additional features, measurements, and specifications for Oberon’s new Model 1013-COVER, download the spec sheet below:
For more information about Oberon's secure infrastructure solutions for wireless networks, to learn more about which of their solutions would best fit your space, or for any other inquires, please contact your local Accu-Tech representative.