Smartphone, tablet, and PC manufacturers have already started positioning themselves in relation to Wi-Fi 6. The first cell phone with this support was released in 2019, and since then, numerous manufacturers have joined this trend. Sooner or later the technology will...
W2022ac MU-MIMO WLAN Access Point
- 802.11ac/Wi-Fi 5 access point with MU-MIMO
- 867Mbps @ 5GHz and 400Mbps * @ 2.4GHz
- Simultaneous operation in the 2.4 and 5 GHz band
- Flexible management solutions
- Easiest ceiling mounting on system ceilings
The bintec W2022ac is an access point based on the latest 802.11ac that supports MU-MIMO. This allows single-antenna mobile devices to optimize all the transmission streams of the access point and doubles the quantity of devices simultaneously connected compared to 802.11ac first-generation. Older devices can still connect thanks to WPA3 /2 mode.When it comes to installation, this is child's play using the WLAN-Controller integrated in almost all CIT Routers or benefiting from the new SD-WAN solution be.SDx.
802.11ac/Wi-Fi 5 MU-MIMO
Supporting many concurrent users with good performance
Simple, efficient administration
Web configuration (http/https), CAPWAP support from WLAN Controller in Teldat router, CNMv5.1 support
Ceiling mount kit, Powered over PoE IEEE 802.3af, compatible with 802.3at PoE injectors
The bintec W2022ac is an access point based on the latest 802.11ac MU-MIMO that allows single-antenna mobile devices to use all the transmission streams of the access point. Compared to 802.11ac first-generation APs, which supports only SU-MIMO, twice as many mobile devices can connect to the W2022ac without sacrificing performance. Equipped with two Gigabit LAN interfaces and two optimized single-band antennas per radio module. It includes airtime fairness and client band select to 5GHz. Supports 20/40/80 MHz channels, beamforming, MRC, Block-Acknowlegde, STBC and LDPC. Regarding worth-mentioning security and functionality methods, it supports WPA3-Personal, WPA3-Enterprise, WPA3/2 mode and secure Opportunistic Wireless Encryption method (OWE), among other legacy methods such us short guard interval, ACLs and WIPS/WIDS. The W2022ac can operate as a standalone AP or be managed by a Teldat router (WLC) or the new SD-WAN beSDx.
The bintec W2022ac is an access point based on the latest 802.11ac standard and supports MU-MIMO. This allows single-antenna mobile devices to use all the transmission streams of the access point and twice as many mobile connections compared to 802.11ac first-generation without sacrificing performance.
Functionality and security methods; WPA3-Personal & WPA3-Enterprise, older device compatibility with WPA3 /2 mode, secure Opportunistic Wireless Encryption method (OWE) for guest networks and public HotSpots.
Since a WLAN-Controller is integrated in almost all the CIT Routers, the installation becomes child's play. In addition, the bintec W2022ac is ready for the new SD-WAN solution be.SDx.
Ceiling mount accessory available for suspended system ceilings or direct mounting on wood or concrete. Not necessary for mounting on the wall.
Five-year warranty on the hardware of the bintec W2022ac.
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