OFDM-based APs tout improved coverage

02 Apr 2008
00:00

Motorola's new Canopy 400 series of access points promises improved near-line of sight and non-line of sight coverage running on the 5.4 GHz spectrum.

The new access points are based on Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing (OFDM) technology.

By leveraging OFDM technology in the access and backhaul layers, the Canopy 400 series provides enhanced network performance and reach.

Motorola's new APs also come with wireless modules that provide higher throughputs, up to 21Mbps, and extended range, accompanied with GPS synchronization to mitigate self-interference.

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