ELTEX WEP-3ax: Corporate Wi-Fi 6 hotspot

The ELTEX WEP-3ax Wi-Fi 6 generation access point provides a data transfer rate of 1201 Mbps (5 GHz) + 574 Mbps (2.4 GHz). The use of MU-MIMO technology and internal omnidirectional antennas makes WEP-3ax a universal solution for organizing corporate networks.

Model ELTEX WEP-3ax
Transfer rate 5 GHz: up to 1201 Mbps
2.4 GHz: up to 574 Mbps
Wireless standards IEEE 802.11ax/ac/n/g/b/a
Maximum transmitter power 2.4 GHz: up to 22.5 dBm
5 GHz: up to 24 dBm
Wireless Functions Wireless Enable/Disable, Guest Network, DFS, MU-MIMO, OFDMA
Wireless Security WPA2, WPA3
Antennas Internal omnidirectional antennas
Interface 1 Ethernet port 100/1000/2500BASE-T (RJ-45)
Food PoE+ 48V/56V (IEEE 802.3at-2009)
Dimensions 230 x 230 x 56mm

 

ELTEX WEP-3ax provides a fairly high throughput: antennas in MU-MIMO 2×2 configuration make it possible to communicate with a large number of devices and transmit data to several clients at once.

The access point is able to independently choose which connection frequency is best to use. If the 5 GHz network signal is weak, it switches the client to the 2.4 GHz band, and vice versa. Therefore, up to 100 users can connect to the device, which ensures communication stability at events with a high client density. Also, Read – Deepcool PQ-M: Modular PSUs for Quiet and Powerful PCs

The Broadcom BCM47622 1.5GHz chip is capable of handling a high volume of tasks, meaning that corporate wireless devices, IP telephony, video conferencing systems and surveillance cameras can work together without delay or interference.

Also, ELTEX WEP-3ax will help to transfer the office to wireless infrastructure. This will make the company’s activities more flexible, relevant and high-speed. A Wi-Fi network based on WEP-3ax will allow continuous operation of business-critical services.

For the corporate environment, modern WPA3 authentication and encryption technologies are supported, which ensure the protection of personal data and security. New generation access points meet the highest requirements for security and compatibility with earlier versions of the 802.11 standards. The SAE method generates keys to identify “its” users using cryptography. Therefore, attackers will not be able to predict passwords for connecting. Also, Read – Apple MacBook Pro 14: M1 Pro chip, 32 GB of RAM

The ELTEX WEP-3ax access point has been assigned the TORP status, so it is suitable for organizing a wireless network with a large number of users not only in offices, hotels, and shopping centres but also in government agencies and municipal institutions.

Leave a Reply

Related Articles

Back to top button

We need Your Help!

If you enjoy our content, please support our site by disabling your ad blocker. We depend on ad revenue to keep creating quality content for you to enjoy for free.