Motorola's AP300 delivers rich 802.11a/b/g connectivity, working in conjunction with Motorola’s wireless switches as the point of connection between your mobile devices and your wireless LAN.
This thin next-generation access port is a low-cost device that is centrally and remotely managed through a Motorola wireless switch. Rapid configuration and the ability to quickly and easily upgrade the devices to support new functionality, features and security protocols substantially reduces the cost of deploying, implementing and managing your wireless LAN, while significantly increasing features, functionality and security of your wireless LAN infrastructure.
Dual form-factors The plastic internal-antenna housing allows for installation within the "carpeted-space" and provides cost-effective coverage via the integrated 2.4 GHz and 5.2 GHz antennas.
Interoperability Standards-based wireless, wired and security protocols ensure interoperability with third-party hardware.
802.1x supplicant Allows authentication to a RADIUS server to enable an 802.1x-protected Ethernet port.
802.11h Enables worldwide operation through support for standards-based dynamic frequency selection and power control.
802.11i Support for IEEE standards-based security protocols for strong Encryption (AES, TKIP), Authentication and Key Management (802.1x-EAP).
802.3af Simplifies and reduces total cost of installation through support of standards-based Power-over-Ethernet (PoE).
Load Balancing, Pre-Emptive Roaming and Rate Scaling Increases reliability and resilience of the wireless network to support mission-critical applications.