The Omada range of access points from TP Link is enriched with two new models: EAP773 and EAP783. These are two indoor devices that are characterized by their support of the standard WiFi 7, which allows you to transfer data at the maximum (theoretical) speed of 19 Gbit/s. They are designed for business needs and are ideal for areas such as offices, shopping malls, hotels, schools, hospitals and public spaces.
TP-Link’s Omada range now includes Wi-Fi 7 devices
The access point Omada EAP773 TP-Link supports three radio channels: 2.4 GHz (574 Mbit/s), 5 GHz (2,880 Mbit/s) and 6 GHz (5,760 Mbit/s). Together they can reach a maximum speed of 9.3 Gbit/s under ideal conditions. In order to make the most of its potential, the connection to the switch must also be very fast. For this reason, the EAP773 has a 10 Gbit/s Ethernet port.
If these benefits are not enough, you can opt for this Omada EAP783which always supports three channels, but can achieve combined speeds on the three bands of up to 19 Mbit/s. In this case, even a 10GbE connection would not be enough and for this reason there are two LAN ports with support for 10Gb/s Ethernet.
Both devices support MU-MIMO and can be powered via the data cable thanks to support for the Power over Ethernet (PoE) protocol. Because they are devices designed for the business world, they can be managed remotely via the cloud Omada Software Defined NetworkingTherefore, no on-site technician is required for configuration or maintenance.
Ultimately, TP-Link wanted to focus on the design: The two access points are characterized by soft lines, no edges and, above all, reduced dimensions: 220mm diameter and 32mm thickness.