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- n. The Wi-Fi Array architecture maximizes RF capacity by solving the fundamental issue of allowing multiple access points to function at very close proximity to each other. This high degree of integration and coordination allows the Array to deliver Gigabit-class Wi-Fi bandwidth over an extended coverage area – all from a single device. The Array Controller, IAP (Integrated Access Points), and the Multi-sector Antenna System make up the key components of the Array Architecture.
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