Dual-RF wireless redundancy

In this white paper, Moxa explains the traditional single-RF (single radio frequency) and dual-RF (dual radio frequency) wireless architectures, and shows what Moxa provides in the way of dual-RF technology.

One way to achieve network redundancy without needing to change the existing architecture of your wireless LAN is to use APs and Clients that support dual RFs (usually, the two RFs are set to 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz to prevent interference). To ensure that data can be delivered between the APs and Clients even when there is interference on one of the frequencies, Moxa devices provide seamless redundancy by supporting a special protocol with a switching time very close to zero. If your application requires more than just wireless redundancy, Ethernet redundancy can also be incorporated. Fast ring redundancy such as RSTP or Turbo Ring are important for the wired Ethernet side of the network.

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