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So I understand that the SA5315 is a 5Ghz sector antenna. If I am using two of them in conjunction with only one ENH1750EXT is there any benefit to using more then one wire to one antenna, I only have 3 5Ghz antenna outputs on the 1750, so one antenna would have 2 5Ghz connections, and the other antenna only one 5Ghz source. Would the second wire increase bandwidth or available clients? If so I can add it to the sector that I believe will carry more traffic. Otherwise I was planning on leaving the stock stubby antenna on the AP and possibly tasking that to the close range clients that would be within, or below if you will, the 9 degree vertical band of the sector antennas. Obviously with one antenna and one AP you can take advantage of the 3x3 technology, I got this antenna mainly as a future proof type situation, should I want to add a third sector or second AP. Also are there any restrictions on how close the SA5315 can be mounted in relation to each other? My mounting space is limited and I was hoping to be able to mount them both on the same mast in the corresponding directions. Or is there a way within the ENH1750EXT to convert all six outputs to 5Ghz by eliminating or shutting off the 2.4Ghz band? I didn't see anything in the documentation or manuals about this type of feature, so I'm pretty sure it doesn't exist.