T300 Series

Outdoor 2x2:2 2.4/5GHz 802.11ac Wi-Fi access points

The Ruckus T300 Series, are dual-band 802.11ac outdoor access points (AP) designed explicitly for high density public venues such as airports, conventions centers, plazas & malls, and other dense urban environments.

Offered as either with an internal omni directional antennas or with optional external 5GHz antenna support, the T300 Series is designed for easy installation within an ultra-lightweight and low profile enclosure. The T300 is ideal for venue owners and enterprises looking to quickly and economically deploy Wi-Fi in high-capacity environments.

Integrated BeamFlex+ Smart Antenna Technology
Omni directional for very high-density deployments in arenas, stadiums, airports, etc. or external antennas
BeamFlex+ support for up to 4 dB of signal gain and 10 dB of interference mitigation in addition to the antenna gain
Internal antenna for a minimal form factor, which is essential in many deployments
Polarization Diversity with Maximal Ratio Combining (PD-MRC) ensures reliable connectivity for mobile devices
Hardened enclosure for harsh outdoor environments
IP-67 water and dustproof plastic enclosure with flexible wall or pole mounting options.
  • Description
    Entry-level 802.11ac AP with integrated omni or external antennas (5GHz)
  • Maximum PHY rate
    867 Mbps (5GHz)
    300 Mbps (2.4GHz)
  • Wi-Fi technology
    802.11ac (5GHz)
    802.11n (2.4GHz)
  • Concurrent users
    512
  • Radio chains:streams
    2x2:2
  • BeamFlex gains
    4dB
  • Max. interference mitigation
    10dB
  • PD-MRC
    Yes
  • Rx sensitivity
    -100dBm
  • ChannelFly
    Yes
  • Smart meshing
    Yes
  • USB
    No
  • Ethernet ports
    1

Dynamic Pre-shared Key (DPSK)

Security and Onboarding

What it means:

Dynamic Pre-Shared Key (DPSK) is a Ruckus developed technology that provides secure access and simplicity by providing each device or user with a unique PSK credential. Traditional Pre-shared keys (PSK) are shared by all users on a WLAN, giving it inherent vulnerabilities. If the passphrase is compromised, traffic for the entire WLAN is subject to eavesdropping and decryption by any passive observer. Further, to maintain security, all devices on the WLAN will need to be re-provisioned—this is true for all forms of passphrase compromise, including intentional or unintentional sharing, cracking, or device theft. DPSK is a Ruckus extension to the standard by which each and every associated device is issued its own unique passphrase, which is used for authentication and to create encryption keys. By provisioning each device uniquely, you get the benefits of per-device or per-user credentials found in 802.1X, but you maintain the usability and network simplicity benefits of PSK. Credentials can be created and revoked individually, and controlled with expiration intervals. Each DPSK can also be tied to a unique role or policy (even on a single WLAN), such as VLAN, ACLs, rate limits, and more.

Why you should care:

DPSK strengthens the security of the wireless network by vastly reducing the attack footprint of PSKs. It also reduces IT overhead, adds policy flexibility, and improves administrator visibility and control.