Aruba Networks

Aug. 28, 2009

Hidden Access Points

Aruba Networks’ AP-65WB Wall Box Access Point mounts flush to the wall and looks like a standard electrical wall plate. Hidden planar antennas integrated inside of the protective cover provide wireless coverage. The AP-65WB supports Aruba’s adaptive radio management technology, which automates site surveys and uses infrastructure-based controls to enhance the performance of Wi-Fi clients in real-time. It can be used as an access point, wireless intrusion detection sensor, resilient mesh point or remote access point.
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