In the process of equipping an RV for digital nomad life and future-proofing it for 5G, I have ordered a 9-in-1 antenna system that includes LTE: 4x4MiMo: 617-960/1710-6000MHz, WiFi:4x4MiMo: 2.4/5.0GHz and GPS/GNSS: 1 x1562-1612MHz 26dB LNA.
At this stage, the router of choice will be MAX Transit CAT-18.
This leaves 2 WiFi Antenna unused and terminated.
I was wondering if it would make any sense to split the 2 wifi connections of the transit towards 4 antennas using products like these:
I was considering this also after reading the settings “Wi-Fi Operating Mode” Found under AP Profile->AP settings.
The help states:
“The device with integrated AP can operate under two modes: WAN / AP, AP / AP.
When the device operates under WAN / AP mode, Wi-Fi 1 becomes the Wi-Fi WAN and Wi-Fi 2 functions as Wi-Fi AP.
When the device operates under AP / AP mode, both Wi-Fi 1 and Wi-Fi 2 function as dual band dual radio Wi-Fi AP. Wi-Fi 1 no longer functions as Wi-Fi WAN but 2.4GHz Wi-Fi AP; Wi-Fi 2 becomes 5GHz Wi-Fi AP.
Default: WAN / AP”
Would the split make any sense o bring any benefit?