AP’s with internal antennas are great. They’re compact, look good up on the ceiling, and provide nice, even coverage for Wi-Fi client devices in most environments. But what if you’re doing Wi-Fi in a warehouse, stadium, or conference center? What if your access points must be way up in the ceiling, far, far away from client devices down on the floor?
The solution: external antennas! They can help you paint Wi-Fi into hard-to-reach corners, get great signal strength down to the ground where the client devices are, and even increase speed and capacity in a high-density network!
But external antennas are scary. Which path do you choose? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
Watch the recording for a deep dive to learn when it makes sense to use external antennas in places like:
- Conference Centers
- Outdoor Environments