The Enterprise Mobility Solutions business of Motorola has introduced the AP 6511 802.11n WallPlate access point (AP) designed to quickly extend 802.11n wireless LAN services to multi-room facilities, such as hotels or hospitals.

Leveraging existing infrastructure, the AP 6511 can be installed in a matter of minutes, right in the guestroom, without the time and costs associated with deploying traditional APs. Roughly the size of a deck of cards, the AP 6511 is designed to “hide-in-sight” – matching the décor of any room while providing users with high-speed mobile access for voice, video and data applications.
 
Motorola’s AP 6511 uses in-wall CAT5/6 cabling, so WiFi coverage can be extended without the need to pull cables or drill holes. A field-installable snap-on Ethernet module adds three switched fast Ethernet ports for converged guestroom IP services, such as IPTV or secure wired access. Each AP can service up to 10 rooms and leverage Motorola’s Smart RF technology to automatically tune power and channels.

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