DWL-6610APProje

Dual-Band 802.11n/ac Unified Wireless Access Point
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The DWL-6610AP Dual-Band 802.11n/ac Unified Wireless Access Point is specially designed for small to medium enterprises, providing unparalleled bandwidth and flexibility for administrators looking to deploy a medium to large scale Wi-Fi network. Featuring the latest 802.11ac on its 5 GHz band, the DWL-6610AP brings you to the forefront of wireless technology.

 

Greater Reach and Flexibility
The DWL-6610AP provides unparalleled connectivity by using a 2 x 2 antenna implementation, allowing high combined data rates of 1167 Mbps (AC867 Mbps + N300 Mbps) over the air. Beamforming technology enables the DWL-6610AP to have even greater reach than its predecessor, allowing even more flexibility in any deployment scenario. With the 802.11n/ac technology, the DWL-6610AP provides the high performance over two bands, so wireless clients can stream media faster and farther than before using existing devices.

 

Centrally Manage your Wireless Network
When working in conjunction with D-Link Unified Switches/Controllers, the DWL-6610AP can be centrally managed. This allows for a large number of APs to be deployed and managed easily and efficiently. Once the APs are discovered by the switch/controller, the administrator can push specific configuration sets onto them rather than having to do so individually. In addition, RF resource management and security are also managed centrally, allowing the administrator to preemptively identify potential deficiencies and weaknesses in the network.

 

Self-Configuring Cluster
For small businesses that need to deploy multiple APs but lack the resources to tackle the complicated task of network management, the DWL-6610AP’s self-configuring cluster feature offers the ideal solution. When a small number of DWL-6610APs are deployed on the network, they may be configured to form a self-configuring cluster. Once the administrator configures one access point, the same configuration can then be applied to all remaining APs. Up to 8 APs may be used to form a cluster, making setting up your business wireless network a breeze.

 

Upgraded for Superior Performance
The DWL-6610AP features a more powerful CPU, giving it a performance boost over its predecessor. The high gain internal omnidirectional antenna increases its reach, eliminating dead spots and filling hard to reach places. Bandsteering technology enables the AP to balance the load between its two radios rather than forcing all users onto the 2.4 GHz band, allowing for smooth streaming of video, instant transmission of SMS and e-mail, and fast downloads for mobile devices.

 

Automatic RF Management Saves Power and Money
When a number of access points are deployed close to each other, interference may result if proper RF management isn’t implemented. When a DWL-6610AP senses a neighbor nearby, it will automatically select a noninterfering channel. This greatly reduces RF interference and will allow the administrator to deploy APs more densely. To further minimize interference, when a nearby AP is operating on the same channel, the DWL-6610AP will automatically lower its transmission power1. When, for whatever reason, the nearby AP is no longer present, the DWL-6610AP will increase its transmission power to expand coverage.

 

Quality of Service for Increased Connectivity
The DWL-6610AP supports 802.1p Quality of Service (QoS) for enhanced throughput and better performance of time-sensitive traffic like VoIP and streaming DSCP. The DWL-6610AP is WMM-certified, so in the event of network congestion, time-sensitive traffic can be given priority ahead of other traffic. Furthermore, when a number of DWL-6610AP units are in close proximity to each other, an access point will refuse new association requests once its resources are fully utilized, allowing the association request to be picked up by a neighboring unit. This feature ensures that no single AP is overburdened while others nearby sit idle.

 


1 This feature is available when Unified AP is used in conjunction with D-Link’s line of Unified Wireless Switches/controllers.

Genel Özellikler


Fiziksel Özellikler
Hardware
Interfaces
• 802.11b / g / n 2,4 GHz
• 802.11a / n / ac 5GHz
• One LAN port 10/100 / 1000Base-T with support for PoE 802.3at
• Console port with RJ-45
Indicators
• Food
• LAN
• 2.4 GHz
• 5 GHz
Buttons
• Reset to the factory settings
• Power button
Antenna • Internal omnidirectional antenna with 5 dBi for 5 GHz and 3,5 dBi for 2.4 GHz
Scheme MIMO • 2x2
Housing
• The bottom panel - plastic
• Top panel - plastic
• Certification UL2043 (for housing class "plenum")
Power connector • Power connector (DC)
The parameters of the wireless module
Standards • IEEE 802.11a / b / g / n / ac
Frequency Range
• 802.11b / g / n: from 2.4 GHz to 2.4835 GHz
• 802.11a / n / ac: 5.15 GHz to 5.35 GHz
Wireless Security
• Up to 32 SSID, SSID 16 in the radio band
• 802.1Q VLAN
• Clients Isolation
• WPA / WPA2 - Personal / Enterprise
• AES and TKIP
• Filtering by MAC-address-
• Detect unauthorized access points
Wireless speed
• IEEE 802.11a: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48 and 54 Mbit / s
• IEEE 802.11b: 1, 2, 5.5 and 11 Mbit / s
• IEEE 802.11g: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48 and 54 Mbit / s
• IEEE 802.11n:
MCS GI = 800ns GI = 400ns
  20 MHz 40 MHz 20 MHz 40 MHz
0 6.5 13.5 7.2 15
1 13 27 14.4 thirty
2 19.5 40.5 21.7 45
3 26 54 28.9 60
4 39 81 43.3 90
5 52 108 57.8 120
6 58.5 121.5 65 135
7 65 135 72.2 150
8 13 27 14.444 thirty
9 26 54 28.889 60
10 39 81 43.333 90
eleven 52 108 57.778 120
12 78 162 86.667 180
13 104 216 115.556 240
14 117 243 130 170
15 130 270 144.444 300
Unit: Mbit / s 1
• IEEE 802.11ac: 6.5 to 867 Mbit / s 1
Transmitter output power
 
The maximum transmit power will vary according to the rules of radio frequency regulation in your country.
 
The region Russia (RU) transmitter output power is limited to 20 dBm in the band 2400 - 2483.5 MHz and 5150 - 5350 MHz, the maximum transmitter power without restrictions - up to 22 dBm.
• IEEE 802.11a:
    15 ± 2 dBm at 6 ~ 54 Mbit / s
• IEEE 802.11b:
    17 ± 2 dBm at 1, 2, 5.5 and 11 Mbit / s
• IEEE 802.11g:
    17 ± 2 dBm at 6 ~ 36 Mbit / s
    15 ± 2 at 48 dBm and 54 Mbit / s
• IEEE 802.11n:
    2.4 GHz / HT-20:
    17 ± 2 dBm at MCS0-MCS15
    2.4 GHz / HT-40:
    17 ± 2 dBm at MCS0-MCS15
    5GHz / HT-20:
    15 ± 2 dBm at MCS0-MCS5, MCS8-MCS13
    14 ± 2 dBm at MCS6-MCS7, MCS14-MCS15
    5GHz / HT-40:
    15 ± 2 dBm at MCS0-MCS5, MCS8-MCS13
    14 ± 2 dBm at MCS6-MCS7, MCS14-MCS15
• IEEE 802.11ac:
    VHT-20:
    15 dBm at MCS0-MCS8
    13 dBm at MCS9
     VHT-40:
    15 dBm at MCS0-MCS8
    12 dBm at MCS9
    VHT-80:
    15 dBm at MCS0-MCS8
    12 dBm at MCS9
Receiver Sensitivity
• IEEE 802.11a:
    -86 ± 2 dBm at 6 and 9 Mbit / s
    -84 ± 2 dBm at 12 Mbits / s
    ± 2 -81 dBm at 18 Mbit / s
    -77 ± 2 dBm at 24 Mbits / s
    ± 2 -75 dBm at 36 Mbit / s
    ± 2 -68 dBm at 48 Mbit / s
    ± 2 -67 dBm at 54 Mbit / s
• IEEE 802.11b:
    ± 2 -92 dBm at 1 Mbit / s
    -90 ± 2 dBm at 2 Mbit / s
    ± 2 -88 dBm at 5.5 Mbit / s
    ± 2 -85 dBm at 11 Mbit / s
• IEEE 802.11g:
    -87 ± 2 dBm at 6 and 9 Mbit / s
    -85 ± 2 dBm at 12 Mbits / s
    ± 2 -82 dBm at 18 Mbit / s
    -79 ± 2 dBm at 24 Mbits / s
    ± 2 -76 dBm at 36 Mbit / s
    ± 2 -71 dBm at 48 Mbit / s
    ± 2 -67 dBm at 54 Mbit / s
• IEEE 802.11n:
    2.4 GHz / HT-20:
    -85 ± 2 dBm at MCS0 / 8
    -82 ± 2 dBm at MCS1 / 9
    -80 ± 2 dBm at MCS2 / 10
    -77 ± 2 dBm at MCS3 / 11
    -74 ± 2 dBm at MCS4 / 12
    -69 ± 2 dBm at MCS5 / 13
    -68 ± 2 dBm at MCS6 / 14
    -65 ± 2 dBm at MCS7 / 15
    2.4 GHz / HT-40:
    -82 ± 2 dBm at MCS0 / 8
    -79 ± 2 dBm at MCS1 / 9
    2 dBm at MCS2 / 10
    -74 ± 2 dBm at MCS3 / 11
    -71 ± 2 dBm at MCS4 / 12
    -66 ± 2 dBm at MCS5 / 13
    -65 ± 2 dBm at MCS6 / 14
    -62 ± 2 dBm at MCS7 / 15
    5GHz / HT-20:
    -82 ± 2 dBm at MCS0 / 8
    -79 ± 2 dBm at MCS1 / 9
    -77 ± 2 dBm at MCS2 / 10
    -74 ± 2 dBm at MCS3 / 11
    -70 ± 2 dBm at MCS4 / 12
    -66 ± 2 dBm at MCS5 / 13
    -65 ± 2 dBm at MCS6 / 14
    -64 ± 2 dBm at MCS7 / 15
    5GHz / HT-40:
    -79 ± 2 dBm at MCS0 / 8
    -76 ± 2 dBm at MCS1 / 9
    -74 ± 2 dBm at MCS2 / 10
    -71 ± 2 dBm at MCS3 / 11
    -67 ± 2 dBm at MCS4 / 12
    -64 ± 2 dBm at MCS5 / 13
    -63 ± 2 dBm at MCS6 / 14
    -62 ± 2 dBm at MCS7 / 15
• IEEE 802.11ac:
    VHT-20:
    -82 DBm at MCS0
    -79 DBm at MCS1
    -77 DBm at MCS2
    -74 DBm at MCS3
    -70 DBm at MCS4
    -66 DBm at MCS5
    -65 DBm at MCS6
    -64 DBm at MCS7
    -59 DBm at MCS8
    -57 DBm at MCS9
    VHT-40:
    -79 DBm at MCS0
    -76 DBm at MCS1
    -74 DBm at MCS2
    -71 DBm at MCS3
    -67 DBm at MCS4
    -63 DBm at MCS5
    -62 DBm at MCS6
    -61 DBm at MCS7
    -56 DBm at MCS8
    -54 DBm at MCS9
    VHT-80:
    -76 DBm at MCS0
    -73 DBm at MCS1
    -71 DBm at MCS2
    -68 DBm at MCS3
    -64 DBm at MCS4
    -60 DBm at MCS5
    -59 DBm at MCS6
    -58 DBm at MCS7
    -53 DBm at MCS8
    -51 DBm at MCS9
Functionality
Network Management
• Web-interface (HTTP / HTTPS)
• Console port with RJ-45
• Control via Wireless Controller DWC-1000, DWC-2000
• Telnet / SSH
• SNMP Support
Supported Features
• Quality of Service (QoS)
• WMM
Physical parameters
The weight • 500 g
Sizes
• Diameter: 158.79
• Height: 69.39 mm (without bracket) / 77.26 (with bracket)
terms of Use
Food
 
• The power adapter (not supplied)
     Output: 12V DC 2A
• The power cable for Ethernet (PoE) 802.3at
Max Power Consumption • 16,6 W
Temperature
• Operating: 0 ° to 40 ° C
• Storage: -20 ° to 65 ° C
Humidity
• Operating: 10% to 90% non-condensing
• Storage: 5% to 95% non-condensing
Contents of delivery
• Wireless Access Point DWL-6610AP
• Mounting bracket (with screws)
• Clamps for mounting on the ceiling
• Ethernet-Cable
• CD
• Warranty Card
Other
Certifications
• CE
• EN 301 893 V1.7.1 (2012-06) (DFS / TPC)
• EN 300 328 V1.8.1 (2012-06)
• FCC
• IC
• cUL
• LVD
• UL2043 (only for housing class "plenum")
• C-Tick
• BSMI
• NCC
• Wi-Fi
 
1 Maximum wireless signal rate derived from IEEE 802.11ac specifications, standards, and IEEE 802.11n. The data rate can vary significantly from the speed of the wireless connection. The conditions under which the network operates, as well as environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, building materials and construction, and network overhead, lower actual data throughput rate. In the range of the wireless network can be affected by environmental factors.
 This function is available when using a unified access point, together with standardized wireless switches. 

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