Hybrid Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) Wireless Access Point
The Allied Telesis Enterprise-class TQ6602 Hybrid Wireless Access Point features Wi-Fi 6 technology with 4 spatial streams to deliver a raw capacity of 3.550 Gigabits.
- Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) delivers four times the performance of the previous Wi-Fi 5 standard, enabling immersive-experience applications and future capacity for connected IoT devices
- A multi-gigabit uplink port (1/2.5/5G) removes bottlenecks and supports high-speed wireless
- Bi-directional Multi-user MIMO technology simultaneously communicates with multiple clients at once, reducing contention and improving capacity and throughput
- Hybrid operation for simultaneous multi-channel and single-channel (Channel Blanket) operation, provides maximum performance and seamless roaming
- Autonomous Wave Control™ (AWC) automatically optimizes wireless coverage and connectivity for a superior user experience
- Autonomous Wave Control™ (AWC) Smart Connect enables plug-and-play network growth using wireless uplinks
- Centralized management and monitoring of your Wi-Fi network with Autonomous Wave Control™ (AWC) in Vista Manager, or use the web-based GUI for easy standalone AP management
- Virtual APs with Multiple SSIDs for flexible deployment
- Captive Portal for easy user access management
Datasheet for Allied Telesis TQ6602 Wi-Fi 6 Hybrid Wireless Access Point featuring 4 spatial streams.
This bracket converter makes it easy to replace a Cisco or Fortinet wall-mounted Access Point with an Allied Telesis TQ6602, TQ5403, TQm5403, TQ1402 or TQm1402 Access Point, by adapting the old AP’s bracket to fit the TQ Series AP.
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Allied Telesis Autonomous Wave Control (AWC) is an advanced network technology that utilizes Artificial Intelligence (AI) to deliver significant improvements in wireless network connectivity and performance while reducing deployment and operating costs.