Easily Deploy your First 802.11ah Infrastructure Network overlaying your enterprise network

AP-100AH is the first commercially available access point supporting IEEE’s 802.11ah wireless standard which is a long-range technology where a single access point can give you range up to 3 kilometers supporting up to 675 clients. The AP-100AH is all that you need to incorporate 802.11ah into your existing or new infrastructure. The AP-100AH supports communication with a RADIUS server to enable 802.11ah client devices which are capable of 802.1X authentication.

First Commercial 802.11ah (HaLow)
Enterprise Access Point

A benefit of 802.11ah is extended range, making it useful for rural communications and offloading cell phone tower traffic. Among other benefits, AP-100AH is a revolutionary access point combining performance with unequivocal scalability and range (675 simultaneous connections and up to 3 km range). It enables the 802.11ah network integration into your enterprise network which requires 802.1X authentication.



The AP-100AH supports WPA3-Enterprise (128-bit mode) for 802.1X RADIUS authentication. The AP-100AH allows customers to overlay the existing enterprise network requiring 802.1x authentication by 802.11ah Wi-Fi HaLow network to cover the wider area. Combined with the use of the BR-100AH, any Ethernet device can be added to the Enterprise network through the AP-100AH.

NAT Support:

The AP-100AH supports Network Address Translation (NAT) which permits the access point to behave as an agent between the Internet and the private network. It signifies that a unique IP address can be used to symbolize the overall class of network devices like PCs. Thus NAT tenders the double feature of address translation and security for networking systems.

Seamlessly Connect to an Existing Network

The AP-100AH combines all the good parts of Sub-GHz technology and blends it with the familiarity, strength, and technological power of the W-Fi standard. What this means is that you can simply add this to your existing Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n network and add 802.11ah and leverage the benefits of long range and scalability that this new technology offers.

Embedded Web Server

The AP-100AH has an inbuilt webserver and a configuration page that can be used to configure the access point. It supports both http and https protocol with TLS security.

Customization for OEM's

We offer customization service leveraging our proprietary technologies and “know-how” incorporated into AP-100AH. Please contact us for your need for re-branding, feature enhancement, firmware customization, or hardware redesigning to meet your unique requirements.

Model number AP-100AH
Wired LAN


RJ-45 Connector x 1 10Base-T / 100Base-TX

Wireless standard

802.11ah (1x1)


Open, Enhanced Open, WPA3-Personal, WPA3-Enterprise (128-bit mode)

Encryption: AES-CCMP


1 MHz, 2 MHz & 4 MHz

Storage Temperature


-20 ~ + 80°C

20 ~ 90% RH

Operating Temperature


0 ~ + 40°C

20% ~ 90% RH (non-condensing)



Max # of Clients

675 stations simultaneously


5.0V ± 5% DC Jack (5.5mm x 2.1mm)

Regulatory Compliance FCC, ISED
Supported software AMC Manager®

126mm x 75mm x 24mm


5 years


Click on the Software Application to download the latest software file for your product.

AMC Manager


Version Release Date Note
3.10 3/7/2023 Version for firmware update through the web configuration page
3.10 3/7/2023 Version for firmware update through AMC Manager

Release Notes

-Roaming support is added.

Warranty and RMA's

Limited Warranty and RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) Policy

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