isnt there a super AP?

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i have a hotspot setup guide that tells me an 802.11a cell yields 25 mbps throughput this means to yield 300 mb for 300 concurrent users would require 15 cells and radio channels does this mean i have to buy 15 access points

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landon
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Yes, you are going to have to get 15 access points.

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