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What is TP-Link EAP Beamforming?Q&A of functional explanation or specification parametersUpdated 02-13-2018 08:53:19 AMThis Article Applies to:CAP2200 , EAP245 , EAP115 , EAP220 , EAP115-Wall , EAP225 V2 , EAP225-Outdoor , EAP225 V3 , EAP330 , CAP1750 , EAP225-Wall , CAP1200 , EAP320 , CAP300 , EAP110-Outdoor , EAP110 , CAP300-Outdoor , EAP235-Wall , EAP225 , EAP120
Beamforming is a signal processing technique. In simple words, it can locate the Wi-Fi devices and then strengthen the signal in the specific direction from AP to client.
With Omni antenna, AP broadcasts Wi-Fi signal in all directions, which means no matter where your Wi-Fi devices are located, they all receive the signal with similar strength in same distance.
With Beamforming technology, the AP will locate the Wi-Fi devices and then strengthen the signal in that direction, extending Wi-Fi coverage, reducing unnecessary RF interference and creating a stronger, faster and more reliable wireless communication.
Currently TP-Link EAP225_V3, EAP320_V1&V2, EAP330_V1&V2 support Beamforming, and this feature is enabled by default.Is this faq useful?
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