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Cisco Aironet 1830 Series Access Points Data Sheet

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Cisco Aironet 1830 Series

Figure 1.       

Cisco Aironet 1830 Series

Product overview

Ideal for small and medium-sized networks, the Cisco® Aironet® 1830 Series delivers industry-leading wireless performance with support for the latest Wi-Fi standard, IEEE’s new 802.11ac Wave 2 specification, and meets the growing requirements of wireless networks by delivering a better user experience. The 1830 Series extends support to a new generation of Wi-Fi clients, such as smartphones, tablets, and high-performance laptops that have integrated 802.11ac Wave 1 or Wave 2 support.

Features and benefits

With 802.11ac Wave 2, the 1830 Series provides a data rate of up to 867 Mbps on the 5-GHz radio, exceeding the data rates offered by today’s high-end 802.11n access points. It also enables a total aggregate dual-radio data rate of up to 1 Gbps, providing the necessary foundation for enterprise and service provider networks to stay ahead of the performance and bandwidth expectations and needs of their wireless users.

Due to its convenience, wireless access is increasingly the preferred form of network connectivity for corporate users. Along with this shift, there is an expectation that wireless should not slow down users’ day-to-day work, but should enable a high-performance experience while allowing users to move freely. The 1830 Series delivers industry-leading performance for highly secure and reliable wireless connections and provides a robust mobility experience that includes:

      802.11ac Wave 2 with 3x3 Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) technology with two spatial streams when operating in single-user or multiuser MIMO mode, offering 867-Mbps rates for more capacity and reliability than competing access points.

      Multiuser MIMO (MU-MIMO) allows transmission of data to multiple 802.11ac Wave 2 capable clients simultaneously to improve client experience. Prior to MU-MIMO, 802.11n and 802.11ac Wave 1 access points could transmit data to only one client at a time, typically referred to as single-user MIMO.

      Transmit beamforming technology improves downlink performance to mobile devices, including one- and two-spatial-stream devices on 802.11ac, while improving battery life on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.

      Flexible deployment mode through the Mobility Express Solution is ideal for small to medium-sized deployments that require multiple access points. Easy setup allows the 1830 Series to be deployed on networks without a physical controller.

      Security for remote workers or the micro-office. Any Cisco Aironet or Catalyst access point can function as an OfficeExtend access point (OEAP). With an OEAP, an employee at home or in a temporary micro-office will have access to the corporate SSID and the corporate network without the need to set up a VPN or have any advanced technical know-how.

      Cisco User Defined Network, a feature available in Cisco DNA Center that allows IT to give end users control of their very own wireless network partition on a shared network. End-users can then remotely and securely deploy their devices on this network. Perfect for university dormitories or extended hospital stays, Cisco User Defined Network grants both device security and control, allowing each user to choose who can connect to their network. (Available second half of calendar year 2020.)

      The Wi-Fi 6 readiness dashboard, a new dashboard in the Assurance menu of Cisco DNA Center. It will look through the inventory of all devices on the network and verify device, software, and client compatibility with the new Wi-Fi 6 standard. After upgrading, advanced wireless analytics will indicate performance and capacity gains as a result of the Wi-Fi 6 deployment. This is an incredible tool that will help your team define where and how the wireless network should be upgraded. It will also give you insights into the access point distribution by protocol (802.11 ac/n/abg), wireless airtime efficiency by protocol, and granular performance metrics.

All of these features help ensure the best possible end-user experience on the wireless network.

Product specifications

Table 1.        Product specifications

Feature

Specifications

Software

Cisco Unified Wireless Network Software Release with AireOS wireless controllers:

  8.1.121.0 or later for the Cisco Aironet 1830 Series Access Points

Deployment modes

Centralized, standalone, sniffer,** Cisco FlexConnect®, monitor,** OfficeExtend,** mesh**

Supported wireless LAN controllers

  Cisco 2500 Series Wireless Controllers, Cisco 3500 Series Wireless Controllers, Cisco Wireless Controller Module for ISR G2, Cisco Wireless Services Module 2 (WiSM2) for Cisco Catalyst ® 6500 Series Switches, Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controllers, Cisco Flex ® 7500 Series Wireless Controllers, Cisco 8500 Series Wireless Controllers, Cisco Catalyst 9800 Series Wireless Controllers, Cisco 5760 Wireless LAN Controller, * * Cisco Catalyst 3650 and 3850 Series Switches with integrated controller **
  Cisco Mobility Express

802.11n version 2.0 (and related) capabilities

  3x3 MIMO with two spatial streams
  Maximal Ratio Combining (MRC)
  20- and 40-MHz channels
  PHY data rates up to 300 Mbps (40 MHz with 5 GHz)
  Packet aggregation: A-MPDU (Tx/Rx), A-MSDU (Tx/Rx)
  802.11 Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS)
  Cyclic Shift Diversity (CSD) support

802.11ac Wave 1 and 2 capabilities

  3x3 MIMO with two spatial streams, single-user or multiuser MIMO
  MRC
  802.11ac beamforming (transmit beamforming)
  20-, 40-, and 80-MHz channels
  PHY data rates up to 867 Mbps (80 MHz in 5 GHz)
  Packet aggregation: A-MPDU (Tx/Rx), A-MSDU (Tx/Rx)
  802.11 DFS
  CSD support

Data rates supported

802.11a: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54 Mbps

802.11g: 1, 2, 5.5, 6, 9, 11, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54 Mbps

802.11n data rates on 2.4 GHz (only 20 MHz and MCS 0 to MCS 23) and 5 GHz:

MCS index[1]

GI[2] = 800 ns

GI = 800 ns

GI = 400 ns

GI = 400 ns

 

20-MHz rate (Mbps)

40-MHz rate (Mbps)

20-MHz rate (Mbps)

40-MHz rate (Mbps)

0

6.5

13.5

7.2

15

1

13

27

14.4

30

2

19.5

40.5

21.7

45

3

26

54

28.9

60

4

39

81

43.3

90

5

52

108

57.8

120

6

58.5

121.5

65

135

Data rates supported

MCS index1

GI2 = 800 ns

GI = 800 ns

GI = 400 ns

GI = 400 ns

 

20-MHz rate (Mbps)

40-MHz rate (Mbps)

20-MHz rate (Mbps)

40-MHz rate (Mbps)

7

65

135

72.2

150

8

13

27

14.4

30

9

26

54

28.9

60

10

39

81

43.3

90

11

52

108

57.8

120

12

78

162

86.7

180

13

104

216

115.6

240

14

117

243

130

270

15

130

270

144.4

300

802.11ac data rates (5 GHz):

MCS index

Spatial streams

GI = 800 ns

GI = 400 ns

 

 

20-MHz rate (Mbps)

40-MHz rate (Mbps)

80-MHz rate (Mbps)

20-MHz rate (Mbps)

40-MHz rate (Mbps)

80-MHz rate (Mbps)

0

1

6.5

13.5

29.3

7.2

15

32.5

1

1

13

27

58.5

14.4

30

65

2

1

19.5

40.5

87.8

21.7

45

97.5

3

1

26

54

117

28.9

60

130

4

1

39

81

175.5

43.3

90

195

5

1

52

108

234

57.8

120

260

6

1

58.5

121.5

263.3

65

135

292.5

7

1

65

135

292.5

72.2

150

325

8

1

78

162

351

86.7

180

390

 

MCS index

Spatial streams

GI = 800 ns

GI = 400 ns

 

 

20-MHz rate (Mbps)

40-MHz rate (Mbps)

80-MHz rate (Mbps)

20-MHz rate (Mbps)

40-MHz rate (Mbps)

80-MHz rate (Mbps)

9

1

180

390

200

433.3

0

2

13

27

58.5

14.4

30

65

1

2

26

54

117

28.9

60

130

2

2

39

81

175.5

43.3

90

195

3

2

52

108

234

57.8

120

260

4

2

78

162

351

86.7

180

390

5

2

104

216

468

115.6

240

520

6

2

117

243

526.5

130

270

585

7

2

130

270

585

144.4

300

650

8

2

156

324

702

173.3

360

780

9

2

360

780

400

866.7

Maximum number of nonoverlapping channels

A (A regulatory domain):

  2.412 to 2.462 GHz; 11 channels
  5.180 to 5.320 GHz; 8 channels
  5.500 to 5.700 GHz; 8 channels
(excludes 5.600 to 5.640 GHz)
  5.745 to 5.825 GHz; 5 channels

B (B regulatory domain):

  2.412 to 2.462 GHz; 11 channels
  5.180 to 5.320 GHz; 8 channels
  5.500 to 5.720 GHz; 12 channels
  5.745 to 5.825 GHz; 5 channels

C (C regulatory domain):

  2.412 to 2.472 GHz; 13 channels
  5.745 to 5.825 GHz; 5 channels

D (D regulatory domain):

  2.412 to 2.462 GHz; 11 channels
  5.180 to 5.320 GHz; 8 channels
  5.745 to 5.825 GHz; 5 channels

E (E regulatory domain):

  2.412 to 2.472 GHz; 13 channels
  5.180 to 5.320 GHz; 8 channels
  5.500 to 5.700 GHz; 8 channels
(excludes 5.600 to 5.640 GHz)

F (F regulatory domain):

  2.412 to 2.472 GHz; 13 channels
  5.250 to 5.350 GHz; 4 channels
  5.725 to 5.825 GHz; 4 channels

H (H regulatory domain):

  2.412 to 2.472 GHz; 13 channels
  5.150 to 5.350 GHz; 8 channels
  5.745 to 5.825 GHz; 5 channels

I (I regulatory domain):

  2.412 to 2.472 GHz; 13 channels
  5.180 to 5.320 GHz; 8 channels

K (K regulatory domain):

  2.412 to 2.472 GHz; 13 channels
  5.180 to 5.320 GHz; 8 channels
  5.500 to 5.620 GHz; 7 channels
  5.745 to 5.805 GHz; 4 channels

N (N regulatory domain):

  2.412 to 2.462 GHz; 11 channels
  5.180 to 5.320 GHz; 8 channels
  5.745 to 5.825 GHz; 5 channels

Q (Q regulatory domain):

  2.412 to 2.472 GHz; 13 channels
  5.180 to 5.320 GHz; 8 channels
  5.500 to 5.700 GHz; 11 channels

R (R regulatory domain):

  2.412 to 2.472 GHz; 13 channels
  5.180 to 5.320 GHz; 8 channels
  5.660 to 5,805 GHz; 7 channels

S (S regulatory domain):

  2.412 to 2.472 GHz; 13 channels
  5.180 to 5.320 GHz; 8 channels
  5.500 to 5.700 GHz;, 11 channels
  5.745 to 5.825 GHz; 5 channels

T (T regulatory domain):

  2.412 to 2.462 GHz; 11 channels
  5.280 to 5.320 GHz; 3 channels
  5.500 to 5.700 GHz; 8 channels
(excludes 5.600 to 5.640 GHz)
  5.745 to 5.825 GHz; 5 channels

Z (Z regulatory domain):

  2.412 to 2.462 GHz; 11 channels
  5.180 to 5.320 GHz; 8 channels
  5.500 to 5.700 GHz; 8 channels
(excludes 5.600 to 5.640 GHz)
  5.745 to 5.825 GHz; 5 channels

Note: Customers are responsible for verifying approval for use in their individual countries. To verify approval that corresponds to a particular country, visit https://www.cisco.com/go/aironet/compliance.

Maximum number of nonoverlapping channels

2.4 GHz

  802.11b/g:

  20 MHz: 3

  802.11n:

  20 MHz: 3

  40 MHz: 1 (hardware capable)

5 GHz

  802.11a:

  20 MHz: 25

  802.11n:

  20 MHz: 25

  40 MHz: 12

  802.11ac:

  20 MHz: 21

  40 MHz: 12

  80 MHz: 6

Note: This varies by regulatory domain. Refer to the product documentation for specific details for each regulatory domain.

Receive sensitivity

  802.11b (CCK)

  -101 dBm @ 1 Mbps

  -98 dBm @ 2 Mbps

  -92 dBm @ 5.5 Mbps

  -89 dBm @ 11 Mbps

  802.11g (non HT20)

  -96 dBm @ 6 Mbps

  -95 dBm @ 9 Mbps

  -94 dBm @ 12 Mbps

  -92 dBm @ 18 Mbps

  -88 dBm @ 24 Mbps

  -85 dBm @ 36 Mbps

  -81 dBm @ 48 Mbps

  -79 dBm @ 54 Mbps

  802.11a (non HT20)

  -96 dBm @ 6 Mbps

  -95 dBm @ 9 Mbps

  -94 dBm @ 12 Mbps

  -92 dBm @ 18 Mbps

  -88 dBm @ 24 Mbps

  -85 dBm @ 36 Mbps

  -80 dBm @ 48 Mbps

  -79 dBm @ 54 Mbps

 

2.4 GHz

  802.11n (HT20)

  -96 dBm @ MCS0

  -93 dBm @ MCS1

  -90 dBm @ MCS2

  -87 dBm @ MCS3

  -84 dBm @ MCS4

  -79 dBm @ MCS5

  -78 dBm @ MCS6

  -76 dBm @ MCS7

  -93 dBm @ MCS8

  -90 dBm @ MCS9

  -87 dBm @ MCS10

  -84 dBm @ MCS11

  -81 dBm @ MCS12

  -76 dBm @ MCS13

  -75 dBm @ MCS14

  -73 dBm @ MCS15

 

5 GHz

  802.11n (HT20)

  -96 dBm @ MCS0

  -92 dBm @ MCS1

  -90 dBm @ MCS2

  -86 dBm @ MCS3

  -83 dBm @ MCS4

  -79 dBm @ MCS5

  -77 dBm @ MCS6

  -76 dBm @ MCS7

  -93 dBm @ MCS8

  -89 dBm @ MCS9

  -87 dBm @ MCS10

  -83 dBm @ MCS11

  -80 dBm @ MCS12

  -76 dBm @ MCS13

  -74 dBm @ MCS14

  -73 dBm @ MCS15

5 GHz

  802.11n (HT40)

  -93 dBm @ MCS0

  -90 dBm @ MCS1

  -87 dBm @ MCS2

  -84 dBm @ MCS3

  -80 dBm @ MCS4

  -76 dBm @ MCS5

  -75 dBm @ MCS6

  -73 dBm @ MCS7

  -90 dBm @ MCS8

  -87 dBm @ MCS9

  -84 dBm @ MCS10

  -81 dBm @ MCS11

  -77 dBm @ MCS12

  -73 dBm @ MCS13

  -72 dBm @ MCS14

  -70 dBm @ MCS15

802.11ac receive sensitivity

802.11ac (non HT80)

  -89 dBm @ 6 Mbps
  -73 dBm @ 54 Mbps

MCS index

Spatial streams

 

 

 

VHT20

VHT40

VHT80

0

1

-96 dBm

-93 dBm

-89 dBm

7

1

-76 dBm

-73 dBm

-70 dBm

8

1

-71 dBm

-69 dBm

-66 dBm

9

1

NA

-67 dBm

-64 dBm

0

2

-93 dBm

-90 dBm

-86 dBm

7

2

-73 dBm

-70 dBm

-67 dBm

8

2

-68 dBm

-66 dBm

-63 dBm

9

2

NA

-64 dBm

-61 dBm

Maximum transmit power

2.4 GHz

  802.11b

  22 dBm, 3 antennas

  802.11g

  22 dBm, 3 antennas

  802.11n (HT20)

  22 dBm, 3 antennas

5 GHz

  802.11a

  23 dBm, 3 antennas

  802.11n (HT20)

  23 dBm, 3 antennas

  802.11n (HT40)

  23 dBm, 3 antennas

  802.11ac

  non-HT80: 23 dBm, 3 antennas

  VHT20 23 dBm, 3 antennas

  VHT40: 23 dBm, 3 antennas

  VHT80: 23 dBm, 3 antennas

Note: The maximum power setting will vary by channel and according to individual country regulations. Refer to the product documentation for specific details.

Available transmit power settings

2.4 GHz

  22 dBm
  19 dBm
  16 dBm
  13 dBm
  10 dBm
  7 dBm
  4 dBm
  1 dBm

5 GHz

  23 dBm
  20 dBm
  17 dBm
  14 dBm
  11 dBm
  8 dBm
  5 dBm
  2 dBm

Note: The maximum power setting will vary by channel and according to individual country regulations. Refer to the product documentation for specific details.

Integrated antenna

  2.4 GHz, gain 3 dBi, internal omni, horizontal beamwidth 360°
  5 GHz, gain 5 dBi, internal omni, horizontal beamwidth 360°

Interfaces

  1 x 10/100/1000BASE-T autosensing (RJ-45), Power over Ethernet (PoE)
  Management console port (RJ-45)
  USB 2.0 (enabled via future software)

Indicators

  Status LED indicates boot loader status, association status, operating status, boot loader warnings, boot loader errors

Dimensions
(W x L x H)

  Access point (without mounting bracket): 8.3 x 8.3 x 2 in. (210.8 x 210.8 x 50.8 mm)

Weight

  2.05 lb (930 grams) 

Environmental

Cisco Aironet 1830i

  Nonoperating (storage) temperature: -22° to 158°F (-30° to 70°C)
  Nonoperating (storage) altitude test: 25˚C, 15,000 ft.
  Operating temperature: 32° to 104°F (0° to 40°C)
  Operating humidity: 10% to 90% (noncondensing)
  Operating altitude test: 40˚C, 9843 ft.

System memory

  1 GB DRAM
  256 MB flash

Input power requirements

  AP1830: 44 to 57 VDC
  Power supply and power injector: 100 to 240 VAC; 50 to 60 Hz

Power draw

  15.4W

Note: When deployed using a PoE specification, the power drawn from the power sourcing equipment will be higher by some amount, depending on the length of the interconnecting cable.

Powering options

  802.3af/802.3at
  Enhanced PoE
  Cisco local power supply, AIR-PWR-C=
  Cisco power injector, AIR-PWRINJ5= ( Note: This injector supports 802.3af only), AIR-PWRINJ6=

Note: If 802.3af PoE is the source of power, the USB port is disabled.

Warranty

Limited lifetime hardware warranty

Compliance standards

  UL 60950-1

  CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1

  UL 2043

  IEC 60950-1

  EN 60950-1

  Radio approvals:

  FCC Part 15.247, 15.407**

  RSS-210 (Canada)

  EN 300.328, EN 301.893 (Europe)

  ARIB-STD 66 (Japan)

  ARIB-STD T71 (Japan)

  EMI and susceptibility (Class B)

  FCC Part 15.107 and 15.109**

  ICES-003 (Canada)

  VCCI (Japan)

  EN 301.489-1 and -17 (Europe)

  IEEE standards:

  IEEE 802.11a/b/g, 802.11n, 802.11h, 802.11d

  IEEE 802.11ac Draft 5

  Security:

  802.11i, Wi-Fi Protected Access 3 (WPA3), WPA2, WPA

  802.1X

  Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)

  Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) types:

  EAP-Transport Layer Security (TLS)

  EAP-Tunneled TLS (TTLS) or Microsoft Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol Version 2 (MSCHAPv2)

  Protected EAP (PEAP) v0 or EAP-MSCHAPv2

  EAP-Flexible Authentication via Secure Tunneling (FAST)

  PEAP v1 or EAP-Generic Token Card (GTC)

  EAP-Subscriber Identity Module (SIM)

  Multimedia:

  Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM)

  Other:

  FCC Bulletin OET-65C

  RSS-102

* Supported via Cisco Mobility Express with controller function running on the access point - not Cisco IOS ® Software Autonomous based.
** Future.

Licensing

In order to connect any access points to the controller, Cisco DNA software subscriptions are required. To be entitled to connect to a Cisco Catalyst 9800 Series Wireless Controller, the access point requires a Cisco DNA subscription license.

Determining license requirements for access points connecting to Cisco Catalyst 9800 Series Wireless Controllers

Figure 2.       

Determining license requirements for access points connecting to Cisco Catalyst 9800 Series Wireless Controllers

Access points connecting to a Cisco Catalyst 9800 Series controller have new and simplified software subscription packages. They can support three tiers of Cisco DNA software: Cisco DNA Essentials, Cisco DNA Advantage or Cisco DNA Premier.

Cisco DNA software subscriptions provide Cisco innovations on the access point. They also include perpetual Network Essentials and Network Advantage licensing options, which cover wireless fundamentals such as 802.1X authentication, Quality of Service (QoS), and Plug and Play (PnP); telemetry and visibility and Single Sign-On (SSO), as well as security controls.

Cisco DNA subscription software has to be purchased for a 3-, 5-, or 7-year subscription term. If not renewed by the end of the term, Cisco DNA features will expire, whereas Network Essentials and Network Advantage features will remain.

For the full feature list of Cisco DNA Software, including the perpetual Network Essentials and Network Advantage, please see the feature matrix: https://www.cisco.com/c/m/en_us/products/software/dna-subscription-wireless/en-sw-sub-matrix-wireless.html?oid=porew018984.

Two modes of licensing are available:

      Smart Licensing (SL) simplifies and adds flexibility to licensing. It is:

    Simple: Procure, deploy, and manage licenses easily. Devices self-register, removing the need for Product Activation Keys (PAKs).

    Flexible: Pool license entitlements in a single account. Move licenses freely through the network, wherever you need them.

     Smart: Manage your license deployments with real-time visibility into ownership and consumption.

      Specific License Reservation (SLR) is a feature used in highly secure networks. It provides a method for customers to deploy a software license on a device (product instance) without communicating usage information to Cisco. There is no communication with Cisco or a satellite. The licenses are reserved for every controller. It is node-based licensing.

Four levels of license are supported on the Cisco Catalyst 9800 Series Wireless Controllers. The controllers can be configured to function at any one of the four levels.

      Cisco DNA Essentials: At this level the Cisco DNA Essentials feature set will be supported.

      Cisco DNA Advantage: At this level the Cisco DNA Advantage feature set will be supported.

      NE: At this level the Network Essentials feature set will be supported.

      NA: At this level the Network Advantage feature set will be supported.

Cisco DNA Premier is a bundle with ISE licenses and Cisco DNA Spaces Extend. It is inclusive of Cisco DNA Advantage, so at this level the Cisco DNA Advantage feature set will be supported. For customers who purchase Cisco DNA Essentials, Network Essentials will be supported and will continue to function even after term expiration. And for customers who purchase Cisco DNA Advantage or Cisco DNA Premier, Network Advantage will be supported and will continue to function even after term expiration.

Initial bootup of the controller will be at the Cisco DNA Advantage level.

For questions, contact the Cisco Catalyst 9800 Series Wireless Controllers Licensing mailer group at
ask-catalyst9800licensing.

Warranty information

The Cisco Aironet 1830 Series Access Points come with a limited lifetime warranty that provides full warranty coverage of the hardware for as long as the original end user continues to own or use the product. The warranty includes 10-day advance hardware replacement and ensures that software media are defect-free for 90 days. For more details, visit https://www.cisco.com/go/warranty.

Cisco environmental sustainability

Information about Cisco’s environmental sustainability policies and initiatives for our products, solutions, operations, and extended operations or supply chain is provided in the “Environment Sustainability” section of Cisco’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report.

Reference links to information about key environmental sustainability topics (mentioned in the “Environment Sustainability” section of the CSR Report) are provided in Table 2.

Table 2.        Links to sustainability information

Sustainability topic

Reference

Information on product material content laws and regulations

Materials

Information on electronic waste laws and regulations, including products, batteries, and packaging

WEEE compliance

Sustainability inquiries

Contact: csr_inquiries@cisco.com

Cisco makes the packaging data available for informational purposes only. It may not reflect the most current legal developments, and Cisco does not represent, warrant, or guarantee that it is complete, accurate, or up to date. This information is subject to change without notice.

Ordering information

To place an order, visit the Cisco How to Buy page. To download software, visit the Cisco Software Center.

Table 3.        Ordering information

Product name

Part number

Cisco Aironet 1830 Series

Cisco Aironet 1832i Access Point: Indoor environments, with internal antennas

  AIR-AP1832I-x-K9: Dual-band, controller-based 802.11a/g/n/ac, Wave 2
  AIR-AP1832I-x-K9C: Dual-band, controller-based 802.11a/g/n/ac, Wave 2, configurable, with default software Mobility Express

  Regulatory domains: (x = regulatory domain)

  For Mobility Express, part number AIR-AP1832I-x-K9C offers default software option Mobility Express

Customers are responsible for verifying approval for use in their individual countries. To verify approval that corresponds to a particular country or the regulatory domain used in a specific country, visit https://www.cisco.com/go/aironet/compliance.

Not all regulatory domains have been approved. As they are approved, the part numbers will be available on the Global Price List.

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[1] MCS Index: The Modulation and Coding Scheme (MCS) index determines the number of spatial streams, the modulation, the coding rate, and data rate values.
[2] GI: A Guard Interval (GI) between symbols helps receivers overcome the effects of multipath delay spreads.

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