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SPECIAL PRODUCTS AND SOFTWARE


AP 8163 ACCESS POINT WIRELESS ACCESS POINT


Extend your wireless LAN (WLAN) outdoors with the AP 8163, the rugged access point that is purpose built to enable the easy extension of robust wireless connectivity to workers in outdoor spaces. On the outside is an IP67 die- case aluminum housing designed to handle virtually any weather condition. On the inside, three radios give you the power, superior capacity and flexibility to cost-effectively handle today’s bandwidth-heavy applications and secures your data — without purchasing and managing an additional layer of equipment. You can count on superior availability — the AP 8163 can be adopted by a Zebra Solutions wireless controller for centralized remote control, and if the connection to the controller is lost, it can still continue to function as a standalone access point. The WiNG 5 advanced operating system enables the fastest and most efficient routing of every transmission, ensuring superior application performance. Comprehensive integrated security features protect your network and data every second of every day. And high-powered radios reduce the number of access points required — as well as the cost of your wireless LAN.


USP


Outdoor rated IP67 diecast aluminium enclosure. Designed to withstand wind, rain, and extreme temperatures. Band-unlocked tri-band design. Increases security without increasing costs by enabling 24x7 dual band Wireless IPS sensing on both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, with concurrent 802.11a/b/g/n client access and mesh. 3-spatial stream 3X3 MIMO. Delivers maximum throughput to support virtually any enterprise application, including voice


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and HD video. Backhaul detection. If an AP loses the backhaul connection, the AP self-forms and self-heals into a mesh router in the network, eliminating any disruption in wireless connectivity. Extended radio range. The radio range can be increased more than a mile by chaining the timing of radio parameters. MeshConnex™ on both data radios. Creating a Mesh network on both radios allows automatic failover for superior uptime and survivability.


SPECIFICATIONS


802.11n Capabilities | 3X3 MIMO with 3 spatial streams | 20 and 40 MHz chan- nels | 450 Mbps data rates per radio | Packet aggregation (AMSDU, AMPDU) | Reduced Interface Spacing | 802.11 DFS | MIMO Power Save (Static and Dynamic) | Advanced forward error correction co- ding: STBC, LDPC | Additional radio can support either 24x7 WIPS sensing and spectrum analysis or dynamic Frequen- cy Selection (DFS) Scan Ahead | Smart antenna features with transmit beamfor- ming


Networking Specifications | Layer 2 and Layer 3: Layer 3 routing, 802.1q, Dyn- DNS, DHCP server/ client, BOOTP client, PPPoE, and LLDP | Security: Stateful Firewall, IP filtering, NAT, 802.1x, 802.11i, WPA2, WPA Triple-Methodology Rogue Detection: 24x7 dual-band WIPS sensing, MU-assisted, on-board IDS and secure guest access (hotspot) | Quality of Ser- vice (QoS):WMM, WMM-UAPSD, 802.1p, Diffserv and TOS


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