Installation of access points on ceilings of 10 feet?

Good day, anyone has experience installing Omni-directional access points on high ceilings (10 meters). Will for such purposes conventional ceiling ubico?
June 8th 19 at 16:51
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June 8th 19 at 16:53
And what's the experience? Mounting?

Any, just need a diagram to look both vertically and horizontally, and there are already thinking whether it is satisfied with you in a particular situation.
I know the diagram and what of it? really it does not change at this altitude? the customer is standing directly under the point you hear the tone? - Collin_Gutmann commented on June 8th 19 at 16:56
, "parallel point" is geometric nonsense (even if you mean access point). "Parallel" can only be a line and a plane. - Mark.Kub commented on June 8th 19 at 16:59
well, right under the point - Collin_Gutmann commented on June 8th 19 at 17:02
you really think that just underneath the level of the signal will be zero? - Mark.Kub commented on June 8th 19 at 17:05
really it does not change at this altitude?
The pattern didn't change at all.
And certainly not changing the height.
The radiation pattern is actually the direction where the signal is emitted, and where accepted.

If you have the figure exactly under the point of the "dead zone" where it will be in any case - even though you are on three metres it will hang, at least for one hundred meters.
And Vice versa. - earl.Weissnat commented on June 8th 19 at 17:08
You have in question there is a phrase -
Omni-directional access points
Points in the plural.
Ie you put more than one point, and the whole complex of points.
Accordingly, the need and expect comprehensive coverage, to on the one hand they minimally interfere with each other, on the other hand provided the most complete coverage of a given area.

Therefore, to consider in terms of fit or not can only be in the context of a real task, knowing TK, a floor plan, and a bunch of things. - earl.Weissnat commented on June 8th 19 at 17:11
why not? if the chart is a donut - Collin_Gutmann commented on June 8th 19 at 17:14
for example , because a point has pretty good power and a dead zone with no external obstacles (some shielding objects) are possible only somewhere in space. Or not with such an antenna, which these access points are installed. The failure at the level will be, but relative, not a "dead zone". Another issue is that if the highs of the chart have on the side, it is hanging under a tall ceiling, you will be more warming to the atmosphere than to deliver a signal to the consumer, especially in a small room. That would be silly and inefficient. But the work will be. - Mark.Kub commented on June 8th 19 at 17:17

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