I've a mountain-top AP serving a few clients in two valleys to north and south.
An omni would 'beam' most of its signal over the top of the clients nearest the AP, clearly in sight but hundreds of metres below it.
Two mini-directionals angled downwards would provide best coverage, but would require two cards and two of the already overcrowded three 2.4GHz channels.
So is there any way of using the two directionals back-to-back as one interface on one frequency - like an omni? I know the two connections on an R52Hn can be used in a MIMO configuration, but MIMO itself is a bit above my pay-grade and I don't think that's what I need here anyway. Or is there any efficient way of connecting two antennas to one antenna output/cable?
Can anyone help?