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The single radio "dual-zone" wireless device uses Ruckus' patent-pending smart antenna technology that dynamically selects the best sending and receiving antennas for incoming and outgoing Wi-Fi signals.

Features include management IP access, multiple discrete SSIDs and security configuration for WAN and LAN zones, captive portal function and NUTTCP support for service provider performance testing directly from the metro node to the unit.

The product is available now direct from Ruckus Wireless and its resellers for $149 MSRP.

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