Aruba 630 Series Wi-Fi 6E APs

First enterprise-grade Wi-Fi 6E solution for fast, resilient, and secure connectivity

Are you looking for more wireless capacity? Need to grow wider channels? Then here is the solution for you - Aruba 630 Series APs. They have got unique ultra tri-band filtering enabling enterprises to take advantage of the 6 GHz band via three dedicated radios.

High performance, more capacity

Less interference

Ultimate efficiency

IoT and location ready

Simplify IOT-based location services & solutions

Deploying and managing IoT-based location services, security solutions, asset tracking services, and IoT sensors are simplified in the Aruba 630 series with the help of an integrated Bluetooth 5 and 802.15.4 radio for Zigbee support.

High Performance

Aruba 630 Series AP has got ultra tri-band filter utilizing the 6 GHz band, and it’s dual 2.5 Gbps ethernet ports will put an end to the coverage gaps, resulting in high performance with fast and secure connectivity.

More wireless capacity

Wider channels for multi-gigabit traffic will provide more capacity and speed with less interference. It delivers 3.9 Gbps maximum aggregate data rates Tri-radio, 2×2:2 MIMO in all three bands (3.9Gbps aggregate peak).

Less interference

Utilizing Aruba’s unique ultra tri-band filtering, 630 Series APs are free from signal interference. The enterprises can make use of the high end of 5 GHz band with the lower end of 6 GHz to eliminate performance degradation.

Optimum efficiency

Aruba’s Wi-Fi 6 access point is based on the 802.11ax standard, and has built-in features including Orthogonal frequency-division multiple access (OFDMA) and Multi-User MIMO to enhance its efficiency and security.

Uninterrupted Work Flow

Provide business continuity in case of failover for both data and power, using the two 2.5 Gbps HPE Smart Rate ethernet ports.

Global Implementation

Automatically update the country regulatory rules for supporting global implementation of Wi-Fi 6E, once the countries approve the use of the 6 GHz band.

Built-in Security

For more secure encryption and authentication, it includes Wi-Fi 6E standards such as WPA3, Enhanced Open and WPA2-MPSK.

Role-based access

IT is centrally configured and automatically enforced to role-based policies that provide proper access for users, applications, and devices across wired and wireless networks.

Client Steering

Using ClientMatch technology, traffic from the noisy 2.4 GHz band is steered to the 5 GHz or 6 GHz band based on device capabilities.


Operates as a standalone AP or with a gateway and can be deployed using zero touch provisioning.


AP-635: Internal antenna models
P type: Indoor, tri radio, 2.4GHz, 5GHz and 6GHz (concurrent) 802.11ax 2×2 MIMO
2.4GHz radio: Two spatial stream Single User (SU) MIMO for up to 574Mbps wireless data rate with 2SS HE40 802.11ax client devices
5GHz radio: Two spatial stream Single User (SU) MIMO for up to 1.2Gbps wireless data rate with 2SS HE80 802.11ax client devices
6GHz radio: Two spatial stream Single User (SU) MIMO for up to 2.4Gbps wireless data rate with 2SS HE160 802.11ax client devices
Up to 512 associated client devices per radio, and up to 16 BSSIDs per radio

Supported frequency bands (country-specific restrictions apply):
2.400 to 2.4835GHz ISM
5.150 to 5.250GHz U-NII-1
5.250 to 5.350GHz U-NII-2
5.470 to 5.725GHz U-NII-2E
5.725 to 5.850GHz U-NII-3/ISM
5.850 to 5.895GHz U-NII-4
5.925 to 6.425GHz U-NII-5
6.425 to 6.525GHz U-NII-6
6.525 to 6.875GHz U-NII-7
6.875 to 7.125GHz U-NII-8

Dynamic frequency selection (DFS) optimizes the use of available RF spectrum in the 5GHz band

Supported radio technologies:
802.11b: Direct-sequence spread-spectrum (DSSS)
802.11a/g/n/ac: Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM)
802.11ax: Orthogonal frequency-division multiple access (OFDMA) with up to 8 resource units

Supported modulation types:
802.11b: BPSK, QPSK, CCK
802.11a/g/n: BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM and 256-QAM (proprietary extension)
802.11ac: BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM, 256-QAM and 1024-QAM (proprietary extension)
802.11ax: BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM, 256-QAM, 1024-QAM and 4096-QAM (proprietary extension)
802.11n high-throughput (HT) support: HT20/40
802.11ac very high throughput (VHT) support: VHT20/40/80
802.11ax high efficiency (HE) support: HE20/40/80/160

Supported data rates (Mbps):
802.11b: 1, 2, 5.5, 11
802.11a/g: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 54
802.11n: 6.5 to 300 (MCS0 to MCS15, HT20 to HT40), 400 with 256-QAM
802.11ac: 6.5 to 867 (MCS0 to MCS9, NSS = 1 to 2, VHT20 to VHT80); 1,083 with 1024-QAM
802.11ax (2.4GHz): 3.6 to 574 (MCS0 to MCS11, NSS = 1 to 2, HE20 to HE40)
802.11ax (5GHz): 3.6 to 1,201 (MCS0 to MCS11, NSS = 1 to 2, HE20 to HE80)
802.11ax (6GHz): 3.6 to 2,402 (MCS0 to MCS11, NSS = 1 to 2, HE20 to HE160); 2,882 with 4096-QAM (MCS 12 and MCS13, proprietary extension)
802.11n/ac packet aggregation: A-MPDU, A-MSDU

Transmit power: Configurable in increments of 0.5 dBm
Maximum (aggregate, conducted total) transmit power (limited by local regulatory requirements):
Per radio/band (2.4GHz / 5GHz / 6GHz): +21 dBm (18dBm per chain)
Note: conducted transmit power levels exclude antenna gain. For total (EIRP) transmit power, add antenna gain.
Advanced Cellular Coexistence (ACC) minimizes the impact of interference from cellular networks
Advanced IOT Coexistence (AIC) allows concurrent operation of multiple radios in the 2.4GHz band
Ultra Tri-Band (UTB) enables ultimate flexibility in 5GHz and 6GHz channel selection without performance degradation*
Maximum ratio combining (MRC) for improved receiver performance
Cyclic delay/shift diversity (CDD/CSD) for improved downlink RF performance
Space-time block coding (STBC) for increased range and improved reception
Low-density parity check (LDPC) for high-efficiency error correction and increased throughput
Transmit beam-forming (TxBF) for increased signal reliability and range
802.11ax Target Wait Time (TWT) to support low-power client devices

AP-635: Integrated downtilt omni-directional antennas for 2×2 MIMO with peak antenna gain of 4.6dBi in 2.4GHz, 7.0dBi in 5GHz and 6.3dBi in 6GHz.

Built-in antennas are optimized for horizontal ceiling mounted orientation of the AP. The downtilt angle for maximum gain is roughly 30 to 40 degrees.

Combining the patterns of each of the antennas of the MIMO radios, the peak gain of the combined, average pattern is 2.9dBi in 2.4GHz, 4.9dBi in 5GHz and 4.3dBi in 6GHz.