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ExtremeWireless ™ External

Antenna with Wave 2

Site Preparation and Installation Guide

9034959-01

Published February 2018

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Table of Contents

About This Guide....................................................................................................................... 4

Intended Audience............................................................................................................................................................... 4

Text Conventions...................................................................................................................................................................4

Providing Feedback to Us.................................................................................................................................................5

Getting Help.............................................................................................................................................................................5

Related Publications............................................................................................................................................................ 6

Chapter 1: AP Site Preparation.................................................................................................7

ExtremeWireless Access Points that Support External Antennas................................................................7

Choosing Antennas for Wireless Network Configurations............................................................................... 8

Determining the Antenna Locations........................................................................................................................... 9

Antenna Models....................................................................................................................................................................13

Cable Options........................................................................................................................................................................19

Contacting an Antenna Installation Company.....................................................................................................20

Chapter 2: ExtremeWireless APs That Support External Antennas..................................21

Determining the Location of the AP.......................................................................................................................... 21

Extreme Wireless AP3915e............................................................................................................................................ 22

Extreme Wireless AP3917e............................................................................................................................................ 23

ExtremeWireless AP3965e............................................................................................................................................ 24

ExtremeWireless AP3935e............................................................................................................................................ 25

ExtremeWireless AP3865e............................................................................................................................................ 26

ExtremeWireless AP3825e.............................................................................................................................................27

ExtremeWireless AP3805e............................................................................................................................................28

Chapter 3: Antenna Installation.............................................................................................30

Outdoor Antenna Kits......................................................................................................................................................30

Installation Overview........................................................................................................................................................ 30

Grounding System...............................................................................................................................................................31

Mounting the Antenna..................................................................................................................................................... 32

Cable Installation Guidelines.........................................................................................................................................48

Routine Maintenance........................................................................................................................................................50

Chapter 4: Antenna Specifications........................................................................................ 51

External Antennas for Use with Outdoor APs.......................................................................................................51

External Antennas for Use with Indoor APs......................................................................................................... 112

Chapter 5: Accessory Specifications................................................................................... 165

Low-Loss Antenna Cables............................................................................................................................................165

Terminator: WS-CAB-RPSMATERM.........................................................................................................................169

Terminator: WS-CAB-NTERM..................................................................................................................................... 169

Attenuators..........................................................................................................................................................................170

Extension Bracket: 30515 (WS-MB-WALLEXT01) ........................................................................................... 172

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About This Guide

This guide describes the requirements for the successful installation of the ExtremeWireless external antennas used in a wireless network. An ExtremeWireless network consists of access points, controllers, antennas, and associated accessories.

Warning

Only qualified personnel should perform installation procedures.

Intended Audience

The ExtremeWireless external antennas must be installed by an antenna installation professional who can determine, provide, and install the necessary support structure and grounding system. The antenna installation professional should be licensed or certified in accordance with local regulations.

This preface provides an overview of this guide and a brief summary of each chapter; defines the conventions used in this document; and instructs how to obtain technical support from Extreme

Networks.

Text Conventions

The following tables list text conventions that are used throughout this guide.

Table 1: Notice Icons

Icon Notice Type Alerts you to...

General Notice Helpful tips and notices for using the product.

Note Important features or instructions.

Caution Risk of personal injury, system damage, or loss of data.

Warning

New Content

Risk of severe personal injury.

Displayed next to new content. This is searchable text within the PDF.

New!

Table 2: Text Conventions

Convention Description

Screen displays

The words enter and type

This typeface indicates command syntax, or represents information as it appears on the screen.

When you see the word “enter” in this guide, you must type something, and then press the Return or Enter key. Do not press the Return or Enter key when an instruction simply says “type.”

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Table 2: Text Conventions (continued)

Convention Description

[Key] names Key names are written with brackets, such as [Return] or [Esc] . If you must press two or more keys simultaneously, the key names are linked with a plus sign (+). Example:

Press [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [Del]

Words in italicized type Italics emphasize a point or denote new terms at the place where they are defined in the text. Italics are also used when referring to publication titles.

Providing Feedback to Us

We are always striving to improve our documentation and help you work better, so we want to hear from you! We welcome all feedback but especially want to know about:

• Content errors or confusing or conflicting information.

• Ideas for improvements to our documentation so you can find the information you need faster.

• Broken links or usability issues.

If you would like to provide feedback to the Extreme Networks Information Development team about this document, please contact us using our short online feedback form . You can also email us directly at [email protected]

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Getting Help

If you require assistance, contact Extreme Networks using one of the following methods:

• GTAC (Global Technical Assistance Center) for Immediate Support

• Phone: 1-800-998-2408 (toll-free in U.S. and Canada) or +1 408-579-2826. For the support phone number in your country, visit: www.extremenetworks.com/support/contact

• Email: [email protected]

. To expedite your message, enter the product name or model number in the subject line.

• Extreme Portal — Search the GTAC knowledge base, manage support cases and service contracts, download software, and obtain product licensing, training, and certifications.

• The Hub — A forum for Extreme Networks customers to connect with one another, answer questions, and share ideas and feedback. This community is monitored by Extreme Networks employees, but is not intended to replace specific guidance from GTAC.

Before contacting Extreme Networks for technical support, have the following information ready:

• Your Extreme Networks service contract number and/or serial numbers for all involved Extreme

Networks products

• A description of the failure

• A description of any action(s) already taken to resolve the problem

• A description of your network environment (such as layout, cable type, other relevant environmental information)

• Network load at the time of trouble (if known)

• The device history (for example, if you have returned the device before, or if this is a recurring problem)

• Any related RMA (Return Material Authorization) numbers

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Related Publications

ExtremeWireless and ExtremeWireless AP documentation can be found on Extreme Documentation page at: www.extremenetworks.com/documentation/

Extreme recommends the following guides for users of ExtremeWireless products:

• ExtremeWireless AP3916ic Installation Guide

• ExtremeWireless AP3912i Installation Guide

• ExtremeWireless AP3965i & AP3965e Installation Guide

• ExtremeWireless AP3935i & AP3935e Installation Guide

• ExtremeWireless AP3825i & AP3825e Installation Guide

• ExtremeWireless AP3805i FCC/ROW Installation Guide

• ExtremeWireless AP3801i Quick Reference Guide

• ExtremeWireless Appliance C5210 Quick Reference

• ExtremeWireless Appliance C5110 Quick Reference

• ExtremeWireless Appliance C4110 Quick Reference

• ExtremeWireless Appliance C25 Quick Reference

• ExtremeWireless Appliance C35 Quick Reference

• ExtremeWireless CLI Reference Guide

• ExtremeWireless End User License Agreements

• ExtremeWireless External Antenna Site Preparation and Installation Guide

• ExtremeWireless External Antenna with Wave 2 Site Preparation and Installation Guide

• ExtremeWireless Getting Started Guide

• ExtremeWireless Integration Guide

• ExtremeWireless Maintenance Guide

• ExtremeWireless Open Source Declaration

• ExtremeWireless User Guide

• IdentiFi Wireless WS-AP3865e Installation Guide

• IdentiFi Wireless WS-AP3825i & WS-AP3825e Installation Guide

• IdentiFi Wireless WS-AP3805i & WS-AP3805e Installation Guide

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AP Site Preparation

ExtremeWireless Access Points that Support External Antennas

Choosing Antennas for Wireless Network Configurations

Determining the Antenna Locations

Antenna Models

Cable Options

Contacting an Antenna Installation Company

This chapter describes the site requirements for the successful installation of ExtremeWireless antennas.

This information is intended for sales engineers or site evaluators.

Warning

Site prerequisites should be verified by a person familiar with national codes, local electrical codes, and with other regulations governing this type of installation. Extreme Networks, its channel partners, resellers, and distributors assume no liability for personal injury, property damage, or violation of government regulations that may arise from failing to comply with the instructions in this guide.

ExtremeWireless Access Points that Support External Antennas

Not all antennas listed in this document can be used by all wireless access points. If the name of the access point ends with an "e", the access point supports external antennas. For example, the AP3935e supports external antennas. For legacy access points, refer to ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna Site

Preparation and Installation Guide (P/N 9034559-09) to determine if your legacy access point supports external antennas.

Antenna Models identifies which antennas are supported by each AP.

Table 3: Legacy Access Points that Support External Antennas

Access Point External Antenna Support

WS-AP2605

WS-AP2610

WS-AP2620

No

No

Yes

WS-AP2650

WS-AP2660

WS-AP3605

WS-AP3610

WS-AP3620

WS-AP3630

No

Yes (but requires Siemens Industry antennas)

No

No

Yes

No

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Table 3: Legacy Access Points that Support External Antennas (continued)

Access Point External Antenna Support

WS-AP3640 Yes

WS-AP3660 Yes

Table 4: Access Points that Support External Antennas

Access Point External Antenna Support

WS-AP3705i

WS-AP3710i

WS-AP3710e

No

No

Yes

WS-AP3725e

WS-AP3715i

WS-AP3715e

WS-AP3765i

WS-AP3765e

WS-AP3767e

WS-AP3805 i/e

WS-AP3801i

WS-AP3825i

WS-AP3825e

WS-AP3865e

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

Note

In the rest of this book, for simplicity, references to legacy access point model numbers will not include the “WS-” prefix.

Choosing Antennas for Wireless Network Configurations

The type and number of antennas that you need depend on the configuration of your wireless network.

The following table lists the general type of antenna to use for various wireless network configurations.

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Table 5: Antennas for Wireless Network Configurations

Network Configuration Description

LAN-to-LAN Point-to-Point

LAN-to-LAN Point-to-Multipoint

Wireless Infrastructure

This is a wireless link between two WDS

APs that connects two separate wired

LANs. (WDS APs are configured to operate as Workgroup bridges.)

In a point-to-multipoint network, up to nine WDS APs provide wireless links to connect up to nine LANs. One AP is designated as the root (multipoint) AP connected to a wired infrastructure. The other APs are called child APs. Child APs establish a backhaul connection with the root AP and, at the same time, provide

LAN switching.

This is an inside/outside wireless network where one or more WDS APs are used to establish a wireless backhaul and connect clients or LAN segments to the wired LAN.

Antenna Type

Directional antennas

Omni-Directional antenna— to which the root AP connects.

Directional antennas— to which the child APs connect.

An Omni-Directional or a sectored antenna.

Determining the Antenna Locations

The following factors determine the locations where you can place the antennas relative to one another and the distances between them:

Type of antennas. The ExtremeWireless antennas are described in Antenna Installation on page 30.

• Length of cable connecting the antenna to the AP.

• Data rate required.

• In a LAN-to-LAN network, the distance between the buildings.

• Obstructions in the signal path.

• In a wireless infrastructure network, the area around the antenna where clients need to communicate with the AP.

Directional and omni-directional antennas are often installed on rooftops. The directional antenna can also be installed on the side of a building. The following sections describe the factors that affect the range of these antennas.

Line of Sight

The shape of the radio beam, defined as the Fresnel Zone, is widest in the middle. The Fresnel Zone is

shown as the gray area between the antennas in Fresnel Zone and Line of Sight Clearance

. The exact shape and width of the Fresnel Zone is determined by the distance between the antenna and frequency of the radio signal.

The radius of the radio beam, shown as the lower half of the Fresnel Zone, is the distance from the center of the beam outward in any direction. The length of the radius is not based on the data rate and the type of antenna.

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Figure 1: Fresnel Zone and Line of Sight Clearance

The radius can be calculated using the following formula:

Where

D = Distance between the antennas in kilometers f = Frequency in GHz

60% of the Fresnel Zone has to be clear of obstructions to be line of sight. In addition to the Fresnel

Zone height requirement, earth curvature may become a factor in paths longer than 2 Km. The additional antenna height can be calculated using the following formula:

Where

D = Distance between the antennas in kilometers

H = Height required to overcome earth curvature

and Table 7 on page 11 lists typical antenna height requirements.

2

5

Table 6: Typical Antenna Height Requirements—2.4 GHz

Distance between Tx and

Rx antennas (km)

Fresnel Zone radius

(meters)

Earth curvature (meters) Minimum antenna height requirements (meters)

7.9

12.5

0.08

0.49

7.98

12.99

10

15

17.67

21.64

1.94

4.37

19.61

26.01

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Table 6: Typical Antenna Height Requirements—2.4 GHz (continued)

Distance between Tx and

Rx antennas (km)

Fresnel Zone radius

(meters)

Earth curvature (meters) Minimum antenna height requirements (meters)

20

25

30

25

28

30.6

7.77

12.14

17.48

32.77

40.14

48.08

10

15

20

25

30

2

5

Table 7: Typical Antenna Height Requirements—5 GHz

Distance between Tx and

Rx antennas (km)

Fresnel Zone radius

(meters)

Earth curvature (meters) Minimum antenna height requirements (meters)

5.22

8.24

0.08

0.49

5.3

8.73

11.67

14.3

16.5

18.46

20.22

1.94

4.37

7.77

12.14

17.48

13.61

18.67

24.27

30.6

37.7

For optimal performance, ensure that the antenna products you choose, in combination with the height of the antenna installation above ground, provide sufficient clearance to allow your antenna installation to cover the distance between the two sites.

Obstacles within the line of sight can significantly reduce the distance and performance. Obstructions include neighboring buildings, trees, and power lines, as shown in

the following figure :

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Figure 2: Potential Obstacles to Line of Sight (not to scale)

Additional Location Requirements

This section describes other requirements to meet before installing the outdoor antennas.

• Lightning Protection

A lightning rod must be placed close to the antenna mast or wall bracket. This is required to protect the antenna from direct lightning strikes.

• Grounding System

Direct earth grounding of the antenna and the lightning protector is necessary to protect the installation from lightning and the build-up of static electricity. The wireless device and the lightning protector must be connected to the same earth ground using separate grounds. The antenna and the mounting structure require separate grounds to the same earth ground, using an equipotential bonding conductor. Check with a certified antenna installer, or local electrician, to make sure the antenna is properly grounded.

Ensure that the cable between the antenna and lightning protector is at least 0.9 meters (3 feet) away from high-voltage or high-current cable. For more information about the lightning protector,

see Grounding System on page 31.

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• Antenna Height

If you are mounting the antenna on a roof, the antenna must have minimum clearance as specified in

Table 6 on page 10 and

Table 7 on page 11.

If you are mounting the directional antenna to a wall of a building, it must be high enough to achieve a clear line of sight. Mounting an omni-directional antenna to the side of a building can cause signal reflection and reduce distance.

Note

The installer is responsible for local building codes.

• AP Placement

The AP should be located indoors, and connected to the outdoor antenna using the shortest cable possible to reduce the loss of the cable.

Antenna Models

This section provides a brief description of the antenna models offered by Extreme Networks for use

with ExtremeWireless APs. Table 8

lists antennas supported by the 39xx series APs.

Table 9

on page 15 lists antennas for the AP38xx series . Refer to

Antenna Installation

on page 30 for antenna installation instructions.

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Table 8: AP39xx External Antennas Listed by AP

Extreme Networks

Wireless AP

3965e

Antenna Model

The AP3965 uses Standard

Polarity, Type-N

Plug and Type N

Jack connectors.

For optional cables, see

Table

64 on page 165.

Type Description

30711 (WS-AO-DQ05120N)

Outdoor 120 degree,

Sector

30712 (WS-AO-5Q04060N)

Outdoor 60 degree,

Sector

30713 (WS-AO-2Q05060N)

Outdoor 60 degree,

Sector

30714 (WS-AO-DE07025N)

Outdoor Sector

30715 (WS-AO-DE13025N)

Outdoor Sector

30716 (WS-AO-5Q05025N)

Outdoor Sector

Frequency

(GHz)

2.4G/5G

2.4G/5G

2.4G/5G

5G

3935e

The AP3935 uses

Reverse Polarity

SMA connectors.

30717 (WS-AO-5Q11025N)

Outdoor Sector

30718 (WS-AO-DE10055N)

Outdoor Sector

30703 (WS-AI-5Q04060)

Indoor

30704 (WS-AI-2Q05060)

Indoor

5G

2.4G/5G

30720 (WS-AO-DE07100N)

Outdoor Panel. Includes eight, five-foot adapter cables.

Outdoor Omni

30724 (WS-AO-

DQ04360N)

WS-AO-5D23009N (WS-

AO-5D23009N)

2.4G/5G

2.4G/5G

Outdoor 9 degree, panel, dual polarization, point-to-point.

Includes two, five-foot adapter cables

5G

30702 (WS-AI-DQ05120)

Indoor 120 degree,

Sector

60 degree,

Sector

60 degree,

Sector

2.4G/5G

5G

2.4G

30705 (WS-AI-DE07025)

Indoor 2.4G/5G

30706 (WS-AI-5Q05025)

Indoor

30707 (WS-AI-DE10055)

30709 (WS-ANT-2DIP-4)

30710 (WS-ANT-5DIP-4)

WS-AI-DQ04360 (WS-AI-

DQ04360)

Indoor

Indoor

Indoor

Indoor

25 degree,

Sector

25 degree,

Sector

55 degree,

Sector

DIPOLE

DIPOLE

Ceiling Mount

Omni

5G

2.4G

5G

2.4G/5G

2.4G

5G

2.4G/5G

5.5

N/A

6

23

5.5

N/A

5

7.5

N/A

10.5

4.66

N/A

4

7.5

N/A

4.67

7

5.5

4

N/A

6.5

4.5

5

7.5

13

N/A

N/A

10.5

7

Antenna Gain

(dBi)

2.4G

5G

5.5

N/A

5.5

4

N/A

11.5

7.5

6

6.5

12

4.5

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The following table lists existing antennas supported by AP38xx models.

Table 9: AP38xx External Antennas Listed by AP

Extreme Networks

Wireless AP

AP3865e

The AP3865 uses

Standard

Polarity, Type-N

Plug and Type N

Jack connectors.

For optional cables see

Table

64 on page 165.

Antenna Model

WS-AO-DT05120N

WS-AO-5D23009N

WS-AO-DX13025N

Type Description Frequency

(GHz)

2.3–2.7/4.9–6.1 5

Antenna Gain

(dBi)

2.4G

5G

5 Outdoor 120 degree, sector, triplefeed, MIMO.

Outdoor 9 degree, panel, dual polarization, point-to-point.

Includes two, five-foot adapter cables.

5.15–5.875

Outdoor 27/30 degree, panel, six-feed.

2.4–2.5/5.15–

5.875

N/A

12

23

11

WS-AO-DX10055N

Outdoor 55 degree, panel, six-feed.

2.4–2.5/5.15–

5.875

9 8

WS-AO-DS02360N3

2

AP3825e

The AP3825 uses

Reverse Polarity

SMA connectors.

WS-AO-2DIPN3

WS-AO-5DIPN3

WS-AO-DX07180N

WS-ANT-2DIP-3

WS-ANT-5DIP3

WS-AI-DX02360

WS-AI-DT05120

WS-AI-DX10055

WS-AI-DX07025

Outdoor Omni baton, single feed, 3 pack.

2.4–2.5/5.15–

5.875

Outdoor Dipole, 3 pack.

2.4

Outdoor Dipole, 3 pack.

5.0

Outdoor 180 degree, panel, six feed.

Includes six, fivefoot adapter cables.

2.4–2.5/5.15–

5.875

Indoor 2.4

Indoor

Indoor

Indoor

Indoor

Indoor

MIMO; Singleband, 3 connector ports.

MIMO; Singleband, 3 connector ports.

MIMO; Dualband.

MIMO, Sector,

Dual-band, 3 connector ports.

MIMO; Sector,

Dual-band.

MIMO; Sector;

Dual-band.

5.0

2.4–2.5/5.15–

5.85

2

5

N/A

7

3

N/A

2

2.3–2.7/4.9–6.1 5

2.4–2.5/5.1–5.9 10

2.4–2.5/5.1–5.9 6.5

N/A

7

7

N/A

3

N/A

2.1

6

5.5

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Table 9: AP38xx External Antennas Listed by AP (continued)

Extreme Networks

Wireless AP

AP3805e

The AP3805 uses

Reverse Polarity

SMA connectors.

AP3715e

AP3710e

Antenna Model

WS-AI-DQ04360

WS-AI-DD05120

WS-ANT-2DIP2

WS-ANT-5DIP2

WS-ANT-2DIP-3

WS-ANT-5DIP-3

WS-AI-DX02360

WS-AI-DT05120

WS-AI-DX10055

WS-AI-DX07025

WS-AI-DT04360

WS-AI-DT05120

WS-AI-DX02360

WS-AO-DX10055N

WS-AO-DX10055

WS-AI-DX10055

Type

Indoor

Indoor

Indoor

Indoor

Indoor

Indoor

Indoor

Indoor

Indoor

Indoor

Indoor

Indoor

Indoor

Description Frequency

(GHz)

MIMO; Dualband, 802.11n, 4 connector ports.

MIMO, Dual-

Feed, 120 degree sector.

2.4-2.5/4.9-5.9 4

2.4/5.0

6

Dipole, 2 pack.

2.4

Dipole 2 pack.

5.0

3

3

2.4

3 dBi MIMO; Singleband, 3 connector ports

MIMO; Singleband

MIMO; Dualband

MIMO; Sector;

Dual-band

5.0

2.4–2.5, 5.15–

5.85

2.3–2.7,

4.9–6.1

Antenna Gain

(dBi)

2.4G

5G

3 dBi

2 dBi

7

5

N/A

N/A

MIMO; Sector,

Dual-band

MIMO; Sector;

Dual-band

2.4–2.5,

5.1–5.9

2.4–2.5,

5.1–5.9

Omni-

Directional, 3 inputs

120 Degree

Sector

Directional, 3 inputs

2400–2500

4900–5990

2300–2700

4900–6100

Omni-Directional 2400–2500

5.1–5.85

Outdoor Directional MIMO

Panel

2400–2500

5 dBi x

3,

2:1

4

3

10 dBi 6 dBi

6.5 dBi

5.5 dBi

5

5

2

2

6.5

5.5

9.5/8 Outdoor Directional MIMO

Panel

5100–5900

Indoor Directional MIMO

Panel

2400–2500

5100–5900

6.5

5.5

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Table 9: AP38xx External Antennas Listed by AP (continued)

Extreme Networks

Wireless AP

AP3725e

Antenna Model

WS-AI-DT04360

WS-AI-DT05120

AP3765e/AP3767e

WS-AO-DX13025

WS-AO-5D16060

WS-AO-5D23009

WS-AO-DT05120- 1

WS-AIO-2S18018

WS-AO-2S10360

WS-AO-5S10360

WS-AO-DS05360

WS-AO-DX10055

AP3620/AP3640 WS-ANT02

WS-AO-DS05360

WS-AO-5D16060

WS-AO-5D23009

WS-AI-DT04360

WS-AI-DT05120

Type

Indoor

Indoor

Description

Omni-

Directional, 3 inputs

120 Degree

Sector

Directional, 3 inputs

Frequency

(GHz)

2400-2500

4900-5990

2300-2700

4900-6100

Outdoor, stadium

Outdoor, sector

Outdoor, point-topoint

Outdoor, sector

Directional MIMO

Panel

Dual-polarization

Panel 802.11a/bg

Dual-polarization

Panel 802.11a

2400–2500

5100–5900

5150–5875

5000

120 Degree

Sector, Triple-

Feed

2300–2700

4900–6100

Indoor/

Outdoor

Panel 2300–2500

Outdoor Omni-Directional 2400

Outdoor Omni-Directional 5000

Outdoor Omni-Directional

Baton

2400–2500

5150–5350

Outdoor Dual-band,

Directional,

MIMO indoor

2400–2500

5100–5900

Omni-Directional 2400–2500

5150–5900 outdoor Omni-Directional 2400–2500

5150–5350

5150–5875 outdoor 60 Degree

Sector

Directional, 2

Inputs outdoor Panel, 2 Inputs 5150–5875 indoor Omni, 3 Inputs 2400–2500

4900–5990 indoor 120 Degree

Sector

Directional, 3

Inputs

2300–2700

4900–6100

5

23

3

4

5

12.5

11.5

16

23

4

5

16

18

10

10

5

9.5/8

5

5

4

3

Antenna Gain

(dBi)

2.4G

5G

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Table 9: AP38xx External Antennas Listed by AP (continued)

Extreme Networks

Wireless AP

AP3660

Antenna Model

WS-AO-DS05360

WS-AO-2S10360

WS-AO-DT05120

WS-AO-5S10360

WS-AO-5D16060

WS-AO-5D23009

WS-AIO-2S18018

WS-AODT05120- 1

WS-ANT21

WS-AO-DX13025

Type outdoor

Description

Omni-Baton

Frequency

(GHz)

2400–2500

5150–5350

2400–2500 outdoor Omni-Baton outdoor 120 Degree

Sector, Triple-

Feed, MIMO outdoor Omni-Baton

2300–2700

4900–6100 outdoor 60 Degree

Sector Dual

Polarization

5000

5150–5875 outdoor 9 Degree Panel, dual polarization, point-to-point

5150–5875 indoor/ outdoor

18 Degree Panel 2300–2500 outdoor 120 Degree

Sector, Triple-

Feed

2300–2700

4900–6100 outdoor outdoor, stadium

Omni-Baton 2400–2500

4940–5925

Directional MIMO

Panel

2400–2500

5100–5900

10

16

23

18

5

5

7

12.5

11.5

5

10

5

Antenna Gain

(dBi)

2.4G

5G

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Extreme Networks

Wireless AP

AP2620

Antenna Model

WS-ANT01

WS-AO-DS05360

WS-AIO-5S12060

WS-AI-2S03360

WS-AI-DS06360

WS-AIO-DS05120

WS-AIO- 2S07060

WS-AIO-5S17017

WS-AIO-2S14090

WS-AIO-5S15090

WS-AIO-2S18018 indoor/ outdoor indoor/ outdoor indoor/ outdoor indoor/ outdoor indoor/ outdoor

Type Description indoor Omni-Directional

802.11a/bg

2400–2500

5150–5900 outdoor Omni-Directional

Baton indoor Panel

2400–2500

5150–5350

2400–2500

4900–5990 indoor Omni-Directional

802.11a/bg

2400–2500 indoor

Frequency

(GHz) indoor/ outdoor

Omni-Directional

802.11a/bg

Panel (ceiling)

Antenna

802.11a/bg

2300–2700

4900–6000

2400–2500

Panel Antenna

802.11a

Panel

2300–2600

4900–6000

5470–5850

Panel Antenna

802.11bg

Panel Antenna

802.11a

Panel

2400–2485

4900–6000

2300–2500

5

6

5

Antenna Gain

(dBi)

2.4G

5G

4

5

12

3.5

7.5

17

14

15

18

Cable Options

Extreme Networks offers optional low-loss, outdoor and indoor cables. The outdoor cables are watertight cables to connect the outdoor APs to an antenna. The optional outdoor cables have a

Standard Polarity Type-N Plug and Type-N Jack. The indoor cables have a Reverse Polarity SMA-Type connector. Carefully determine the distance between the locations where you intend to mount the external antenna to ensure that you order the right cable length.

Note

Extreme Networks recommends using PFP600 (Cables: WS–CAB–L600C25N and WS–CAB–

L600C50N) for 5 GHz.

For more information about antenna cables, see:

Table 64

on page 165

Indoor Antenna Cables with Reverse Polarity SMA-Type Connectors

on page 166

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Contacting an Antenna Installation Company

Have an antenna installation professional install the outdoor antennas. The antenna installer provides the expertise to properly install, secure, and ground your antenna. The following checklists describe tasks that the installer may need to perform.

Note

The antenna installation professional should be licensed or certified in accordance with local regulations.

Ligtning Proteciton

• Determine the mounting location for the lightning rod (positioned near the antenna).

• Ensure an earth ground location for the antenna structure and lightning protector.

Mounting Requirements

• Determine the type of mounting that is required (tripod, wall mount, and so on).

• Determine the guy wires needed. Typically, three guy wires are needed for each 3 meter (10 foot) section of the mast; for example, 6 meters (20 feet) of mast requires six guy wires.

Line of Sight

• Determine the mounting location for the antenna.

• Ensure that the back of the antenna is clear.

• Ensure that remote and local antennas can see each other.

• Ensure that no obstacles are in the direct path or within the defined zone of the two sites.

• Consider whether any Radio Frequency (RF) interference is present.

Installation Requirements

• Determine the best location for the AP.

• Determine the length of cable required from the antenna to the AP.

• Ensure the location has an accessible Ethernet connection.

• Determine the distance between buildings.

• You may need to provide the following distances when contacting the antenna installation company.

Distance to Provide to Antenna Installation Company

Coverage area required (wireless infrastructure network configuration):

Height of building A:

Height of building B:

All possible obstacles that can interfere with the defined radius.

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Determining the Location of the AP

Extreme Wireless AP3915e

Extreme Wireless AP3917e

ExtremeWireless AP3965e

ExtremeWireless AP3935e

ExtremeWireless AP3865e

ExtremeWireless AP3825e

ExtremeWireless AP3805e

This section provides an illustration of each ExtremeWireless AP with information about how to determine where to place the AP.

Determining the Location of the AP

An ExtremeWireless AP connects to a lightning protector with a 51-centimeter (20-inch) cable. The lightning protector connects to the outdoor antenna with a standard 6.1-meter (20-foot), 7.6-meter (25foot), 15.24-meters (50-foot), or a 22-meter (75-foot) low-loss cable. A longer cable decreases the distance achievable between antennas.

The ideal location to install your ExtremeWireless AP must satisfy the following requirements:

• For indoor APs, the location must be indoors to protect the AP from extreme weather conditions, excessive heat and humidity, and to keep the unit free from vibration and dust. For a list of

ExtremeWireless indoor APs and the supported antennas, see

External Antennas for Use with

Indoor APs on page 112.

Note

This requirement does not apply to the AP3660, AP3765, AP3767e, and AP3865, which are outdoor access points.

• The lightning protector and antenna mast must be connected to the same earth ground (using separate grounds) as the AC wall outlet ground using an equipotential bonding conductor.

• The location must provide a connection to the network backbone via an Ethernet LAN cable going to a hub, bridge, or directly into a patch panel. An AP in a WDS does not require an Ethernet connection since backhaul is established over the wireless medium.

• For an outdoor AP, the location must be close to where the low-loss antenna cable will enter the building. The low-loss cable connecting the antenna to the lightning protector should not exceed 22 meters in length for 2.4 GHz, or 15.24 meters in length for 5 GHz, due to the distance reduction with

longer cables. For a list ofExtremeWireless outdoor APs and the supported antennas, see External

Antennas for Use with Outdoor APs on page 51.

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• Extreme Networks recommends using PFP240 or PFP400 cable for 2.4 GHz and PFP600 for 5GHz.

For more information, see Cable Specifications on page 166.

• External Wave 2 antennas have built-in lightening protectors.

Extreme Wireless AP3915e

The AP3915e is an 802.11AC Wave 2 Access Point featuring dual 2x2:2 radios. The all-metal design supports high operating temperatures, external antennas, and flexible mounting options for wall mount, ceiling mount, beam, and T-bar. The AP can be powered by 802.3af or by using a 12VDC wall brick power source.

The AP3915e comes with three external antenna ports and an integrated BLE/802.15.4 radio (Requires

ExtremeWireless V10.41.01)

The following features are present in AP3915e:

Figure 3: AP3915e Front View

Table 10: AP3915e Front View Feature

Item

1

Description

USB Port

Figure 4: AP3915e Rear View

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6

7

8

Table 11: AP3915e Rear View Feature

Item

1 - 2.4G/5G

2 - GE1/PoE

3 - Console RJ45 Port

4 - Reset button

5 - Optional 12V DC Power Supply

Description

Radio

Use this port to power on the AP.

Console RJ45 Connector.

Use a tool to access this button to reset the AP settings.

The AP can be powered on using this optional power supply.

IoT/BLE Antenna Connector.

Kensington Lock Slot.

2.4/5G Radio Antenna Connector.

Refer to the Extreme NetworksAP3915e Installation Guide for information about AP installation procedures.

Extreme Wireless AP3917e

The AP3917 is an IP67 rated outdoor Access Point with 802.11ac dual band 2:2 radios. The AP3917 is easy to install, lightweight, and is available in an internal (AP3917i) and external (AP3917e) antenna model.

Each model includes 802.11 radios, an IoT radio, and a GPS radio. The antennas are built into the AP3917i while you need to install external antennas or terminators for the AP3917e model.

The AP3917e has five external antenna ports and an integrated, BLE/802.15.4 radio.

Figure 5: Top and Side Views of AP3917e

1

2

3

4

IoT/BLE Radio

Radio - 5 GHz

Radio - 2.4 GHz

Status

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9

10

7

8

5

6

11

12

GE1 (PoE IN)

GE2

Console/Reset

2.4 G - Antenna 1 and 2

Vent

5G - Antenna 1

BLE/802.15.4 Antenna

5 G - Antenna 2

Refer to the Extreme NetworksAP3917ie Installation Guide for information about AP installation procedures.

ExtremeWireless AP3965e

The AP3965 enables you to extend your wireless LAN beyond the boundaries of indoor locations. It is resistant to harsh outdoor conditions and extreme temperatures. Using the advanced full mesh wireless distribution feature of the wireless LAN, the AP3965 can extend your wireless LAN to outdoor locations without Ethernet cabling. A mounting bracket is available to enable quick and easy mounting of the

AP3965 to walls and poles. The ExtremeWireless 3965e offers 8 connections for external antennas.

The AP3965 is an 802.11ac AP that supports 802.11a/802.11g and 802.11b legacy devices. It is delivered in a rugged enclosure. The AP3965 interoperates fully with the wireless LAN, including support for wireless VoWLAN, branch office mode, availability and mobility features. The AP3965i provides eight internal antennas, and the AP3965e (

Figure 6

) supports a variety of external antennas, providing range and coverage versatility. For a list of supported antennas for the AP3965, see

Table 8 on page 14.

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Figure 6: AP3965e Front View

Component

1

2

3

Description

4 Radio Antenna Connection ports on each side

LAN Ports (POE)

LAN 1 PDE Port

LAN 2 PSE Port output of DC48V, 0.26A

Console Port and Reset Button

Refer to the ExtremeWireless AP3965i & AP3965e Installation Guide for information about AP installation procedures.

ExtremeWireless AP3935e

The AP3935 is designed to extend your Wireless LAN around indoor locations. The AP3935 supports the 802.11ac and 802.11n wireless standards, with full backward compatibility with legacy 802.11a, and

802.11b/g devices.

The AP3935 interoperates fully with Wireless LANs, including support for VoWLAN, branch office mode, guest services, RTLS, availability, and mobility features. The operating temperature: 0 - 50C. The

AP3935 offers the following features:

• Support for two MIMO 4x4 (up to four 802.11ac spatial streams).

• Two single band radios for dual ‐ band, concurrent operation, optimized for indoor antenna coverage:

• 5 GHz (Radio 1) in any of the following modes: IEEE802.11ac, a/b/g and/or n

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• 2.4 GHz (Radio 2) in any of the following modes: IEEE802.11ac, a/b/g and/or n

• Enclosed in a rectangular, compact case.

• Can be mounted on walls and drop/suspended ceilings.

• Provides 80 MHz Bandwidth at 2.4/5 GHz operation (Channel Bonding).

• Power is provided through two Ethernet ports (LAN port). This is the preferred method of powering the AP on ceiling and wall installations. The AP3935 can also be powered by an external DC power supply by plugging the supply’s input jack into the DC ‐ In port.

• The ExtremeWireless 3935e offers eight connections for external antennas.

For a list of supported antennas for the AP3935, see Table 8

on page 14.

Figure 7: AP3935e Top View

Refer to the ExtremeWireless AP3935i & AP3935e Installation Guide for more information about AP installation procedures.

ExtremeWireless AP3865e

The WS ‐ AP3865e is designed to extend your wireless LAN around indoor locations. It operates fully with the Extreme Networks wireless LAN, including support for Extreme Networks wireless VoWLAN, branch office mode, availability and mobility features. This AP operates in 802.11ac and 802.11n mode and also support 802.11a/802.11g and 802.11b standard legacy devices. It includes mounting brackets. It can be powered directly through the LAN using Power over Ethernet (PoE), or by an external adapter.

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Using the advanced full mesh wireless distribution feature of the wireless LAN, the WS ‐ AP3865e can extend your wireless LAN to outdoor locations without Ethernet cabling. It is resistant to harsh outdoor conditions and extreme temperatures.

For a list of supported antennas for the AP3865, see

Table 9 on page 15.

Figure 8: WS-AP3865e Top/Bottom View

1 Radio 2—Left Antenna (2.4 GHz)

2 Radio 1—Middle Antenna (5.0 GHz)

3 Radio 2—Right Antenna (2.4 GHz)

4 Radio 1—Left Antenna (5.0 GHz)

5 LAN 1 Port (POE Input)

6 Radio 2—Middle Antenna (2.4 GHz)

7 LAN 2 Port (Pwr Out)

8 Radio 1—Right Antenna (5.0 GHz)

Refer to the IdentiFi Wireless WS-AP3865e Installation Guide for information about AP installation procedures.

Note

The AP3660 provides six external antenna ports. The network administrator determines which antenna port will be used based on the external antenna selected. The AP3660 can also be configured to select the antenna that provides the best possible data transmission

(diversity).

ExtremeWireless AP3825e

The AP3825e is designed to extend your wireless LAN around indoor locations. It operates fully with the

Extreme Networks wireless LAN, including support for Extreme Networks wireless VoWLAN, branch office mode, availability and mobility features. This AP operates in 802.11ac and 802.11n mode and also support 802.11a/802.11g and 802.11b standard legacy devices. It includes mounting brackets. It can be powered directly through the LAN using Power over Ethernet (PoE), or by an external adapter.

(110/240V AC/DC)

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WS-AP3825e supports two MIMO 3x3 (up to three 802.11ac spatial streams). It provides two single band radios for dual-band, concurrent operation, optimized for indoor antenna coverage.It provides 40MHz

Bandwidth at 2.4/5 GHz operation (Channel Bonding).

The WS-AP3825e has dual Ethernet (LAN) ports for fault-tolerant network connection and failover.

For a list of supported antennas for the WS-AP3825e, see Table 9

on page 15.

Figure 9: AP3825e External Antenna Cable Installation

1 (not used)

2 Console Port

3 External DC Power Supply Port

4 LAN Port 1

5 LAN Port 2

8

9

6

7

Reset Switch

LEDs

(bottom) Kensington Lock Slot

External antenna connectors (6 R-SMA)

Refer to the IdentiFi Wireless WS-AP3825i & WS-AP3825e Installation Guide for information about AP installation procedures.

ExtremeWireless AP3805e

The WS-AP3805 is designed to extend your wireless LAN around indoor locations. It operates fully with the Extreme Networks wireless LAN, including support for Extreme Networks wireless VoWLAN, branch office mode, availability and mobility features. This AP operates in 802.11ac and 802.11n mode and also support 802.11a/802.11g and 802.11b standard legacy devices. It includes mounting brackets. It can be powered directly through the LAN using Power over Ethernet (PoE), or by an external adapter. An optional, external 12V DC power supply (WS-PSI12V-MR1) may be ordered separately to power the WS-

AP3805 from a standard AC wall outlet.

For a list of supported antennas for the WS-AP3805e, see

Table 9 on page 15.

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Figure 10: AP3805e External Antenna Cable Installation

5

6

3

4

1

Component

2

Description

Antenna Port Radio 1 - Right (5 GHz)

Antenna Port Radio 2 - Right (2.4 GHz)

Antenna Port, Radio 2 - Left (2.4GHz,)

Antenna Port, Radio 1 - Left (5 GHz

LEDs

External Antenna (1 of 4)

Refer to the IdentiFi Wireless WS-AP3805i & WS-AP3805e Installation Guide for the AP3805e installation procedures.

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Antenna Installation

Outdoor Antenna Kits

Installation Overview

Grounding System

Mounting the Antenna

Cable Installation Guidelines

Routine Maintenance

This section provides the information necessary for a professional antenna installer to install the

Extreme Networks antennas.

Warning

Antennas should only be installed by a qualified antenna installer. The antenna installation professional should be licensed or certified in accordance with local regulations.

Do not install the antenna in wet, windy, icy, or otherwise unsafe weather conditions.

Outdoor Antenna Kits

The ExtremeWireless outdoor antenna kits do NOT provide the following items, which may be necessary to install the antenna:

• Mast or other antenna support structure

• Guy wires

• All cables or other hardware necessary for a complete grounding system

• Waterproof tape

Note

It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that an outdoor antenna installation complies with local radio regulations.

Installation Overview

Note

Not all antennas described in this chapter can be used by every wireless access point. Refer to

Antenna Models on page 13 to determine if your access point supports the specified antenna.

The installation process is summarized in the following steps. The following sections in this chapter provide additional details.

1 Make sure the APs are mounted and configured as specified.

2 Plan and implement a grounding system (if applicable) that meets local electrical codes and safety standards.

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3 Install the lightning protector (if applicable).

4 Provide and install an antenna support structure as necessary. Make sure that the support structure is connected to the grounding system (if applicable).

5 Connect the exposed metal connectors of the low-loss antenna cable to the grounding system (if applicable).

6 Mount the antenna to the support structure.

7 Connect the antenna cables.

8 Route and connect the low-loss antenna cable to the lightning protector that has been installed indoors (if applicable).

9 Connect the cable assembly from the AP to the lightning protector (if applicable).

10 After verifying that the communications link is fully operational, secure all cables and use weatherproofing tape to seal all outdoor connectors.

Grounding System

Direct earth grounding of the antenna and the lightning protector is necessary to protect the installation from lightning and the build-up of static electricity.

Caution

The antenna mast, ExtremeWireless AP, and lightning protector must be connected to the same earth ground (with separate grounds), using an equipotential bonding conductor. A good electrical connection should be made to one or more ground rods using at least a

6AWG ground wire and non-corrosive hardware. The grounding system must comply with the

National Electrical Code and safety standards that apply in your country. Always check with a qualified electrician to determine whether your outdoor installation is properly grounded.

The grounding system must satisfy the following requirements:

• The antenna mast, ExtremeWireless AP, and lightning protector must be connected to the same earth ground using an equipotential bonding conductor.

• The antenna and the mounting structure require a separate earth ground connection. Check with a certified antenna installer to make sure the antenna is properly grounded.

• Ensure that the cable between the antenna and lightning protector is at least 0.9 meters (3 feet) away from high-voltage or high-current cable.

• A good electrical connection must be made to one or more ground rods, using at least a 10 AWG ground wire and noncorrosive hardware.

• The grounding system must comply with electrical codes and safety standards that apply in your locality.

• Have a qualified electrician verify that your outdoor installation is properly grounded.

Caution

A properly installed safety grounding system is necessary to protect your ExtremeWireless outdoor installation from lightning strikes and static electricity build-up.

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Mounting the Antenna

This section includes requirements and mounting guidelines for the ExtremeWireless outdoor antennas.

Each antenna mounting section contains an illustration of the antenna, component description, and a mounting procedure.

Selecting a Mast

Note

You must supply your own mast on which to mount an ExtremeWireless antenna.

ExtremeWireless antennas do not come with masts.

To minimize the influence of obstacles, signal interference or reflections, install the antenna at least 2 meters (6 feet) away from all other antennas.

If you need to mount multiple antennas on a single mast, alternate the mounting of directional antennas for vertical and horizontal polarization.

In subfreezing conditions, the communications link could fail if an antenna is exposed to ice buildup or covered with snow.

The mast must satisfy the following requirements:

• The mast must be constructed of sturdy, weatherproof, noncorrosive material such as galvanized or stainless steel construction pipe.

• Antenna mast length must be sufficient to allow an antenna height at least 1.5 meters (5 feet) above the roof peak. If the roof is metal, the antenna height should be a minimum of 3 meters (10 feet) above the roof.

Antenna Polarization

It does not matter what type of polarization you choose for your ExtremeWireless antennas as long as the antenna at one end of the communications link is mounted in the same plane as the antenna at the other end.

Vertical polarization is standard for the ExtremeWireless 14 dBi directional antenna.

To minimize the influence of cross-talk between antennas, you might need to mount the antenna for horizontal polarization when:

• Multiple antennas are mounted on the same antenna mast.

• The wireless link transmissions cross another radio beam from a neighboring installation.

Approved Antennas for the ExtremeWireless APs

Extreme Networks APs using certified external antennas must comply with local laws and regulations.

An approval may be required by the local regulatory authorities. Antenna Models on page 13 lists and

describes the optional antennas that have been tested and approved for use with the APs compatible with external antennas.

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To mount the antennas on the AP2620, refer to the following sections:

Table 12: AP2620 Approved Antennas

External Antenna

WS-AO-DS05360

WS-AI-2S03360

WS-AI-DS06360

WS-AIO-DS05120

WS-AIO-2S07060

WS-AIO-5S12060

WS-AIO-5S17017

WS-AIO-2514090

WS-AIO-5S15090

WS-AIO-2S18018

Mounting Instructions

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-DS05360

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AI-2S03360

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AI-DS06360

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AIO-DS05120

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AIO-2S07060 and WS-

AIO-5S12060

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AIO-2S07060 and WS-

AIO-5S12060

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AIO-5S17017

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AIO-2S14090

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AIO-5S15090

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AIO-2S18018

To mount the antennas on the AP3620 and AP3640, refer to the following sections:

Table 13: AP3620 and AP3640 Approved Antennas

External Antenna Mounting Instructions

WS-AO-DS05360

WS-AO-5D16060

WS-AO-5D23009

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-DS05360

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-5D16060

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-5D23009

WS-AI-DT04360

WS-AI-DT05120

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AI-DT04360

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AI-DT05120

To mount the antennas on the AP3660, refer to the following sections.

Table 14: AP3660 Approved Antennas

External Antenna

WS-AO-DS05360

WS-AIO-2S18018

WS-AO-5D16060

WS-AO-5D23009

WS-AO-DT05120

WS-AO-DT05120-1

Mounting Instructions

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-DS05360

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AIO-2S18018

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-5D16060

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-5D23009

Mounting Antenna Models WS-AO-DT05120, WS-AO-

DT05120-1, and WS-AO-DT05120N

Mounting Antenna Models WS-AO-DT05120, WS-AO-

DT05120-1, and WS-AO-DT05120N

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Table 14: AP3660 Approved Antennas (continued)

External Antenna Mounting Instructions

WS-AO-5S10360

WS-AO-2S10360

WS-ANT21

WS-AO-DX13025

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-2S10360 and WS-

AO-5S10360

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-2S10360 and WS-

AO-5S10360

Mounting Antenna Model WS-ANT21

Mounting Antenna Models WS-AO-DX13025 and WS-

AI-DX07025

To mount the antennas on the AP3765e and AP3767e, refer to the following sections.

Table 15: AP3765e and AP3767e Approved Antennas

External Antenna Mounting Instructions

WS-AO-DS05360 Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-DS05360

WS-AIO-2S18018

WS-AO-5D16060

WS-AO-5D23009

WS-AO-DT05120-1

WS-AO-5S10360

WS-AO-2S10360

WS-AO-DX13025

WS-AO-DX10055N

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AIO-2S18018

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-5D16060

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-5D23009

Mounting Antenna Models WS-AO-DT05120, WS-AO-

DT05120-1, and WS-AO-DT05120N

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-2S10360 and WS-

AO-5S10360

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-2S10360 and WS-

AO-5S10360

Mounting Antenna Models WS-AO-DX13025 and WS-

AI-DX07025

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-DX10055N and WS-

AO-DX10055

To mount the antennas on the AP3710e, refer to the following sections, and AP3725e

Table 16: AP3710e Approved Antennas and AP3725e

External Antenna Mounting Instructions

WS-ANT03

WS-AI-DT04360

WS-AI-DT05120

N/A

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AI-DT04360

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AI-DT05120

WS-AI-DX02360

WS-AI-DX07025

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AI-DX02360

Mounting Antenna Models WS-AO-DX13025 and WS-

AI-DX07025

To mount the antennas on the AP3715e, refer to the following sections. and AP3725e

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Table 17: AP3715e Approved Antennas and AP3725e

External Antenna Mounting Instructions

WS-ANT03 N/A

WS-ANT-2DIP-3

WS-ANT-5DIP-3

WS-AO-DX10055N

WS-AI-DT05120

WS-AI-DX02360

WS-AI-DX07025

Mounting Antenna Model WS-ANT-2DIP-3

Mounting Antenna Model WS-ANT-5DIP-3

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-DX10055N and WS-

AO-DX10055

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AI-DT05120

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AI-DX02360

Mounting Antenna Models WS-AO-DX13025 and WS-

AI-DX07025

To mount the antennas on the AP3825e, refer to the following sections.

Table 18: AP3825e Approved Antennas

External Antenna

WS-ANT-2DIP-3

WS-ANT-5DIP-3

WS-AI-DX10055

WS-AI-DT05120

WS-AI-DX02360

WS-AI-DX07025 and WS-AI-DX07025N

Mounting Instructions

Mounting Antenna Model WS-ANT-2DIP-3

Mounting Antenna Model WS-ANT-5DIP-3

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-DX10055N and

Related Antenna Models

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AI-DT05120

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AI-DX02360

Mounting Antenna Models WS-AO-DX13025 and WS-

AI-DX07025

To mount the antennas on the AP3865e, refer to the following sections.

Table 19: AP3865e Approved Antennas

External Antenna

WS-AO-2DIPN3

WS-AO-5DIPN3

WS-AO-DX10055N

WS-AO-DT05120N

WS-AO-DX02360N3

WS-AO-5D23009N

WS-AO-DX13025N

WS-AO-DX07180N

Mounting Instructions

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-2DIPN3

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-5DIPN3

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-DX10055N and WS-

AO-DX10055

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AI-DT05120

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AI-DX02360

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-5D23009

Mounting Antenna Models WS-AO-DX13025 and WS-

AI-DX07025

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-DX07180N

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For specific information on antennas that support the AP3805e and information on each Wave 2

antenna, refer to Antenna Specifications on page 51.

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-DX10055N and Related Antenna Models

The WS-AO-DX10055N is dual-band six port (three for each band) MIMO antennas providing spatial diversity coverage of 2.4–2.5 GHz WiFi and 5.1–5.9 GHz WiFi WiMAX broadband wireless frequencies in a low profile housing. This antenna provides optimal coverage for areas or events with a large number of mobile data users. It designed for outdoor installations utilizing 802.11n multi-band wireless LAN access point radios.

The following figure shows the WS-AO-DX10055N antenna.

Table 20

lists the cable and connector type for each antenna.

Note

The WS-AO-DX10055N and the WS-AI-DX10055 are the same antenna. The WS-AO-

DX10055N is intended for outdoor use. The WS-AI-DX10055 is intended for indoor use.

Figure 11: WS-AO-DX10055N Antenna

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Table 20: Antenna Cable and Connector Information

Antenna Model Cable Length y p e

WS-AO-DX10055N 39 inches

WS-AI-DX10055 o o t d r

RG316 u

I RG316 o o n d r

39 inches

Connector Type

Standard Polarity, Type N Plug

Reverse Polarity SMA Plug

Connector

Mounting Instructions: WS-AO-DX10055N, WS-AI-DX10055

The antenna includes a fully adjustable mount for pipe or wall mounting. Hardware for wall mounting is

not included in the kit. The table below

lists the parts required for installation. The mount allows the antenna to be vertically or horizontally polarized.

10

11

8

9

6

7

4

5

12

13

14

1

2

3

Table 21: Mount Kit Contents

Item Quantity Description

1

1

4 Nut, 5/16-18,1/2" Hex. 17/64" Thick, Steel Grade 2,NlZN Trivalent

Bolt, Carriage, 5/16-18 x 3/4

Bracket, Mount. Antenna

1

1

1

1

4

4

1

1

4

4

4

Bolt, 5/16-18 x 2 1/2", Hex Head, Steel, Nl ZN Trivalent

Tube, Aluminum, 0.37" ID x 0.50" OD x 1.415"

Washer, Flat, 5/16, 5/8" OD x 11/32" ID x 0.065", Steel, Zinc

Washer, Split Lock, 5/16, Steel Grade 2, Nl ZN Trivalent

Bracket, Mount, Antenna

Screw, Hex Head, 1/4-20 x 2.0,18-8 SS

Nut, Hex, Nylock, 1/4-20 UNC

V-Bolt, 5/16-18 UNC-2A, Med. Carbon Steel, Nl ZN Trivalent

Washer, 1/4 Flat, Steel Grade 2, Nl ZN Trivalent

Nut, Hex 1/4-20, Steel Grade 2, Nl ZN Trivalent

Washer, 1/4, Split Lock, Steel Grade 2, Nl ZN Trivalent

Tools required for attaching mount to antenna and securing to pole:

• 7/16 inch wrench

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• 1/2 inch wrench

To install the antenna:

1 Remove the antenna and mount kit from the packaging, and remove the mount kit contents from its packaging. Confirm that the mount kit includes the contents listed in

Table 21 .

2 Install 1/4-20 x 2" screw (item 9) into the bracket (item 8) with one hole on each flange. Secure with lock nut (item 10). Tighten only until the nut contacts the bracket. Do not over tighten.

Figure 12: Install Screw in Bracket

3 Assemble the brackets item 3) with the arc toward the outside. Slide aluminum spacer (item 5) in between and feed pivot bolt (item 4) through. Install washers and nut (items 1, 6, 7), but do not tighten at this point.

Figure 13: Assemble the Brackets

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4 Assemble locking carriage bolt (item 2) and attach washers and nut (items 1, 6, 7), but do not tighten at this point.

Figure 14: Install Carriage Bolt

5 If mounting hole can be slid over pipe, install V-bolt (item 11) into the pole side bracket (one hole in flange) and loosely secure the washers and nuts (items 1, 6, 7). Otherwise, locate bracket assembly on pipe, and feed the V-bolt through and secure with washers and nut.

Figure 15: Install V-bolt

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6 Attach mount assembly to the antenna using the 1/4-20 hardware in the hardware kit (Items 12, 13,

14). Mount can go on in either direction.

Figure 16: Attach Assembly

7 Set down tilt angle and tighten pivot and carriage bolts.

Figure 17: Set Angle

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Mounting Antenna Model WS-ANT-2DIP-3

Antenna Installation

Figure 18: WS-ANT-2DIP-3 Antenna

To install the antenna, secure the antenna in place by tightening the single nut.

Note

The AP3825 supports up to six antennas. One 3-pack of WS-ANT-2DIP-3 antennas and one 3pack of WS-ANT-5DIP-3 antennas.

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Mounting Antenna Model WS-ANT-5DIP-3

Antenna Installation

Figure 19: WS-ANT-5DIP-3 Antenna

To install the antenna, secure the antenna in place by tightening the single nut.

Note

The AP3825 supports up to six antennas. One 3-pack of WS-ANT-2DIP-3 antennas and one 3pack of WS-ANT-5DIP-3 antennas.

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-2DIPN3

You can mount the WS-AO-2DIPN3 antenna directly to the AP3865e.

Note

This antenna is packaged in 3 antennas to a package (3-pack).

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Figure 20: Mounting the WS-AO-2DIPN3 Antenna to the AP3865e

1 Antenna

2 Nut

3 Standard polarity Type-N plug

4 Standard polarity Type-N jack

5 AP3865e

6 Sealing tape (recommended, but not supplied)

To install the antenna:

1 Secure the antenna in place by tightening the single nut (item 2).

2 Seal the connection between the Type-N jack (item 4) of the AP3865e and the Type-N plug (item 3) of the antenna by wrapping a layer of sealing tape (item 6).

Note

The AP3865e supports one package of WS-AO-2DIPN3 antennas (one 3-pack) as shown

in Figure 20 on page 43.

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-5DIPN3

You can mount the WS-AO-5DIPN3 antenna directly to the AP3865e. The AP3865e supports one package of three WS-AO-5DIPN3 antennas (one 3-pack).

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Figure 21: Mounting the WS-AO-5DIPN3 Antenna to the AP3865e

1 Antenna

2 Nut

3 Standard polarity Type-N plug

4 Standard polarity Type-N jack

5 AP3865e

6 Sealing tape (recommended, but not supplied)

To install the antenna:

1 Secure the antenna in place by tightening the single nut (item 2).

2 Seal the connection between the Type-N jack (item 4) of the AP3865e and the Type-N plug (item 3) of the antenna by wrapping a layer of sealing tape (item 6).

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-DX07180N

The WS-AO-DX07180N is a dual-band, six port (three for each band) Sector antenna providing coverage of 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz broadband wireless frequencies in a low profile housing. The antenna provides optimal coverage for areas or events with a large number of mobile data users. It is designed for outdoor installations using 802.11a/b/g/n multi-band wireless LAN access point radios.

Table 22 lists

connector and cable information for the antenna.

The mounting kit includes a heavy duty articulating mount for a wall or mast mount installation. UL 94-

HB materials are used for compliance with strict building code safety specifications.

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Figure 22: Outdoor Antenna WS-AO-DX07180N with Mounting Bracket

Table 22: Antenna Cables and Connectors

Antenna Model Cable Type Cable Length

WS-AO-DX07180N PFP240UF 5 ft

Qty

6

Connector Type

Standard Polarity, Type N Plug

Mounting Antenna Models WS-AO-DX13025 and WS-AI-DX07025

The WS-AO-DX13025 is designed for outdoor installations, and the WS-AI-DX07025 is designed for

indoor installations. Both antennas use 802.11n multi-band wireless LAN access point radios. Table 23

lists the connector type for each antenna.

Figure 23: WS-AO-DX13025 and WS-AI-DX07025 Antennas

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Table 23: Antenna Connector Connectors

Antenna Model Type

WS-AO-DX13025 Outdoor

WS-AI-DX07025 Indoor

Connector Type

Reverse Polarity, Type N Plug

Reverse Polarity, Type SMA Plug

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AI-DX02360

The WS-AI-DX02360 is a dual-band six port omni-directional MIMO antenna. With separate ports that are designed to operate at 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. Each of the MIMO antenna R-SMA ports can be connected to an access point by means of a coax pigtail.

The antenna is designed for ceiling mounting in indoor locations.

Figure 24: WS-AI-DX02360 Antenna

Mounting the WS-AI-DX02360

For best results, mount the WS-AI-DX02360 at ceiling level near the center of the coverage area. A lineof-sight path between the antenna and active floor locations work best. Avoid mounting next to a column or vertical support that could create a shadow zone and reduce coverage to one portion of the room.

A threaded post on the back side of the Antenna and a mounting nut (supplied with the antenna) are the primary mounting configuration when access is available to both sides of the mounting surface, such as suspended ceiling tile.

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Figure 25: WS-AI-DX02360 Mounting Post and Mounting Nut

To install the antenna in a suspended ceiling:

1 Mark the desired mounting location on the suspended ceiling tile and cut a 40 mm (1.57 in) hole in the tile.

2 Feed the six antenna cables through the hole and press the antenna to the ceiling tile.

3 Secure the antenna with the mounting nut, as shown in

the previous figure .

4 Connect the cables to an access point by means of coax pigtails.

The cables are marked by colored heat-shrink wrap and labels, indicating the three cables for 2.4 GHz connections and the three cables for 5 GHz connections.

A rubber locking gasket is also supplied with the antenna. Use this gasket with the mounting nut only when mounting the antenna to a hard surface.

If access to the back of the mounting surface is not available, use the two mounting holes shown in the previous figure

to attach the antenna with #8 screws and expanding anchors (not supplied).

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-DT05120 and Related Antenna Models

The WS-AO-DT05120 and related models is a 2.4 and 5 GHz dual-band sector antenna that can be mounted in an outdoor location. The WS-AI-DT05120 antenna model is intended for indoor locations.

Each antenna has three connectors and is especially designed for MIMO APs. Table 24

shows connector and cable information. These antennas can also be mounted on a wall or on a pole.

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Figure 26: WS-AO-DT05120 and Related Antenna Models

Table 24: Antenna Cable and Connector Information

Antenna Model Cable Type Cable Length

WS-AO-DT05120 RG316 32 inches

WS-AO-DT05120-1

WS-AO-DT05120N

WS-AI-DT05120

RG316

RG316

RG316

32 inches

32 inches

32 inches

Connector Type

Reverse Polarity, Type N Jack

Reverse Polarity, Type N Plug

Standard Polarity, Type N Plug

Reverse Polarity SMA Plug

Wave 2 Antennas

For specific information on antennas that support the AP3805e and information on each AP39XX series

antenna, refer to Antenna Specifications on page 51.

Cable Installation Guidelines

The cable configuration that you use to connect an AP to an antenna varies. Use the following sections as guidelines for cabling your AP to an antenna.

Do not install the cable in tight positions, as bending or applying excessive force to the connectors may damage the antenna cable. Always allow the cable to bend naturally around corners.

The low-loss antenna cable must be secured along its complete length. Do not allow any part of the cable to hang free. This is particularly important for cable parts that are installed outdoors. The antenna cables and cable connectors are not designed to withstand excessive force:

• Do not use connectors as cable grips to pull cable through raceways or conduits.

• Do not use cable connectors to support the weight of the cable during or after installation.

• Do not use tools to tighten connectors (finger-tighten only).

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Connecting the Cables

Once the antenna is properly installed, you can connect the antenna to the ExtremeWireless AP via the lightning protector.

Take the following steps to connect cables:

1 Verify that the low-loss cable is properly connected to the antenna pigtail.

2 Secure the low-loss cable to the mast such that the cable connectors do not support the full weight of the cable.

Caution

To avoid damage to the antenna cable and connectors, do not use tools to tighten cable connectors.

Precaución: para evitar daños en los cables y el conector de la antena, no use herramientas para apretar los conectores.

Achtung: Verwenden Sie kein Werkzeug zum Anziehen der Kabelanschlüsse. Durch

Werkzeug können das Kabel und die Anschlüsse beschädigt werden.

3 Provide a drip-loop at the bottom of the low-loss cable just before it enters the building.

4 Connect the opposite end of the low-loss cable to the lightning protector.

Caution

To avoid damage to the antenna cable and connectors, do not use tools to tighten cable connectors.

Precaución: para evitar daños en los cables y el conector de la antena, no use herramientas para apretar los conectores.

Achtung: Verwenden Sie kein Werkzeug zum Anziehen der Kabelanschlüsse. Durch

Werkzeug können das Kabel und die Anschlüsse beschädigt werden.

5 Prior to securing the cable along its complete length, refer to

Optimizing Outdoor Point-to-Point

Antenna Placement on page 49. If required, adjust the direction of the antenna.

6 After fully testing the installation, tighten the antenna mounting nuts to lock the antenna into its position.

Caution

To prevent damage, avoid over-tightening the connectors, nuts, and screws used to mount the antenna.

Precaución: evite apretar demasiado los conectores, tuercas y tornillos usados para instalar la antena, para no dañarlos.

Achtung: Beugen Sie Schaden vor, indem Sie die Anschlüsse, Muttern und Schrauben für die Antenne nicht zu fest anziehen.

7 Secure the cable along its complete length. Do not allow any part of the cable to hang free.

8 Using waterproof stretch tape, seal all outdoor connectors.

Optimizing Outdoor Point-to-Point Antenna Placement

If an AP is connected to an outdoor directional antenna, the antenna must point directly at the antenna for the other AP. A misaligned antenna can decrease the signal level or prevent communications.

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Aligning an omni-directional antenna is less critical due to its wide radiation pattern. For optimal performance, make sure the antennas are properly aligned by using a pair of binoculars to point the antennas at each other.

Routine Maintenance

Routine maintenance is required for each lightning protector in your outdoor antenna installation.

Maintenance involves replacing the lightning protector at some interval depending on the lightning/ transient discharge activity in your area.

Note

Contact a local antenna installation company to determine the maintenance schedule for each lightning protector in your outdoor antenna installation.

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Antenna Specifications

External Antennas for Use with Outdoor APs

External Antennas for Use with Indoor APs

This section lists the specifications and radiation patterns for the external antennas supported by various ExtremeWireless AP models. The antenna specifications are organized in this section by their design capability:

• Strictly outdoor

• Combined indoor/outdoor

• Strictly indoor

ExtremeWireless antenna part numbers/descriptions indicate the indoor/outdoor capability of the antenna:

• WS-AO: outdoor

• WS-AIO: indoor/outdoor

• WS-AI: indoor

External Antennas for Use with Outdoor APs

The following antennas are intended for use with outdoor APs only:

Table 25: Outdoor Antennas

Antenna Part Number

30711 (WS-AO-DQ05120N)

30712 (WS-AO-5Q04060N)

30713 (WS-AO-2Q05060N)

30714 (WS-AO-DE07025N)

30715 (WS-AO-DE13025N)

30716 (WS-AO-5Q05025N)

30717 (WS-AO-5Q11025N)

30718 (WS-AO-DE10055N)

30720 (WS-AO-DE07100N)

30724 (WS-AO-DQ04360N)

WS-AO-DS02360N3

WS-AO-DX07180N

WS-AO-DT05120

WS-AO-DT05120-1

Supported APs

AP3965e

AP3965e

AP3965e

AP3965e

AP3965e

AP3965e

AP3965e

AP3965e

AP3965e

AP3965e

AP3865e

AP3865e

AP3865e

AP3765e, AP3767e

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Table 25: Outdoor Antennas (continued)

Antenna Part Number Supported APs

WS-AO-DT05120N

AP3865e

WS-AO-5S10360

WS-AO-2S10360

WS-AO-5D23009

WS-AO-5D16060

WS-AO-2S08360

WS-AO-DS05360

WS-ANT21

WS-AO-DX13025

WS-AO-DX13025N

WS-AO-DX10055

WS-AO-DX10055N

WS-AO-2DIPN3

WS-AO-5DIPN3

AP3765e, AP3767e,

AP3765e, AP3767e,

AP3765e, AP3767e

AP3765e, AP3767e

AP3620, AP3640

AP3765e, AP3767e

AP3660

AP3865e, AP3765e, AP3767e

AP3865e, AP3765e, AP3767e

AP3710e, AP3767e

AP3765e, AP3767e, AP3825e, AP3865e

AP3865e

AP3865e

30711 (WS-AO-DQ05120N)

This 4-port sector antenna can be used for 802.11ac MIMO applications. The four ports can be used individually or in combination with legacy 802.11 access points.

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Figure 27: Outdoor Antenna 30711 (WS-AO-DQ05120N) with Mounting Bracket

Specifications

Table 26: 30711 (WS-AO-DQ05120N) Specifications

Value

Specification

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

2.4 GHz

2.4-2.5 GHz

5-5.5 dBi

90°

100°

1.5-2.0

-40°C to +70°C

Dual-slant linear +-45

.45kg

Wall or pipe mount

20 watts

5GHz

5.1-5.9 GHz

4.5-5.5 dBi

65°

80°

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Table 26: 30711 (WS-AO-DQ05120N) Specifications (continued)

Value

Specification 2.4 GHz

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

200 x 200 x 34 mm

50 ohms

Radiation Patterns

5GHz

Figure 28: 2.4 GHz Horizontal Pattern

Figure 29: 2.4 GHz Vertical Pattern

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Figure 30: 5GHz Horizontal Pattern

Figure 31: 5GHz Vertical Pattern

30712 (WS-AO-5Q04060N)

This 4-port sector antenna can be used for 802.11ac MIMO applications. The four ports can be used individually or in combination with legacy 802.11 access points.

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Figure 32: Outdoor Antenna 30712 (WS-AO-5Q04060N)

Specifications

Table 27: 30712 (WS-AO-5Q04060N) Specifications

Specification Value

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

5.15-5.85 GHz

3-4 dBi

33°

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

50°

1.5-2.0

-40°C to +70°C

Dual-slant linear +-45°

.45kg

Wall or pipe mount

20 watts

200 mm x 200 x 34mm

50 ohms

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Radiation Patterns

Figure 33: 5 GHz Radiation Patterns

Antenna Specifications

30713 (WS-AO-2Q05060N)

This 4-port sector antenna can be used for 802.11ac MIMO applications. The four ports can be used individually or in combination with legacy 802.11 access points.

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Figure 34: Outdoor Antenna 30713 (WS-AO-2Q05060N) with Mounting Bracket

Specifications

Table 28: 30713 (WS-AO-2Q05060N) Specifications

Specification Value

Frequency

Gain

VSWR

2.4-2.5 GHz

4-5 dBi

2.0 Max (1.5 Typ)

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

34°

73°

-40°C to +70°C

Dual-slant, linear +-45°

0.45 kg

Wall or pipe mount

20 watts

7.9 in x 7.9 in x 1.25 in (200 mm x 200 mm x 34 mm)

50 ohms

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Radiation Patterns

Figure 35: 2.4 GHz Horizontal Pattern

Antenna Specifications

Figure 36: 2.4 GHz Vertical Pattern

30714 (WS-AO-DE07025N)

This dual-band 8-port sector antenna can be used for 802.11ac MIMO applications. The antenna covers both 2.4-2.5 GHz and 5.1-5.9 GHz in one radome. The eight ports can be used individually or in combination for use with legacy 802.11 access points.

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Figure 37: Outdoor Antenna 30714 (WS-AO-DE07025N)

Specifications

Table 29: 30714 (WS-AO-DE07025N) Specifications

Value

Specification

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

< 2.25:1

-30°C to +80°C

Dual linear

2.4 GHz

2.4-2.5 GHz

6.5-7.5 dBi

43°

31°

2.27kg

Wall or pipe mount

25 watts

305 mm x 305 x 110.5mm

50 ohms

5GHz

5.1-5.9 GHz

5.5-6.5 dBi

37°

29°

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Radiation Patterns

Figure 38: 2.4GHz Horizontal Pattern

Antenna Specifications

Figure 39: 2.4GHz Vertical Pattern

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Figure 40: 5GHz Horizontal Pattern

Figure 41: 5GHz Vertical Pattern

30715 (WS-AO-DE13025N)

This dual-band 8-port sector antenna can be used for 802.11ac MIMO applications. The antenna covers both 2.4-2.5 GHz and 5.1-5.9 GHz in one radome. The eight ports can be used individually or in combination for use with legacy 802.11 access points.

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Specifications

Figure 42: Outdoor Antenna 30715 (WS-AO-DE13025N)

Table 30: 30715 (WS-AO-DE13025N) Specifications

Value

Specification

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

< 2.25:1

-30°C to +80°C

Dual linear

2.4 GHz

2.4-2.5 GHz

12-13 dBi

43°

31°

2.27kg

Wall or pipe mount

25 watts

305 mm x 305 x 110.5mm

50 ohms

5GHz

5.1-5.9 GHz

11-12 dBi

37°

29°

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Radiation Patterns

Figure 43: 2.4GHz Horizontal Pattern

Antenna Specifications

Figure 44: 2.4GHz Vertical Pattern

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Figure 45: 5GHz Horizontal Pattern

Figure 46: 5GHz Vertical Pattern

30716 (WS-AO-5Q05025N)

The four port sector antennas can be used for 802.11ac MIMO applications that operate in the 5.1-5.9

GHz frequency range. The four elements can be used individually or in combination for use with legacy

802.11 access points.

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Figure 47: Outdoor Antenna 30716 (WS-AO-5Q05025N)

Specifications

Table 31: 30716 (WS-AO-5Q05025N) Specifications

Specification Value

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

5.1-5.9 GHz

3.5 - 4.5 dBi

40°

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

30°

< 2.0:1

-30°C to +80°C

Dual linear

1.36 kg

Wall or pipe mount

25 watts

18.1 x 24.9 x 12.9 cm

50 ohms

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Radiation Patterns

Figure 48: 5 GHz Horizontal Pattern

Antenna Specifications

Figure 49: 5GHz Vertical Pattern

30717 (WS-AO-5Q11025N)

The four port sector antennas can be used for 802.11ac MIMO applications that operate in the 5.1-5.9

GHz frequency range. The four elements can be used individually or in combination for use with legacy

802.11 access points.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 67

Antenna Specifications

Figure 50: Outdoor Antenna 30717 (WS-AO-5Q11025N)

Specifications

Table 32: 30717 (WS-AO-5Q11025N) Specifications

Specification Value

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

5.1-5.9 GHz

10.5 - 11.5 dBi

40°

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

30°

< 2.0:1

-30°C to +80°C

Dual linear

1.36 kg

Wall or pipe mount

25 watts

18.1 x 24.9 x 12.9 cm

50 ohms

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 68

Radiation Patterns

Figure 51: 5 GHz Horizontal Pattern

Antenna Specifications

Figure 52: 5GHz Vertical Pattern

30718 (WS-AO-DE10055N)

The dual-band, 8 port, sector antenna provides spatial diversity coverage of 2.4 and 5 GHz broadband wireless frequencies in a low profile housing. Designed for outdoor installations utilizing 802.11ac MIMO applications. The elements can be used individually or in combination for use with legacy 802.11 access points.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 69

Antenna Specifications

Figure 53: 30718 (WS-AO-DE10055N)

Specifications

Table 33: 30718 (WS-AO-DE10055N) Specifications

Specification

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

2.4 GHz

2.4-2.5 GHz

10-10.5 dBi

44°

51°

< 2.25:1

-30°C to +80°C

Dual linear

2.3kg

Wall or pipe mount

25 watts

305 mm x 305 x 110.5mm

50 ohms

Value

5.1-5.9 GHz

6-7.5 dBi

43°

53°

5GHz

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 70

Radiation Patterns

Figure 54: 2.4 GHz Horizontal Pattern

Antenna Specifications

Figure 55: 2.4 GHz Vertical Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 71

Antenna Specifications

Figure 56: 5GHz Horizontal Pattern

Figure 57: 5GHz Vertical Pattern

30720 (WS-AO-DE07100N)

The dual-band, 8 port, sector antenna provides spatial diversity coverage of 2.4 and 5 GHz broadband wireless frequencies in a low profile housing. Designed for outdoor installations utilizing 802.11n multiband wireless LAN access point radios, it provides coverage for venues with many mobile data users.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 72

Antenna Specifications

Figure 58: Outdoor Antenna 30720 (WS-AO-DE07100N) and Mounting Bracket

Specifications

Table 34: WS-AO-DE07100N Specifications

Value

Specification

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

2.4 GHz

2.4-2.5 GHz

5.7-7 dBi

90°

100°

< 2.0:1

-40°C to +70°C

Vertical

1.3kg

Wall or pipe mount

25 watts

18.1 x 39.9 x 5.1 cm

50 ohms

5.1-5.9 GHz

4-6 dBi

60°

75°

5GHz

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 73

Radiation Patterns

Figure 59: 2.4 GHz Radiation Patterns

Antenna Specifications

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 74

Antenna Specifications

Figure 60: 5 GHz Radiation Patterns

30724 (WS-AO-DQ04360N)

The 30724 dual-band, 4-port, omni-directional antenna can be used for 802.11ac MIMO applications. The antenna covers both 2.4-2.5 GHz and 5.1-5.9 GHz in one radome. The antenna can be mounted on a wall or mast, and mount attachments are included.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 75

Antenna Specifications

Figure 61: 30724 (WS-AO-DQ04360N)

Specifications

Table 35: 30724 (WS-AO-DQ04360N) Specifications

Specification

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

2.4 GHz

2.4-2.5 GHz

4.25-5.5 dBi

60°

Omnidirectional

2:1

-40°C to +85°C

Linear, vertical

1.45kg

Wall or mast mount

5 watts

8.6 x 6.3 inches

21.8 x 16 cm

50 ohms

Value

5.1-5.9 GHz

5-6 dBi

33°

Omnidirectional

5GHz

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 76

Radiation Patterns

Figure 62: 2.4G Horizontal Pattern

Antenna Specifications

Figure 63: 2.4 GHz Vertical Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 77

Antenna Specifications

Figure 64: 5GHz Horizontal Pattern

Figure 65: 5GHz Vertical Pattern

WS-AO-5D23009N (WS-AO-5D23009N)

This antenna provides efficient and stable performance across the band and can be mounted on a pole or wall, indoors and outdoors.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 78

Antenna Specifications

Figure 66: Indoor/Outdoor Antenna WS-AO-5D23009N with Mounting Bracket

Specifications

Table 36: WS-AO-5D23009N Specifications

Specification Value

Frequency

Gain

VSWR

5 GHz

23 dBi

1.5:1 > 2.0:1

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

-40°C-85°C

1.6 kg

Wall or pipe mount, optional heavy -duty mount

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 79

Table 36: WS-AO-5D23009N Specifications (continued)

Specification Value

Power 20 watts

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

340 mm x 340 mm x 30mm

50 ohms

Radiation Patterns

Antenna Specifications

Figure 67: Horizontal Radiation Pattern 5GHz

Figure 68: Vertical Radiation Pattern 5GHz

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 80

Antenna Specifications

WS-AO-DS02360N3

This is a 3-pack of omni-directional antennas with high performance, low profile fixed mount for outdoor applications. The N-male connector at the base allows this antenna to be mounted directly on the radio equipment or other enclosures with the mating bulkhead connector.

Figure 69: Outdoor Antenna WS-AO-DS02360N3

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 81

Antenna Specifications

Specifications

Table 37: WS-AO-DS02360N3 Specifications

Specification

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

Radiation Patterns

2 dBi

60°

360°

Vertical linear

85g

Direct mount

25 watts

50 ohms

2.4 GHz

2.4-2.5 GHz

Value

5GHz

4.9-5.9 GHz

Figure 70: WS-AO-DS02360N3 E-Plane

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 82

Antenna Specifications

Figure 71: WS-AO-DS02360N3 H-Plane

WS-AO-DT05120

The WS ‐ AO ‐ DT05120, WS ‐ AO ‐ DT05120 ‐ 1, and WS ‐ AO ‐ DT05120N antennas are 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz dual ‐ band sector antennas that can be mounted in an outdoor location. These antennas can be used for

802.11n MIMO applications. This antenna can be used with a single access point to provide full dual-band

802.11a/b/g/n MIMO coverage. The three elements can also be used individually or in combination to provide diversity and non-diversity coverage with legacy 802.11a/b/g access points. For mounting instructions, see

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-DT05120 and Related Antenna Models

on page 47.

Figure 72: Outdoor Antenna WS-AO-DT05120

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 83

Antenna Specifications

Specifications

Table 38: WS-AO-DT05120 Specifications

Specification Value

Frequency 2.3–2.7 GHz and 4.9–6.1 GHz

Gain

VSWR

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

5 dBi x3 Typ.

2:1 Max (1.5:1 Typ)

70°, 3 dB

120°, 3 dB

-40°C to +70°C

Vertical and 2 x Dual Slant

260 grams

Wall mount

20 watts

7.9 in x 7.9 in x 1.25 in (200 mm x 200 mm x 33 mm)

50 ohms

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 84

Radiation Patterns

Antenna Specifications

Figure 73: WS-AO-DT05120 2.5 GHz E-Plane Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 85

Antenna Specifications

Figure 74: WS-AO-DT05120 2.5 GHz H-Plan Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 86

Antenna Specifications

Figure 75: WS-AO-DT05120 5.5 GHz E-Plane Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 87

Antenna Specifications

Figure 76: WS-AO-DT05120 5.5 GHz H-Plane Radiation Pattern

WS-AO-DT05120N

This antenna is the WS-AO-DT05120 antenna with a Standard Polarity Type-N Plug Connector. For full

information about this antenna, see WS-AO-DT05120

on page 83. For mounting instructions, see

Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-DT05120 and Related Antenna Models

on page 47.

Specifications

Table 39: WS-AO-DT05120N Specifications

Specification Value

Frequency 2.4-2.5 GHz

Gain

VSWR

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

5 dBi

1.8 Max (1.5 Typ)

90°/60°

100°/75°

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 88

Antenna Specifications

Table 39: WS-AO-DT05120N Specifications (continued)

Specification Value

Operating Temperature Range -40°C to +70°C

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

Vertical, linear +-45° slant linear

0.45 kg

Wall mount

20 watts

7.9 in x 7.9 in x 1.25 in (200 mm x 200 mm x 34 mm)

50 ohms

Radiation Patterns

Figure 77: 2.5GHz Elevation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 89

Antenna Specifications

Figure 78: 5 GHz Elevation Pattern

Figure 79: 2.5GHz Azimuth Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 90

Antenna Specifications

Figure 80: 5 GHz Azimuth Pattern

WS-AO-DX07180N

This antenna is a dual-band six port (three for each band) Sector antenna providing coverage of 2.4

GHz and 5 GHz broadband wireless frequencies in a low profile housing. The antenna provides optimal coverage for areas or events with a large number of mobile data users. It is designed for outdoor

installations using 802.11a/b/g/n multi-band wireless LAN access point radios. Table 22 on page 45 lists

the connector and cable information for the antenna.

Figure 81: Outdoor Antenna WS-AO-DX07180N with Mounting Bracket

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 91

Specifications

Table 40: WS-AO-DX07180N Specifications

Specification Value

Frequency Range 2.4–2.5 GHz and 5.1–5.9 GHz

Impedance

Gain

VSWR

Vertical Beamwidth (3 dB)

Horizontal Beamwidth (3 dB)

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Max Power

Dimensions

Weight

Mount

Connector

50 ohms

6 dBi @ 2.4 GHz

7.2 dBi @ 5 GHz

< 1.5:1 (or > 14 dB)

70 @ 2.4 GHz / 30 @ 5 GHz

100 @ 2.4 GHz / 90 @ 5 GHz

-40 to +70 C

Vertical

20 W

11.5 x 8.0 x 2.0 (inches)

29.21 x 20.44 X 5.08 (cm)

2.5 (lbs)

1.13 (kg)

Wall or Mast Mount

Female, Type-N, Bottom Feed

Antenna Specifications

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 92

Radiation Patterns

Antenna Specifications

Figure 82: WS-AO-DX0718N E-Plane

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 93

Antenna Specifications

Figure 83: WS-AO-DX0718N H-Plane

WS-AO-DX13025

This dual-band MIMO antenna provides spatial diversity coverage of 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz WiFi. It is designed to provide optimal coverage for areas with many mobile users. Designed for outdoor or inbuilding installations that utilize 802.11n multi-band wireless LAN access point radios. This antenna uses

a Reverse Polarity Type-N Plug Connector. For mounting instructions, see Mounting Antenna Models

WS-AO-DX13025 and WS-AI-DX07025

on page 45.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 94

Antenna Specifications

Figure 84: Outdoor Antenna WS-AO-DX13025

Specifications

Table 41: WS-AO-DX13025 Specifications

Specification Value

Frequency

Gain

VSWR

2.4–2.5 GHz and 5.1–5.9 GHz

12.5 dBi / 11.5 dBi

1.7 typical, 2.0 maximum

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

48/ 40

27/ 30

-40C to +85C

Dual Linear (2 x V / 1 X H) for each band

8.0 lb (2.99 kg)

Pipe or wall installation

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 95

Antenna Specifications

Table 41: WS-AO-DX13025 Specifications (continued)

Specification Value

Power 25 watts

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

18.75 in x 18.75 in x 5.125 in (476.25 x 476.25 x 130.18 mm)

50 ohms

Radiation Patterns

Figure 85: WS-AO-DX13025 2.4 GHz Vertical Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 96

Antenna Specifications

Figure 86: WS-AO-DX13025 2.4 GHz Horizontal Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 97

Antenna Specifications

Figure 87: WS-AO-DX13025 5 GHz Vertical Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 98

Antenna Specifications

Figure 88: WS-AO-DX13025 5 GHz Horizontal Radiation Pattern

WS-AO-DX13025N

This antenna is the WS-AO-DX13025 standard antenna with a Standard Polarity Type-N Plug Connector on a 58 inch cable. For more information, see

WS-AO-DX13025

on page 94.

Specifications

Table 42: WS-AO-DX13025N Specifications

Specification Value

Frequency

Gain

VSWR

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

2.4–2.5 GHz and 5.1–5.9 GHz

12.5 dBi / 11.5 dBi

1.7 typical, 2.0 maximum

48/ 40

27/ 30

-40C to +85C

Dual Linear (2 x V / 1 X H) for each band

1.6 kg

Pipe or wall installation

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 99

Table 42: WS-AO-DX13025N Specifications (continued)

Specification Value

Power 25 watts

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

340 x 340 x 30 mm

50 ohms

Radiation Patterns

Antenna Specifications

Figure 89: WS-AO-DX13025 2.4 GHz Vertical Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 100

Antenna Specifications

Figure 90: WS-AO-DX13025 2.4 GHz Horizontal Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 101

Antenna Specifications

Figure 91: WS-AO-DX13025 5 GHz Vertical Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 102

Antenna Specifications

Figure 92: WS-AO-DX13025 5 GHz Horizontal Radiation Pattern

WS-AO-DX10055N

This dual-band MIMO antenna provides spatial diversity coverage of 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz WiFi. This antenna uses a Standard Polarity Type-N Plug Connector on a 39 inch cable. For mounting instructions,

see Mounting Antenna Model WS-AO-DX10055N and Related Antenna Models on page 36.

For information about the indoor model of this antenna, see

WS-AI-DX10055

on page 149.

Note

The WS-AO-DX10055N and the WS-AI-DX10055 are the same antenna. The WS-AO-

DX10055N is intended for outdoor use. The WS-AI-DX10055 is intended for indoor use.

Figure 93: Outdoor Antenna WS-AO-DX10055N

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 103

Antenna Specifications

Specifications

Table 43: WS-AO-DX10055N Specifications

Specification Value

Frequency 2.4–2.5 GHz and 5.15–5.85 GHz

Gain

VSWR

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Mounting Method

Power

Dimensions

Input Impedance

10 dBi / 6 dBi

< 2.0:1

30/ 35

60/ 55

-40C to +70C

Linear, vertical

Heavy duty articulating mount (included)

25 watts

9.1 in x 6.6 in x 1.6 in (231.14 x 167.64 x 40.64 mm)

50 ohms

Radiation Patterns

Figure 94: WS-AO-DX10055N 2.4 GHz Vertical Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 104

Antenna Specifications

Figure 95: WS-AO-DX10055N 5.0 GHz Vertical Radiation Pattern

WS-AO-2DIPN3

This antenna is packaged three antennas to a package (3-pack). For more information, see Mounting

Antenna Model WS-AO-2DIPN3

on page 42.

Specifications

Table 44: WS-AO-2DIPN3 Specifications

Specification

Frequency Range

Working Voltage.

V.S.W.R

Dielectric Withstanding

Voltage Insulation Resistance

Operating Temperature Range

Recommended coupling nut torque

Coupling nut retention force

Impedance

Value

0–6 GHz

</- 1000 Vrms

</- 1.5

</- 2500 Vrms

>/- 5000 Megohms

-65°C to +165°C

6.0 in-lb–10.0 in-lb

>/- 100 lb

50 ohms

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 105

Radiation Patterns

Antenna Specifications

Figure 96: WS-AO-2DIPN3 H-Plane Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 106

Antenna Specifications

Figure 97: WS-AO-2DIPN3 E-Plane Radiation Pattern

WS-AO-5DIPN3

This 5 GHz Dipole antenna is packaged three antennas to a package (3-pack).

Specifications

Table 45: WS-AO-5DIPN3 Specifications

Specification

Frequency Range

Working Voltage.

V.S.W.R

Dielectric Withstanding

Voltage Insulation Resistance

Operating Temperature Range

Recommended coupling nut torque

Coupling nut retention force

Impedance

Value

0–6 GHz

</- 1000 Vrms

</- 1.5

</- 2500 Vrms

>/- 5000 Megohms

-65°C to +165°C

6.0 in-lb–10.0 in-lb

>/- 100 lb

50 ohms

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 107

Radiation Patterns

Antenna Specifications

Figure 98: WS-AO-5DIPN3 2D Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 108

Antenna Specifications

Figure 99: WS-AO-5DIPN3 5150 MHz 3D Radiation Pattern

AP3917e Antenna Patterns

Table 46: Antennas Required for AP3917e

ML-2452-HPAG5A8-01

ML-2452-HPAG4A6-01

ML-2452-HPA6X6-036

30724 WS-AO-DQ04360N

ML-2499-HPA4-01

ML-2452-HPA6-01

Dipole Omni, 7.5dBi/8dBi, dual band, outdoor with standard N Plug connector (up to 5 per AP)

Dipole Omni, 4dBi/7.3dBi, dual band, outdoor with standard N Plug connector (up to 5 per AP)

Dipole Omni Array, 4dBi/6dBi, dual band, outdoor with six feed 36" leads and standard N Plug connectors

Dipole Omni Array, 4dBi/7.3dBi, dual band, outdoor with quad feed 36" leads and standard N Plug connectors

Dipole Omni, 4.5dBi, 2.4GHz only, outdoor with standard N Plug connector (up to 5 per AP)

Dipole Omni, 5.3/4.6/6.1dBi, dual band, outdoor with standard N Plug connector (up to 5 per AP)

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 109

Antenna Specifications

Table 46: Antennas Required for AP3917e (continued)

ML-5299-HPA5-01 Dipole Omni, 5.6dBi, 5GHz only, outdoor with standard

N Plug connector (up to 5 per AP)

ML-2499-HPA8-01 Dipole Omni, 8dBi, 2.4GHz only, outdoor with standard

N Plug connector (up to 5 per AP)

ML-2499-FHPA5-01R

ML-5299-FHPA6-01R

ML-2452-PNA5-01R

ML-2452-PNA7-01R

ML-2452-PNL6M4-N36

ML-2452-SEC6M4-N36

ML-2452-SEC6M4-N30

ML-2452-PNL9M3-N36

Dipole Omni, 5dBi, 2.4GHz only, outdoor with single feed 48" lead and standard N Plug connector (up to 5 per AP)

Dipole Omni, 8.25dBi, 5GHz only, outdoor with standard

N Plug connector (up to 5 per AP)

Panel, 120 deg, 5.5dBi/6dBi, dual band, outdoor with single feed 12" lead and standard N Plug connector (up to 5 per AP)

Panel, 52 deg, 8dBi/12dBi, dual band, outdoor with single feed 12" lead and standard N Plug connector (up to 5 per AP)

Polarized Panel, 90 deg, 5.7/6.7/5.5dBi, dual band, outdoor with quad feed 30" leads and standard N Plug connectors

Polarized Panel, 100 deg, 6.92dBi/7.23dBi, dual band, outdoor with quad feed 32" leads and standard N Plug connectors

Polarized Panel, 60 deg, 5.5dBi/6dBi, dual band, outdoor with quad feed 30" leads and standard N Plug connectors

Polarized Panel, 75/55 deg, 11dBi/10.7dBi, dual band, outdoor with triple feed 36" leads and standard N Plug connectors (cannot be used on BLE port)

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 110

Antenna Specifications

Radiation Patterns

Figure 100: 2.4 GHz Horizontal and Vertical Pattern

Figure 101: 5 GHz Horizontal and Vertical Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 111

Antenna Specifications

Figure 102: IoT Horizontal and Vertical Pattern

External Antennas for Use with Indoor APs

The following antennas are intended for use with indoor APs only:

Table 47: Indoor Antennas

Antenna Part Number

30702 (WS-AI-DQ05120)

30703 (WS-AI-5Q04060)

30704 (WS-AI-2Q05060)

30705 (WS-AI-DE07025)

30706 (WS-AI-5Q05025)

30707 (WS-AI-DE10055)

30709 (WS-ANT-2DIP-4)

30710 (WS-ANT-5DIP-4)

WS-AI-DD05120

WS-AI-DQ04360

WS-AI-DT05120

WS-AI-DT04360

WS-AI-DS06360

WS-AI-2S03360

WS-AI-DX02360

WS-AI-DX07025

WS-AI-DX10055

Supported APs

AP3935e

AP3935e

AP3935e

AP3935e

AP3935e

AP3935e

AP3935e

AP3935e

AP3805e

AP3935e, AP3805e

AP3710e, AP3825e

AP3710e, AP3805e

AP2620

AP2620

AP3825e, AP3710e

AP3825e

AP3825e, AP3710e, AP3715e

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 112

Antenna Specifications

Table 47: Indoor Antennas (continued)

Antenna Part Number Supported APs

WS-ANT01 AP2620

WS-ANT02

WS-ANT-2DIP-2

WS-ANT-5DIP-2

WS-ANT-2DIP3

WS-ANT-5DIP3

AP3620, AP3640

AP3805e

AP3805e

AP3825e, AP3715e

AP3825e, AP3715e

30702 (WS-AI-DQ05120)

This dual-band, 4-port sector antenna can be used for 802.11ac MIMO applications. The antenna covers both 2.4-2.5 GHz and 5.1-5.9 GHz in one randome. The randome is constructed from lightweight, durable UV stable plastic. The four elements can also be used individually or in combination for use with legacy 802.11 access points.

Figure 103: Indoor Antenna 30702 (WS-AI-DQ05120) With Mounting Bracket

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 113

Antenna Specifications

Specifications

Table 48: 30702 (WS-AI-DQ05120) Specifications

Specification

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

Radiation Patterns

2.4 GHz

2.4-2.5 GHz

5-5.5 dBi

90°

100°

1.5-2.0

-40°C to +70°C

Dual-slant linear +-45

.45 kg

Wall or pipe mount

20 watts

200 x 200 x 34 mm

50 ohms

Value

5GHz

5.1-5.9 GHz

4.5-5.5 dBi

65°

80°

Figure 104: 2.4 GHz Horizontal Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 114

Antenna Specifications

Figure 105: 2.4 GHz Vertical Pattern

Figure 106: 5GHz Horizontal Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 115

Antenna Specifications

Figure 107: 5GHz Vertical Pattern

30703 (WS-AI-5Q04060)

This 4-port sector antenna can be used for 802.11ac MIMO applications. The randome is constructed from lightweight, durable, UV stable plastic. The four ports can be used individually or in combination for use with 802.11 legacy access points.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 116

Antenna Specifications

Figure 108: Indoor Antenna 30703 (WS-AI-5Q04060) With Bracket

Specifications

Table 49: 30703 (WS-AI-5Q04060) Specifications

Specification Value

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

5.15-5.85 GHz

3-4 dBi

33°

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

50°

1.5-2.0

-40°C to +70°C

Dual-slant linear +-45°

.45kg

Wall or pipe mount

20 watts

200 mm x 200 x 34mm

50 ohms

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 117

Radiation Patterns

Antenna Specifications

Figure 109: 30703 5GHz Horizontal Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 118

Antenna Specifications

Figure 110: 30703 5GHz Vertical Pattern

30704 (WS-AI-2Q05060)

This 4-port sector antenna can be used for 802.11ac MIMO applications. The randome is constructed from lightweight, durable, UV stable plastic. The four ports can be used individually or in combination for use with 802.11 legacy access points.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 119

Antenna Specifications

Figure 111: Indoor Antenna 30704 (WS-AI-2Q05060)

Specifications

Table 50: 30704 (WS-AI-2Q05060) Specifications

Specification Value

Frequency

Gain

VSWR

2.4-2.5 GHz

4-5 dBi

2.0 Max (1.5 Typ)

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

34°

73°

-40°C to +70°C

Dual-slant, linear +-45°

0.45 kg

Wall or pipe mount

20 watts

7.9 in x 7.9 in x 1.25 in (200 mm x 200 mm x 34 mm)

50 ohms

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 120

Radiation Patterns

Figure 112: 2.4 GHz Horizontal Pattern

Antenna Specifications

Figure 113: 2.4 GHz Vertical Pattern

30705 (WS-AI-DE07025)

This dual-band 8-port sector antenna can be used for 802.11ac MIMO applications. The antenna covers both 2.4-2.5 GHz and 5.1-5.9 GHz in one radome. The eight ports can be used individually or in combination for use with legacy 802.11 access points.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 121

Antenna Specifications

Figure 114: Indoor Antenna 30705 (WS-AI-DE07025)

Specifications

Table 51: 30705 (WS-AI-DE07025) Specifications

Value

Specification

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

< 2.25:1

-30°C to +80°C

Dual linear

2.4 GHz

2.4-2.5 GHz

6.5-7.5 dBi

43°

31°

2.27kg

Wall or pipe mount

25 watts

305 mm x 305 x 110.5mm

50 ohms

5GHz

5.1-5.9 GHz

5.5-6.5 dBi

37°

29°

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 122

Radiation Patterns

Figure 115: 2.4GHz Horizontal Pattern

Antenna Specifications

Figure 116: 2.4GHz Vertical Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 123

Antenna Specifications

Figure 117: 5GHz Horizontal Pattern

Figure 118: 5GHz Vertical Pattern

30706 (WS-AI-5Q05025)

The four port sector antennas can be used for 802.11ac MIMO applications that operate in the 5.1-5.9

GHz frequency range. The four elements can be used individually or in combination for use with legacy

802.11 access points.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 124

Antenna Specifications

Figure 119: Indoor Antenna 30706 (WS-AI-5Q05025)

Specifications

Table 52: 30706 (WS-AI-5Q05025) Specifications

Specification Value

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

5.1-5.9 GHz

3.5 - 4.5 dBi

40°

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

30°

< 2.0:1

-30°C to +80°C

Dual linear

1.36 kg

Wall or pipe mount

25 watts

18.1 x 24.9 x 12.9 cm

50 ohms

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 125

Radiation Patterns

Figure 120: 5 GHz Horizontal Pattern

Antenna Specifications

Figure 121: 5GHz Vertical Pattern

30707 (WS-AI-DE10055)

This dual-band 8-port sector antenna can be used for 802.11ac MIMO applications. The antenna covers both 2.4-2.5 GHz and 5.1-5.9 GHz in one randome. The randome is constructed from lightweight, durable, UV stable plastic. The elements can be used individually or in combination for use with legacy

802.11 access points.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 126

Antenna Specifications

Figure 122: Indoor Antenna 30707 (WS-AI-DE10055)

Specifications

Table 53: 30707 (WS-AI-DE10055) Specifications

Value

Specification

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

2.4 GHz

2.4-2.5 GHz

10-10.5 dBi

44°

51°

< 2.25:1

-30°C to +80°C

Dual linear

2.3kg

Wall or pipe mount

25 watts

305 mm x 305 x 110.5mm

50 ohms

5.1-5.9 GHz

6-7.5 dBi

43°

53°

5GHz

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 127

Radiation Patterns

Figure 123: 2.4 GHz Horizontal Pattern

Antenna Specifications

Figure 124: 2.4 GHz Vertical Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 128

Antenna Specifications

Figure 125: 5GHz Horizontal Pattern

Figure 126: 5GHz Vertical Pattern

30709 (WS-ANT-2DIP-4)

This 2.4 GHz Dipole antenna is provided in a 4-pack of antennas supporting the AP3935 indoor access point. For more information, see

WS-ANT-2DIP-2

on page 153.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 129

Antenna Specifications

30710 (WS-ANT-5DIP-4)

This 5 GHz Dipole antenna is provided in a 4-pack of antennas supporting the AP3935 indoor access point. For more information, see

WS-ANT-5DIP-2

on page 157.

WS-AI-DD05120

This dual-band, two-element sector antenna can be used for 802.11n MIMO applications. The antenna covers both 2.4-2.5 GHz and 4.9-5.875 GHz in one radome. This antenna can be used with a single access point to provide full dual-band 802.11a/b/g/n MIMO coverage. The two elements can also be used individually or in combination to provide diversity and non-diversity coverage with legacy

802.11a/b/g access points.

Figure 127: Indoor Antenna WS-AI-DD05120

Specifications

Table 54: WS-AI-DD05120 Specifications

Specification

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

1.5-1.8

-40°C to +70°C

+-45° slant linear

0.45kg

2.4 GHz

2.3-2.7 GHz

6 dBi

60°

90°

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2

Value

5GHz

4.9-6.1 GHz

5 dBi

75°

110°

130

Antenna Specifications

Table 54: WS-AI-DD05120 Specifications (continued)

Value

Specification

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

2.4 GHz

Wall mount

20 watts

200 mm x 200 x 32mm

50 ohms

Radiation Patterns

5GHz

Figure 128: WS-AI-DD05120 2.4 GHz E-Plane

Figure 129: WS-AI-DD05120 2.4 GHz H-Plane

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 131

Antenna Specifications

Figure 130: WS-AI-DD05120 5GHz E-Plane

Figure 131: WS-AI-DD05120 5 GHz H-Plane

WS-AI-DQ04360

This dual-band 802.11n MIMO antenna provides 4-port diversity coverage of 2.4-2.5 GHz Wifi and

4.9-5.9 GHz broadband wireless frequencies. It is designed for indoor installations.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 132

Antenna Specifications

Figure 132: Indoor Antenna WS-AI-DQ04360

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 133

Antenna Specifications

Specifications

Table 55: WS-AI-DQ04360 Specifications

Specification

Frequency

Gain

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

VSWR

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

2.4 GHz

2.4-2.5 GHz

4 dBi

45°

60°

< 2.0:1

-40°C to +80°C

Linear, vertical

Wall or pole mount

5 watts

17.96 x 12.88 x 3.30 cm

50 ohms

Value

4.9-5.9 GHz

7 dBi

30°

50°

5GHz

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 134

Radiation Patterns

Antenna Specifications

Figure 133: WS-AI-DQ04360 2.4GHz

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 135

Antenna Specifications

Figure 134: WS-AI-DQ04360 5GHz

WS-AI-DT05120

This dual-band 3-element sector antenna can be used for 802.11n MIMO applications. The antenna covers both 2.4-2.5 GHz and 4.9-5.9 GHz in one randome. This antenna can be used with a single access point to provide full dual-band 802.11a/g/b/n MIMO coverage. The three elements can be used individually or in combination to provide diversity/non-diversity coverage with legacy 802.11a/g/b/n access points. For more information, see #unique_112 .

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 136

Antenna Specifications

Figure 135: Indoor Antenna WS-AI-DT05120

Specifications

Table 56: WS-AI-DT05120 Specifications

Specification Value

Antenna Type

Frequency

Gain

MIMO; Sector; Dual-band

2.3–2.7 GHz and 4.9–6.1 GHz

5 dBi x 3 Typical

VSWR

Polarization

H-Plane Beamwidth

E-Plane Beamwidth

Operating Temperature

Weight

Dimensions

Mounting Style

Power

Nominal Impedance

Service Life

2:1 (typ. 1.5:1)

Vertical and Dual Slant

120°

70°

-40°C to +70°C (-40°F to +158°F)

0.6 lb (0.26 kg)

7.9 in x 7.9 in x 1.25 in (200 mm x 200 mm x 33 mm)

Wall mount

20 watts

50 ohms

10 years

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 137

Radiation Patterns

Antenna Specifications

Figure 136: WS-AI-DT05120 2.5 GHz E-Plane Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 138

Antenna Specifications

Figure 137: WS-AI-DT05120 2.5 GHz H-Plan Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 139

Antenna Specifications

Figure 138: WS-AI-DT05120 5.5 GHz E-Plane Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 140

Antenna Specifications

Figure 139: WS-AI-DT05120 5.5 GHz H-Plane Radiation Pattern

WS-AI-DT04360

This is a ceiling mounted 2.4 and 5 GHz omnidirectional antenna. It has three connectors and is especially designed for MIMO APs. For more information, see #unique_111 .

Specifications

Table 57: WS-AI-DT04360 Specifications

Specification Value

Antenna Type

Frequency

Gain

MIMO; Panel

2.4–2.5 GHz and 4.9–5.9 GHz

2.4 GHz

5 GHz

3.0 dBi

4.0 dBi

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 141

Table 57: WS-AI-DT04360 Specifications (continued)

Specification Value

VSWR 2.0:1

Polarization

Elevation Beamwidth

Azimuth Beamwidth

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Linear

60°

Omnidirectional

Ceiling grid/Suspension tile

2 watts

12.1 in x 8.6 in x 3.6 in (308 mm x 22 m x 92 mm)

Radiation Patterns

Antenna Specifications

Figure 140: WS-AI-DT04360 2.5 GHz E-Plane Radiation Pattern

Figure 141: WS-AI-DT04360 2.5 GHz H-Plane Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 142

Antenna Specifications

Figure 142: WS-AI-DT04360 5.47 GHz E-Plane Radiation Pattern

Figure 143: WS-AI-DT04360 5.47 GHz H-Plane Radiation Pattern

WS-AI-DX02360

This is a dual-band six port omni-directional MIMO antenna. Three ports are designed to operate at 2.4

GHz and three ports are designed to operate at 5 GHz. Each of the MIMO antenna R-SMA ports can be connected to an access point by means of a coax pigtail. For more information, see

Mounting Antenna

Model WS-AI-DX02360 on page 46.

Specifications

Table 58: WS-AI-DX02360 Specifications

Specification Value

Antenna Type

Frequency

MIMO; Dual-band

2.4–2.5 GHz and 5.15–5.85 GHz

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 143

Antenna Specifications

Table 58: WS-AI-DX02360 Specifications (continued)

Specification Value

Gain @ 45° from horizon 2 dBi

VSWR

Polarization

H-Plane (3dB Beamwidth)

E-Plane (3dB Beamwidth)

Operating Temperature

Weight

Dimensions

Mounting Style

Power

2:1

Linear, 6 Vertical

Omnidirectional

75° @ 2.4–2.5 GHz/42° @ 5.15–5.85 GHz

-xx°C to +xx°C (-xx°F to +xxx°F)

1.5 lb (0.7 kg)

8.6 in x 1.7in (219 mm x 44 mm)

Ceiling suspended tile

5 watts

Radiation Patterns

In the following figures, the E0-plane pattern is blue, the E90-plane pattern is red, and the H-plane pattern is green.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 144

Antenna Specifications

Figure 144: WS-AI-DX02360 2.4 MHz Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 145

Antenna Specifications

Figure 145: WS-AI-DX02360 5.15 MHz Radiation Pattern

WS-AI-DX07025

This is a dual-band, six port (three for each band) MIMO antenna providing spatial diversity coverage of

2.4–2.5 GHz WiFi and 5.1–5.9 GHz WiFi WiMAX broadband wireless frequencies in a low profile housing.

The antennas provide optimal coverage for areas or events with a large number of mobile data users.

For more information, see

WS-AO-DX13025 on page 94. For mounting instructions, see

Mounting

Antenna Models WS-AO-DX13025 and WS-AI-DX07025 on page 45.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 146

Antenna Specifications

Specifications

Table 59: WS-AI-DX07025 Specifications

Specification

Frequency

Gain

VSWR

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Weight

Mounting Style

Power

Dimensions

Nominal Impedance

Value

2.4–2.5 GHz and 5.1–5.9 GHz

6.5 dBi / 5.5 dBi

1.7 typical, 2.0 maximum

48/ 40

27/ 30

-40C to +85C

Dual Linear (2 x V / 1 X H) for each band

8.0 lb (2.99 kg)

Pipe or wall installation

25 watts

18.75 in x 18.75 in x 5.125 in (476.25 x 476.25 x 130.18

mm)

50 ohms

Radiation Patterns

Figure 146: WS-AI-DX07025 2.4 GHz E-Plane Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 147

Antenna Specifications

Figure 147: WS-AI-DX07025 2.4 GHz H-Plane Radiation Pattern

Figure 148: WS-AI-DX07025 5 GHz E-Plane Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 148

Antenna Specifications

Figure 149: WS-AI-DX07025 5 GHz H-Plane Radiation Pattern

WS-AI-DX10055

This dual-band MIMO antenna provides spatial diversity coverage of 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz WiFi.

• This antenna is for indoor use.

• This antenna uses a Reverse Polarity SMA Plug Connector on a 39 inch cable.

For more information, see

WS-AO-DX10055N

on page 103.

Note

The WS-AO-DX10055N and the WS-AI-DX10055 are the same antenna. The WS-AO-

DX10055N is intended for outdoor use. The WS-AI-DX10055 is intended for indoor use.

Specifications

Table 60: WS-AI-DX10055 Specifications

Specification Value

Frequency

Gain

2.4–2.5 GHz and 5.15–5.85 GHz

10 dBi / 6 dBi

VSWR

Vertical Beamwidth

Horizontal Beamwidth

Operating Temperature Range

Polarization

Mounting Method

Power

< 2.0:1

30/ 35

60/ 55

-40C to +70C

Linear, vertical

Heavy duty articulating mount (included)

25 watts

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 149

Table 60: WS-AI-DX10055 Specifications (continued)

Specification Value

Dimensions 9.1 in x 6.6 in x 1.6 in (231.14 x 167.64 x 40.64 mm)

Input Impedance 50 ohms

Radiation Patterns

Antenna Specifications

Figure 150: WS-AI-DX10055 2.5 GHz Vertical Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 150

Antenna Specifications

Figure 151: WS-AI-DX10055 2.5 GHz Horizontal Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 151

Antenna Specifications

Figure 152: WS-AI-DX10055 5.5 GHz Vertical Radiation Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 152

Antenna Specifications

Figure 153: WS-AI-DX10055 5.5 GHz Horizontal Radiation Pattern

WS-ANT-2DIP-2

This two-pack, 2.4 GHz antenna assembly is used for indoor installations to support the AP3805e. This antenna is also packaged in a 3-pack under product number WS-ANT-2DIP-3, and packaged in a 4-pack under product number 30709 (WS-ANT-2DIP-4). Refer to the information provided in this topic for these antennas.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 153

Antenna Specifications

Figure 154: Indoor Antenna WS-ANT-2DIP-2

Specifications

Table 61: WS-ANT-2DIP-2 Specifications

Specification

Frequency Range

Working Voltage

V.S.W.R.

Value

0–6 GHz

</- 170 Vrms

</- 1.5

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 154

Table 61: WS-ANT-2DIP-2 Specifications (continued)

Specification Value

Dielectric Withstanding </- 500 Vrms

Voltage Insulation Resistance

Operating Temperature Range

Recommended coupling nut torque

Coupling nut retention force

Contact Proof Torque

Durability (mating)

Impedance

>/- 2000 Megohms

-65°C to +165°C

4.0 in-lb–8.8 in-lb

>/- 60 lb

15 in-lb min.

>/- 500 cycles

50 ohms

Radiation Patterns

Antenna Specifications

Figure 155: 3D Radiation Pattern 2.4GHz

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 155

Antenna Specifications

Figure 156: 3D Radiation Pattern 2.45GHz

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 156

Antenna Specifications

Figure 157: 3D Radiation Pattern 2.5GHz

WS-ANT-5DIP-2

This two-pack, 5GHz antenna assembly is used for indoor installations to support the AP3805e. This antenna is packaged in a 3-pack under product number WS-ANT-5DIP-3, and packaged in a 4-pack under product number 30710 (WS-ANT-5DIP-4). Refer to the information provided here for all these antennas.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 157

Antenna Specifications

Figure 158: Indoor Antenna WS-ANT-5DIP-2

Specifications

Table 62: WS-ANT-5DIP-2 Specifications

Specification

Frequency Range

Working Voltage

V.S.W.R.

Value

0–6 GHz

</- 170 Vrms

</- 1.5

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 158

Table 62: WS-ANT-5DIP-2 Specifications (continued)

Specification Value

Dielectric Withstanding </- 500 Vrms

Voltage Insulation Resistance

Operating Temperature Range

Recommended coupling nut torque

Coupling nut retention force

Contact Proof Torque

Durability (mating)

Impedance

>/- 2000 Megohms

-65°C to +165°C

4.0 in-lb–8.8 in-lb

>/- 60 lb

15 in-lb min.

>/- 500 cycles

50 ohms

Antenna Specifications

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 159

Radiation Patterns

Antenna Specifications

Figure 159: 3D Radiation Pattern 5150 MHz

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 160

Antenna Specifications

Figure 160: 3D Radiation Pattern 5550 MHz

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 161

Antenna Specifications

Figure 161: 3D Radiation Pattern 5850 MHz

WS-ANT-2DIP-3

This 2.4 GHz Dipole antenna is provided in a 3-pack of antennas. For more information, see

WS-

ANT-2DIP-2 on page 153. For mounting instructions, see

Mounting Antenna Model WS-ANT-2DIP-3

on page 41.

WS-ANT-5DIP-3

This 5 GHz Dipole antenna is provided in a 3-pack of antennas. For more information, see WS-

ANT-5DIP-2 on page 157. For mounting instructions, see

Mounting Antenna Model WS-ANT-5DIP-3

on page 42.

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 162

Antenna Specifications

AP3915e Antenna Patterns

Table 63: Antennas Required for AP3915e

ML-2452-APA2-01

ML-2452-APA2-02

ML-2452-HPA5-036

ML-2452-HPAG4A6-01

ML-2452-HPA6M4-S36

ML-2452-PNL6M3-N36

ML-2452-PNL9M3-036

ML-2452-PNA5-01R

ML-2452-PNA7-01R

ML-2452-PTA2M2-036

ML-2452-PTA4M4-036

Dipole, 3 dBi/4.85dBi, dual band, black with RPSMA plug connector (up to 3 per AP)

Dipole, 3 dBi/4.85dBi, dual band, white with RPSMA plug connector (up to 3 per AP)

Dipole, 3dBi/5 dBi, dual band, outdoor, white with

RPSMA plug connector (up to 3 per AP)

Dipole, 4dBi/7.3dBi, dual band, outdoor, white with standard N plug connector (up to 3 per AP)

Omni, 6dBi/6dBi, indoor, quad feed dual Band, 36” leads with RPSMA plug connectors (one per AP)

Polarized Panel 120deg sector, 6dBi/6dBi, dual band, indoor, triple feed, dual band, 36” leads with standard N jack connectors (one per AP)

Polarized Panel 75/55 deg sector, 11dBi/10.7 dBi, dual band, indoor, triple feed, dual band, 36” leads with

RPSMA plug connectors (one per AP – cannot be used on BLE port)

Panel, 120 deg sector, 5.5/6 dBi, dual band, outdoor, 36” lead with standard N plug connector (up to 3 per AP)

Panel, 68 deg sector, 8/12 dBi, dual band, outdoor, 36” lead with standard N plug connector

Patch, 360 deg, 4/5 dBi, dual band, indoor, with dual feed 36” leads and RP SMA plug connectors

Patch, 360 deg, 4/5 dBi, dual band, indoor, with quad feed 36” leads and RP SMA plug connectors

Radiation Patterns

Figure 162: 2.4 GHz Horizontal and Vertical Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 163

Antenna Specifications

Figure 163: 5 GHz Horizontal and Vertical Pattern

Figure 164: IoT Horizontal and Vertical Pattern

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 164

5

Accessory Specifications

Low-Loss Antenna Cables

Terminator: WS-CAB-RPSMATERM

Terminator: WS-CAB-NTERM

Attenuators

Extension Bracket: 30515 (WS-MB-WALLEXT01)

This section lists the specifications for cables, terminators, attenuators, and extension brackets.

Low-Loss Antenna Cables

This section outlines the outdoor and indoor optional antenna cables available for use with the antennas. The cables that support the Wave 2 antennas are optional. The Wave 2 antennas can be mounted without the use of cables.

Outdoor Antenna Cables with Standard N-Type Plug and Jack Connectors

The outdoor cables used with the Wave 2 antennas use a Type-N Plug and Type-N Jack; therefore, the part numbers end with "N". Specifications for each cable are listed under the base cable.

Note

The Wave 2 antennas can be mounted outside without the use of cables. If using optional cables, carefully determine the distance between the locations where you intend to mount the

ExtremeWireless AP and the outdoor antenna, to ensure that you order the right cable length.

The low-loss, outdoor, watertight cable is available in standard lengths.

Table 64: Outdoor Antenna Cables with Standard N-Type Plug and Jack Connectors

Cable Refer To

Table 66

on page 166 20 feet (6.1 meters) PFP240 cable (WS-CAB-

L200C20N)

6 feet (1.83 meters) PFP400 cable (WS-CAB-

L400C06N)

20 feet (6.1 meters) PFP400 cable (WS-CAB-

L400C20N)

Table 67 on page 167

Table 67 on page 167

50 feet (15.24 meters) PFP400 cable (WS-CAB-

L400C50N)

75 feet (22 meters) PFP400 cable (WS-CAB-

L400C75N)

Table 67 on page 167

Table 67 on page 167

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 165

Accessory Specifications

Table 64: Outdoor Antenna Cables with Standard N-Type Plug and Jack Connectors

(continued)

Cable Refer To

25 feet (7.6 meters) PFP600 cable (WS-CAB-

L600C25N)

Table 68

on page 168

50 feet (15.24 meters) PFP600 cable (WS-CAB-

L600C50N)

Table 68

on page 168

Indoor Antenna Cables with Reverse Polarity SMA-Type Connectors

The indoor cables used with the Wave 2 antennas use a Standard Reverse Polarity SMA-Type Plug connector. Specifications for each cable are listed under the base cable.

Table 65: Indoor Antenna Cables with Standard RPSMA-Type Plug Connector

Cable Refer To

Table 66

on page 166 10 feet (3.05 Meters) PFP240 cable (WS-CAB240-

P10RP)

25 feet (7.62 Meters) PFP240 cable (WS-CAB240-

P25RP)

Table 66

on page 166

Cable Specifications

This section outlines the specifications for each base cable. The outdoor cables support Standard

Polarity Type-N Plug and Type-N Jack. The indoor cables support Reverse Polarity SMA-Type Plug connectors. Each cable listed in this guide is based off of one of the base specifications.

Table 66: WS-CAB-L200C20xx/WS-CAB240xx Cable Specifications

Specification Value

Mechanical

Length

Weight

Bend Radius

Tensile Strength

Environmental

Temperature Range:

6.1 meter (20 ft)

0.002 lb/ft (0.03 kg/m)

0.5 in (12.7mm)

40 lb (18.2 kg)

Operating: -40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F)

Storage: -70°C to +85°C (-94°F to +185°F)

Electrical

Cutoff Frequency

Velocity of Propagation

Shielding Effectiveness

39 GHz

83%

Greater than 90 dBi

ExtremeWireless™ External Antenna with Wave 2 166

Accessory Specifications

Table 66: WS-CAB-L200C20xx/WS-CAB240xx Cable Specifications (continued)

Specification Value

DC Resistance

Peak Power

Connector Type

Cable Loss

Inner Conductor: 5.36 ohms/1000ft (17.6 ohms/km)

Outer Conductor: 4.9 ohms/1000ft (16.1 ohms/km)

2.5 kW

Outdoor antennas support optional cables with Standard Polarity Type-N Plug and Type-N Jack. For example, these cables are used with antennas that support the AP3965e and AP3865e.

Indoor antennas support optional cables with Standard Reverse Polarity SMA-

Type Plug connectors. For example, these cables are used with antennas that support the AP3935e.

2.4 GHz: 3.3 dB

5.3 GHz: 5 dB

5.8 GHz: 5.3 dB

Table 67: WS-CAB-L400Cxx Cable Specifications

Specification Value

Mechanical

Length:

WS-CAB-L400C06

WS-CAB-L400C50

WS-CAB-L400C75

Weight

Bend Radius

Tensile Strength

Environmental

Temperature Range:

6 ft (1.83 m)

50 ft (15.24 m)

75 ft (22.9 m)

0.068 lb/ft (0.10 kg/m)

1.00 in (25.4 mm)

160 lb (72.6 kg)

Operating: -40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F)

Storage: -70°C to +85°C (-94°F to +185°F)

Electrical

Cutoff Frequency

Velocity of Propagation

Shielding Effectiveness

DC Resistance

Peak Power

16.2 GHz

85%

Greater than 90 dBi

Inner Conductor: 1.39 ohms/1000ft (4.6 ohms/km)

Outer Conductor: 1.65 ohms/1000ft (5.4 ohms/km)

16 kW

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Table 67: WS-CAB-L400Cxx Cable Specifications (continued)

Specification Value

Connector Type Outdoor antennas support optional cables with Standard Polarity Type-N Plug and Type-N Jack. For example, these cables are used with antennas that support the AP3965e and AP3865e.

Cable Loss 50 feet:

2.4 GHz: 3.3 dB

5.3 GHz: 5.2 dB

5.8 GHZ: 5.4 dB

75 feet:

2.4 GHz: 5 dB

5.3 GHz: 7.7 dB

5.8 GHZ: 8.1 dB

Table 68: WS-CAB-L600Cxx Cable Specifications

Specification Value

Mechanical

25 ft (7.6 m)

50 ft (15.24 m)

Length

WS-CAB-L600C25

WS-CAB-L600C50

Weight

Bend Radius

Tensile Strength

Environmental

Temperature Range:

0.131 lb/ft (0.20 kg/m)

1.50 in (38.1 mm)

350 lb (158.9 kg)

Operating: -40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F)

Storage: -70°C to +85°C (-94°F to +185°F)

Electrical

Cutoff Frequency

Velocity of Propagation

Shielding Effectiveness

DC Resistance

Peak Power

Connector Type

Cable Loss

10.3 GHz

87%

Greater than 90 dBi

Inner Conductor: 0.53ohms/1000ft (1.7 ohms/km)

Outer Conductor: 1.2 ohms/1000ft (3.9 ohms/km)

40 kW

Outdoor antennas support optional cables with Standard Polarity Type-N Plug and Type-N Jack. For example, these cables are used with antennas that support the AP3965e and AP3865e.

25 feet:

2.4 GHz: 1.1 dB

5.3 GHz: 1.7 dB

5.8 GHz: 1.8 dB

50 feet:

2.4 GHz: 2.2 dB

5.3 GHz: 3.5 dB

5.8 GHz: 3.6 dB

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Terminator: WS-CAB-RPSMATERM

This Terminator is intended to be used with Extreme Networks Wireless products. This Terminator uses a Reverse Polarity SMA Plug, female contact. (See

the following figure .)

Figure 165: Terminator Detail View

Table 69: Terminator Specifications

Specification

Shell and Body material

Connector Type

Frequency Range

Impedance

VSWR

Power Rating

Value

Brass

Reverse Polarity SMA Plug

0–6.0 GHz

50 ohms (nominal)

</- 1.50 @ 0–6.0 GHz

1 watt

Terminator: WS-CAB-NTERM

This Terminator is intended to be used with Extreme Networks Wireless Products. This Terminator is a

0-6 GHz, 50 Ohm, Type-N Terminator with a 1 Watt power rating.

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Figure 166: WS-CAB-NTERM

Table 70: Terminator Specifications

Specification

Shell and Body material

Connector Type

Frequency Range

Impedance

VSWR

Power Rating

Value

Brass

Standard Type-N

0–6.0 GHz

50 ohms (nominal)

1.5: 1 max

1 watt

Attenuators

Optional attenuators are available. There is a 6dB attenuator and a 10dB attenuator available with different connector types: Reverse Polarity SMA Plug-Female contact/Reverse Polarity SMA Jack-Male contact and a Type-N plug-Female/Jack-Male contact. For details, see

Table 71 on page 171.

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Optional Attenuators:

• WS-CAB-06DBATN with Reverse Polarity SMA Plug/Jack, Female/Male contacts

• WS-CAB-10DBATN with Reverse Polarity SMA Plug/Jack, Female/Male contacts

• WS-CAB-06DBATN-SN with Type-N plug-Female/Jack-Male contacts

• WS-CAB-10DBATN-SN with Type-N plug-Female/Jack-Male contacts

Figure 167: Attenuator Detail View Showing a Reverse Polarity SMA Plug and Jack

Figure 168: Attenuator Detail View Showing a Standard N-Type Plug and Jack

Table 71: Attenuator Specifications

WS-CAB-06DBATN, WS-

CAB-10DBATN

Value

WS-CAB-6DBATN-SN, WS-

CAB-10DBATN-SN

Specification

Mechanical

Length (L)

Weight

Housing

Connector Type

.86 in. +/- .03 in.

0.2 ounces

Stainless Steel, Passivated

Reverse Polarity SMA Plug/Jack,

Female/Male contacts

2.1 ounces

Brass Nickel Plated

Type-N plug-Female/Jack-

Male contacts

Environmental

Operating Temperature Range -55°C to +85°C (-67°F to +185°F)

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Table 71: Attenuator Specifications (continued)

Value

Specification WS-CAB-06DBATN, WS-

CAB-10DBATN

WS-CAB-6DBATN-SN, WS-

CAB-10DBATN-SN

Electrical

Frequency Range

Impedance

VSWR

Power Rating

Average

Hz-6.000 GHz

50 ohms (nominal)

1.20:1 Max Hz-6.01.25:1

2 watts (5 uSec Pulse, 0.05% duty cycle)

Peak

Attenuation

250 watts

Value

WS-CAB-06DBATN, WS-CAB-6DBATN-SN 6 +/- 0.50 dB

WS-CAB-10DBATN, WS-CAB-10DBATN-SN 10 +/- 0.50 dB

Extension Bracket: 30515 (WS-MB-WALLEXT01)

The WS-MB-WALLEXT01 Extension Bracket Kit (P/N: 30515) supports the Wave 2 antennas that are

listed in the following table

, extending the antenna tilt up to 90 degrees for these antennas when mounted on a pole or wall.

All of these antennas ship with a standard antenna mounting kit that allows for approximately a 70 degree tilt. The optional WS-MB-WALLEXT01 Extension Bracket Kit works with the standard kit to allow a greater tilt, up to 90 degrees.

The standard mounting kit includes instructions on how to use the optional WS-MB-WALLEXT01

Extension Bracket Kit (P/N: 30515).

Table 72: Wave 2 Antennas that support the WS-MB-WALLEXT01 Extension Bracket

Kit (P/N: 30515)

Antenna Supported AP Model

30702

30705

30707

3935

3935

3935

30711

30714

30715

30718

30720

WS-AO-5D23009N

3965

3965

3965

3965

3965

3965

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