I am in the planning stages of an 802.11g wireless network for my shop floor. The building is approximately 625 feet long by 120 feet wide. The ceiling is 50 ft or so high.
My initial plan calls for a Motorola WS2000 with 4 AP300 installed on the ceiling down the center of the building (125 ft apart with clear line of sight) configured as a mesh network (due to distance).
Is the 125 ft distance too far for the mesh networking? This network only feeds about 3 PC's and 5 roaming (PDA's) and possibly a couple wireless barcode printers.
Or should I be considering an 802.11n (Motoral AP-7131) solution?
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