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Steve Chapman
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Vertical mount 3602e antenna position

When mounting 3602E vertical should all the dual antenna point in one direction (ie all up, all down or 2 up and 2 down?)

Thanks

Steve

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Scott Fella
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As long as they are vertical you are fine.

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Scott Fella
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As long as they are vertical you are fine.

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I'd keep them all in the same direction, that way you don't have polarity issues.

HTH,
Steve

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Leo Laohoo
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Antennas should be pointing towards the client or the floor.

david-collins
Beginner

What about a design where 3602e's are mounted on a 30 foot high ceiling and the intent is to use 9 or 10 APs (for high density user senarios) and focus coverage downward in a smaller cell, column-like field?  Would that call for different antenna positions?

30 foot high makes it a challenge to service the ap .. keep that in mind

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