Warehouse wifi

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i have warehouse 3000 squre meters and 14 meters high.
My idea was to go with zone director zd1200 and nine AP r310.
Any ides for better solution?
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Marko marko

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DSE

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And you pretend to put them all on that high? It's seems a lot of omni Ap's in the same place, it will cause lot's of interference especially in 2.4Ghz 
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Eric Albert

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Marko, 
Warehouses are a great application for Ruckus products. We have implemented many deployments around the world with excellent results. 
But I will caution every warehouse is different and the needs of the client can differ greatly from project to project. We typically approach the design with the client needs first and work from there. 
What kinds of devices are we providing connectivity for? Where is coverage required? Is latency a concern? Are there client upgrades in the future we should consider in the design? Many variables must be considered. From here, we would advise a site survey. You should validate the system requirements and test actual equipment in the space. 
Depending on your environment, you may find an outdoor AP with a controlled antenna pattern would work better to control the coverage and maximize performance. Something like the T301N or T301S would be two examples to consider. 
Plan, measure, analyze, deploy, validate. Good luck!
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irvan irvan

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For warehouse i suggest you to use T300 series, because this type is powerfull for warehouse deployment
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Marko marko

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Hi guys, in this warehous i have a lot of metal racks and the product on the racks are consumer electronics.
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Marko marko

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Do not stack the 6 rows of APs in line with each other.  Go left-of-center in row 1, right-of-center in row 2, and alternate, staggering their locations for better coverage.
This design makes it very difficult for client devices to determine which is best AP to connect to.
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Marko marko

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green spots are AP
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Marko marko

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My opinion was to put AP on the roof of warehouse
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I need connectivity for PDA devices for warehouse workers.