Aironet 1602i Wireless Access Point from Cisco

Cisco Aironet 1602i Wireless Access Point, 802.11n, 3x3 MIMO

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Scan code: LN71568 Manufacturer code: AIR-CAP1602I-E-K9 Request call
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Product Overview The Aironet 1600 Series delivers great performance at an attractive price for customers while providing advanced functionality such as CleanAir Express for better cover through spectrum intelligence and Clientlink 2.0 for entry level networks that have a mixed client base. In addition to these features,the Aironet 1600 series includes 802.11n-based 3x3 multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) technology with two spatial streams,making it ideal for small and medium-sized enterprises. The Aironet 1600 Series also provides at least six times the throughput of existing 802.11 a/g networks. As part of the Cisco Aironet Wireless portfolio,the Cisco Aironet 1600 Series access point provides low total cost of ownership and investment protection by integrating seamlessly with the existing network. With an entry-level path to 802.11n migration,the Aironet 1600 Series can add capacity to the network for future growth for expanding applications and bandwidth. Features • Sleek design with internal antennas,ideal for office environments
• Extended operating temperature,ideal for factories,warehouses,and other indoor industrial environments
• Versatile RF coverage with optional external antennas

• Entry-level access point for small to midsized organizations, including retail, manufacturing, education, and branch offices
• Attractive price and performance for migrating to 802.11n
• Up to six times more capacity to support applications and clients than legacy 802.11a/b/g networks
• Cisco ClientLink 2.0 for better downlink performance and range and longer battery life on mobile devices
• Cisco CleanAir Express* for proactive spectrum intelligence to address RF interference problems
• Limited Lifetime Hardware Warranty, including 10-day advance hardware replacement
Specifications
Specifications
CPU  
LAN Type Wireless LAN
Wireless LAN Yes
Type N/A
Number of WAN Connections  
Number of LAN Connections  
Wireless Speed 300 Mbps
Wireless Band Dual Band
Frequency  
Wireless Standards IEEE 802.11n
Aprox Wireless Range (m) N/A
UPnP Support No
Other Connectors N/A
Firewall/NAT No
WDS No
Security N/A
Wireless Transmitter Power N/A
Wireless Transmitter N/A
Antenna  
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Aironet 1602i Wireless Access Point from Cisco
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