Get a strong and stable Wi-Fi signal in your business. Get a TP-Link CAP1200 wireless access point that works with TP-Link wireless controllers to help you create and manage your network easily and conveniently. You can manage hundreds of different access points from one device with the Auranet controller. Mount the access point on the ceiling, where it will look natural with its modern slim design.
Highest Wi-Fi speeds with MU-MIMO technology
This TP-Link access point has been equipped with the latest MU-MIMO 802.11ac Wave 2 technology. This option allows the CAP1200 to easily provide you with speeds up to 1200mbs: 300 Mbps (2.4 GHz) and 867 Mbps (5 GHz) .
Fast roaming technology for seamless mobility
In large networks with multiple access points, reliable coverage is compromised by connection interruptions that can occur when a wireless device switches from one access point to another. Fast Roaming technology eliminates this risk by automatically switching devices from one access point to another with smooth transition.
The most important features of the device :
Thetransmission speeds of 300 Mbps in the 2.4 GHz band and 867 Mbps in the 5 GHz band give a total Wi-Fi speed of 1200 Mbps /
Rapid roaming technology ensures smooth mobility by automatically switching devices from one access point to another with smooth transition.
A hardware-based wireless controller allows administrators to easily manage hundreds of Managed Access Points (CAP).
Support for Power over Ethernet (802.3af) for convenient and economical installation.
The simple design of the cover allows easy mounting on the wall or ceiling. Adaptive Portal provides one convenient way to authenticate Wi-Fi guests
Multi-SSID allows you to create multiple wireless networks for different types of users.
The switchableFAT/FIT modes offer various network management options.
Beamforming is a signal processing technique. In simple words, it can locate Wi-Fi devices and then amplify the signal in a specific direction from the access point to the client.
With Omni's antenna, the AP transmits the Wi-Fi signal in all directions, which means that no matter where your Wi-Fi devices are located, they all receive the signal with similar strength at the same distance.
With Beamforming technology, the access point will locate your Wi-Fi devices and then amplify the signal in that direction, increasing the Wi-Fi range, reducing unnecessary RF interference and creating stronger, faster and more reliable wireless communication.
What is TP-Link EAP / CAP MU-MIMO?
What's an SU-MIMO?
Most routers only support SU-MIMO (Single User - Multiple Input Multiple Output), which means that their Wi-Fi can only communicate with one device at a time. With a SU-MIMO router, each Wi-Fi device must wait its turn to send or receive data from the Internet. So the more devices are connected to your home Wi-Fi network, the slower they move.
MU-MIMO, short for Multiple User - Multiple Input Multiple Output, is one of the most important features of the 802.11ac Wave 2 standard. MU-MIMO technology can increase the capacity and performance of your home network, allowing Wi-Fi to communicate with multiple devices simultaneously. This reduces the time it takes for each Wi-Fi device to wait to send or receive data from the Internet, improving the quality of your home Wi-Fi network.
Here we take EAP225 V3 for example. When MU-MIMO is enabled, its 5G Wi-Fi can communicate with up to 2 devices at the same time, improving Wi-Fi up to 2x speed / capacity / performance (EAP225 V3 5G Wi-Fi has 2 streams).
Which TP-Link Wi-Fi products support MU-MIMO?
Which Wi-Fi devices can work with TP-Link MU-MIMO products?
All Wi-Fi devices can work with MU-MIMO routers. However, to improve MU-MIMO Wi-Fi, the devices should also support MU-MIMO.
With the development of Wi-Fi technology, in the coming years there will be more Wi-Fi devices that support MU-MIMO technology.
3) What is fast roaming for TP-Link Business Wi-Fi products?
Fast roaming is a feature that allows Wi-Fi customers to quickly switch from one access point to another for a stronger Wi-Fi signal, improving the Wi-Fi experience and optimising the load on each access point by adjusting the number of customers connected to them.
802.11k, 802.11v and 802.11r are all standards designed to provide smoother roaming for wireless clients.
With 802.11k, the access point can respond to a report from neighbors of Wi-Fi clients, allowing them to better understand the RF environment around them. As a result, it helps them to select a stronger signal, shorten scanning time around Wi-Fi and have better roaming.
With 802.11v, the access point not only responds to a report from neighbors of Wi-Fi clients, but also evaluates the quality of the client's connection and directs wireless clients to roaming to be the best access point for a better WLAN experience, thus balancing the load between access points.
With 802.11r, wireless authentication time will be reduced, suitable for WPA2-PSK and WPA2-Enterprise encryption.
The 802.11k / v / r standard only works if wireless clients also support 802.11k / v / r standard.
Now we can enable/disable fast roaming via the controller and the application. If the controller accidentally turns off, the quick roaming will not work.
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