Tropos unveils 802.11n equipment

Tropos Networks has introduced a lineup of outdoor mesh routers based on the 802.11n standard. The new series includes the Tropos 7320, 6320, and 6310 for enterprises and are backward compatible with existing Tropos routers.

Tropos said the 802.11n routers can reduce latency by up to 50 percent within the mesh while increase coverage areas up to 20 percent. The 7320 is Tropos' flagship product that features a dual radio for connectivity in the 2.4-GHz and 5-GHz bands and Power-over-Ethernet technology.

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