Ruckus 7363 vs Ruckus R300

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My company currently have the Ruckus 7363. We are looking to expand our office, I was wondering if the Ruckus R300 is a significant upgrade over the 7363 in term of interference mitigation and range. If not we may switch to the R500. Anyone can help, would be greatly appreciated.
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Adam Tran

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Posted 2 years ago

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Monnat Systems, AlphaDog

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Ruckus 7363 equivalent is ZF7372 for dual band 802.11n & for dual band 802.11ac R500. R300 lack advantages on range offered by ZF7372/R500.

channelfly interference mitigation is common in all platforms starting version 9.2 and above.

hope this helps..
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It is only uplink range that differs due to antenna gain (approx 2dBi delta), as downlink range/coverage is based on EIRP, FSPL and receiver gain:
TX Gain 4dBi
TX power 16dBm
Path Loss 106dB
RX Gain 1 dBi

4 + 16 - 106 + 1 = -85dBm
TX Gain 6dBi
TX power 14dBm
Path Loss 106dB
RX Gain 1 dBi

6 + 14 - 106 + 1 = -85dBm
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Adam Tran

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thank you all!