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The best-selling access points revealed are based on the Hot-selling List of Router-switch.com. The hot-selling list of router-switch.com compiles a real-time selection of customers’ top purchases. On this list, you’ll find a variety of products that are not only hot-selling but also reasonably priced. If you’re interested in these products, welcome to learn details and check price. Please feel free to contact us (email@example.com) to get free tech support and customer services.
The next section will begin with an overview of each brand’s best-selling access points, followed by a comparison of related product models.
1. Cisco Catalyst 9100 WiFi 6 Access Points
The Cisco Catalyst 9100 access points can handle the challenges of the next generation’s network. Going beyond the Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) standard, Catalyst 9100 access points are resilient and intelligent and provide integrated security for your mobile clients as well as your IoT devices.
Cisco Catalyst 9100 Access Points have higher capacity, improved latency, and better power efficiency. They’re ideal for work-from-home users who need the enterprise network extended to them.
|Description||Cisco Catalyst 9120AX Access Point, internal antennas; Wi-Fi 6; 4×4:4 MIMO, E Domain||Cisco Catalyst 9115AX Series Access Point, Internal antenna; Wi-Fi 6; 4×4:4 MIMO, E Domain|
|Antenna type||Internal, external and professional||Internal, external|
|CISC RF ASIC||Yes||–|
|Channel width||20 MHz (2.4GHz) 20/40/80/160 MHz (5GHz)||160MHz|
|Combined max data rate||5 Gbps||5 Gbps|
|MIMO spatial streams||4×4:4 MU-MIMO||4×4:4 + 4×4:4|
|Number of radios||5 GHz (4×4) Flexible Radio with 2.4 or 5 GHz (4×4), Cisco RF ASIC, and IoT-ready||3|
|Power options||PoE 802.3at, PoE 802.3bt, PoE 802.3af, Cisco power injector||PoE 802.3at|
2. Aruba Access Points
Aruba access points (APs) offer maximum deployment flexibility in a wide range of wireless LAN (WLAN) environments — central and remote sites, locations with high concentrations of Wi-Fi clients, indoors and outdoors, and harsh industrial environments.
Aruba Wi-Fi 5 and Wi-Fi 6 APs include enterprise, branch, plug-and-play for remote workers, outdoor, and hardened versions for a wide range of use cases and price points.
|Number of radios||2||2|
|Radio MIMO type||2×2:2 (2.4GHz)
|Max number of Resource Units (OFDMA)||8||16|
|Max number of BSSIDs (per radio)||16||16|
|Max number of associated clients (per radio)||256||512|
|Network interfaces||1xGE||1×2.5GE + 1xGE|
|USB host interface, max power||Yes, 5W||Yes, 5W|
|Restrictions from 802.3at POE (without IPM)||N/A||USB power budget (4W)|
3. Ruckus Access Points
Ruckus offers indoor and outdoor wireless access points to fit just about any budget, performance requirement, or deployment scenario. Whether you’re challenged with high client density, Wi-Fi-unfriendly building materials or just rising employee or customer expectations, our access points provide secure, reliable access no matter how tough the environment. Every RUCKUS AP, from the humblest to the boldest, is packed with patented technologies that go beyond every day to ensure superior connections and awesome user experiences.
|Maximum PHY rate||2400 Mbps (5GHz)
|1300 Mbps (5GHz)
450 Mbps (2.4GHz)
|1200 Mb/s (5GHz)
574 Mb/s (2.4GHz)
|Wi-Fi technology||802.11ax (2.4GHz, 5GHz) Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6||802.11ac (5GHz)
|802.11ax (2.4GHz, 5GHz) Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6|
|Radio chains: streams||5GHz: 4×4:4 MU-MIMO
2.4GHz: 2×2:2 MU-MIMO
|3×3:3||2×2:2 (5 GHz/2.4 GHz)|
|Antenna patterns (per band)||128||512||64|
|Antenna gain||Up to 3dBi||Up to 3dBi||Up to 3dBi|
|Ethernet ports||1 x 1 GbE
1 x 2.5 GbE
|2 x 1GbE||2 x 1GbE|
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