I have a lot of buildings with only one RJ45 socket per room for wireless access points. So I have 2x cAP ac connected to it powered by a pre 802.3at switch which can power up to 30W per port. I use 40Mhz channels mostly for 5Ghz as there many rooms with many students around.
My goal would be to upgrade it next year with 1 additional access point supporting 802.11ad, i.e.
1 RJ45 1 GbE port----cAP ac----cAP ac---- 802.11ad access point
Therefore I would like to suggest the "cAP 60Gx6 lite":
- CAPSMAN support
- 180° (Kind of)Omni Antenna
- range: ~20m (it´s for indoor use, i.e. rooms; 802.11ad quality should be as good as 802.11ac)
- low power, as it should work behind those 2x cAP ac.
If you publish that 802.11ad cAP ac, we would need an USB 3.0 802.11ad adapter as well...
What do you think?