One of the major uses of Bullet 2HP is to increase its distance coverage, and it’s able to do so by also bolstering the amount of power it creates to almost a third. This is what sets the device apart from all the other Bullet devices. In the process, you’re able to connect networks to networks as well as an access point and a client. It has a very high gain that it’s also able to penetrate areas that are hardly covered by wireless transmission perhaps because of the impending barriers or their geographical location. If you’re living in an area that is quite far from the city and doesn’t have a more stable Internet connection, you can definitely use this.
Free from Entanglements
The Bullet 2HP device is very handy and easy to set up and use. It has a plug-and-play approach, which means simply connect this one to your existing network, and you can already start picking up better transmission signals, increasing your throughput. There are no cables and mounting requirements needed. This also makes the device simple, easy to manage, and no hassle to maintain.
It also comes with a LED meter so you can easily determine if the device is working properly. Made from durable materials, it can withstand the harsh environment of the outdoors.
Runs with AirOS
The Bullet 2HP can be installed alongside its software called AirOS. One of its biggest advantages is remote access and management of the device so there’s no need to constantly check it for monitoring.
Along with a robust software, the wireless outdoor radio instruments connects through the 2.4MHz frequency. It supports DHCP protocol and comes with varying transmission speeds up to 54mbps, which is recommended when you’re connecting multiple devices. PoE, which is sold separately, may be used. It operates with an Atheros 24KC MIPS with a speed of 180MHz, 4MB NAND Flash, and 16MB SDRAM.
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