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Be aware that if your wireless AP has dual bands 2.4/5ghz, the antenna will also need to be dual band. Unless your AP is single band.

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My AP is single band, only 2.4Ghz.

Does it matter, which antenna is bigger, I have 3 antennas in AP and only one big 9dbi antenna.

The only difference is that, the high dbi antenna will be able to broadcast the signals a big further than the other antennas.

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My AP is single band, only 2.4Ghz.

Does it matter, which antenna is bigger, I have 3 antennas in AP and only one big 9dbi antenna.

Depends how the device is configured. It might use a different Rx Tx per antenna. Or it might use whatever one has best signal. You would have to check your configs to find out.

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Depends how the device is configured. It might use a different Rx Tx per antenna. Or it might use whatever one has best signal. You would have to check your configs to find out.

How it should be configured for different antennas at same time?

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How it should be configured for different antennas at same time?

You will need to log onto your router admin interface and locate the settings that references to TX, RX and change it from there. Besides I am not sure, whether your router's current firmware allows changes to be made to the antenna's configuration.

You best bet is to check the manual and see if it supports. If it doesn't your other option would be to flush your router firmware with an open source firmware, like Tomato or DD-WRT. I must warn you that, flushing your router's firmware will void the warranty and before flushing your router's firmware, you must ensure that your router is supported, by the open source firmware.

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