Allied Telesis TQ5403 – Hybrid 3-radio 802.11ac Wave 2 Wireless Access Point

£394.94 Ex. VAT

Hybrid 3-radio 802.11ac Wave 2 Wireless Access Point

The Allied Telesis Enterprise-class TQ5403 Hybrid 3-radio Wireless Access Point features IEEE 802.11ac Wave 2 technology with two spatial streams to deliver a raw capacity of 2.133 Gigabits.

Key Features

  • Channel Blanket Hybrid Operation for simultaneous multi-channel and single-channel support
  • IEEE 802.11ac Wave 2 to increase throughput
  • Tri-radio, with Band Steering for a better user experience
  • Virtual APs with Multiple SSIDs
  • Captive Portal for easy user management
  • Web-based user interface for easy management and monitoring of a single AP
  • AWC support for APs management and automatic wireless network optimization
  • Link Aggregation to double the bandwidth to the wired network
  • Airtime Fairness to ensure fair and predictable sharing of bandwidth
  • Fast Roaming enable users to seamlessly move between AP
  • Wi-Fi Alliance certified Passpoint® (Hotspot 2.0) enables auto-detection and connection of client devices

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The Allied Telesis Enterprise-class TQ5403 Hybrid 3-radio Wireless Access Point features IEEE 802.11ac Wave 2 technology with two spatial streams to deliver a raw capacity of 2.133 Gigabits.

Overview

The innovative Channel Blanket hybrid mode of the TQ5403 enables optimized wireless networking for all environments. Simultaneous multi-channel and single-channel Wi-Fi connectivity from the same access point, allows network administrators to combine maximum performance and seamless roaming for the best possible user experience.

The TQ5403 has a single 2.4GHz radio and dual 5GHz IEEE 802.11ac radios, and supports Multi-User Multiple Input and Multiple Output (MU-MIMO), allowing multiple clients to send and receive data at the same time, substantially increasing throughput. A comprehensive feature-set provides a superior solution for customers from SMBs to large Enterprises.

Smaller businesses can operate the TQ5403 in standalone mode, using its intuitive web-based interface. For medium and larger installations, Autonomous Wave Control (AWC) provides centralized management, and regularly analyses the wireless network, automatically optimizing AP settings to reduce interference and minimize coverage gaps—all with no user intervention. AWC-SC (Smart Connect) enables simplified deployment, and a resilient wireless solution, using wireless uplink connectivity. AWC wireless management is available on our Vista Manager EX network management platform, and from Vista Manager mini running on a number of switch and firewall products.

Flexible deployment options include desktop use, and wall or ceiling mounting. Power can be supplied by Power over Ethernet, or by an optional AC power adapter.

Brand

Allied Telesis