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Dell Networking W-AP134 and 

W-AP135 access points

Dell Networking W-AP134 and W-AP135 indoor 802.11n access points (APs) are  
designed to maximize performance for mobile devices in high density WiFi  
environments and ensure strong threat protection using integrated MACSec security.  

The multifunctional W-AP134 and W-AP135 APs deliver 
wire-like performance at data rates up to 450Mbps per 
radio. Taking advantage of 802.11n technology, the W-AP134 
and W-AP135 employ three spatial streams to deliver 
50% more data throughput in high-density environments 
compared to previous-generation W-Series APs like AP124.

The W-AP134 and W-AP135 feature two 3x3 MIMO dual-
band 2.4/5GHz radios. The W-AP134 has external antenna 
interfaces, while the W-AP135 features the same radios with 
internal antennas. Both are built to provide years of trouble-
free operation and are backed by an Extended Lifetime 
Warranty.

The W-AP134 and W-AP135 feature dual 10/100/1000BASE-T 
Ethernet interfaces and are capable of operation from 
standard 802.3af and 802.3at power-over-Ethernet (PoE) 
sources. The secondary Ethernet interface (active only when 
supplying 802.3 at PoE or DC power to the access point) 
enables secure authorized backhaul for wired network-
attached devices. 

Working with Dell’s line of centralized W-Series controllers, 
the W-AP134 and W-AP135 deliver secure, high-speed 
wireless network services for user mobility that works 
seamlessly within enterprise, branch office and campus 
network deployments.

802.11n enables the use of wireless as a primary connection 
with speed and reliability comparable to a wired LAN. It 
also increases performance by utilizing techniques such 
as channel bonding, block acknowledgement and MIMO 
radios. Advanced antenna technology also increases range 
and reliability.

Key to ensuring wire-like performance and reliability is 
the W-Series Adaptive Radio Management (ARM), which 
manages the 2.4 and 5GHz radio bands to deliver maximum 
client performance. ARM enables different 802.11 a, b, g 
and n wireless clients to operate on the same network at 
maximum possible performance through the use of band 
steering, airtime fairness policies between clients, and by 
managing channel interference that may occur between 
access points.

The multifunction W-AP134 and W-AP135 can be 
configured through the controller to provide WLAN access 
with part-time air monitoring, dedicated air monitoring 
for wireless IPS, Remote AP (RAP) functionality or secure 
enterprise mesh.

Ultra high-performance  
900Mbps 802.11n access 
point for secure dual-band 
wireless mobility.