Dual 5 GHz Solution
World-class innovation in Wi-Fi that provides superior network performance and higher ROI

Powerful and Adaptable Access Layer

Aerohive’s next-generation dual 5 GHz access points AP250 and AP550 are built with software-definable radios (SDR) and proven RF-IQ technology.

  • RF-IQ solves complex wireless networking challenges with a combination of radio intelligence features, high density optimizations, and hardware innovation. RF-IQ shapes the RF environment to provide the most optimal experience for all types of client devices and applications and does not require any additional infrastructure or client software components.
  • Software-defined radio (SDR) technology – Allows the access point to automatically and dynamically choose the best frequency band based on evaluation of current RF conditions.

Advantages of 5 GHz and How Software Selectable Radios Can Improve Capacity & Future-proof Your Wi-Fi

Advantages of 5 GHz and How Software Selectable Radios Can Improve Capacity and Future-proof Your Wi-Fi



How to Increase the Capacity of Your Wi-Fi Using Aerohive Products

How to Increase the Capacity of Your Wi-Fi Using Aerohive's Innovative Software-defined Radio Technology

Why does dual 5 GHz matter?

In this video, learn more about how dual 5 GHz technology can solve network challenges and effectively double network capacity.

  • Aerohive’s dual 5 GHz technology addresses performance and congestion issues rampant on the 2.4 GHz band. The band selection flexibility and adaptability to current RF conditions can mitigate interference challenges and provide higher network capacity and performance gains. The dual 5 GHz technology greatly benefits high-density, high-capacity environments.
  • It also provides the ability to future-ready an organization’s network as it evolves into a 5 GHz-dominant wireless environment reigned by Internet of Things (IoT) applications, BYOD and high-bandwidth applications. In addition, the dual 5 GHz access points result in a better ROI than fixed-band radios as both radios are used at all times to serve clients and there is no need to disable extra 2.4 GHz radios.

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