I am thinking of getting a U.S. Robotics 9106 and it has 2 antennas.
I want a wide range for my WLAN so I have a big 15dbi omnidirectional antenna on my roof. I only have one of these.
I am not sure whether if I only have one antenna connected the wireless network will function properly.
I am not sure whether these are diversity but I think they are. Is it common in Wireless Access Points with 2 antennas for one to be for send and one for receive or could you just need both to be reached to work?
Most access points have the ability to send/receive signal through one antenna or another. If it has antenna connections (reverse tnc probably) you should be able to select "Left"
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