If you put one H510 on the outside wall, near the wall between the two rooms you wish to cover, it should be sufficient. Alternate and stagger on the other side of the hallway rooms so your H510s are not directly accross from each other.
Hello Michael, thank you for your reply. I would like better specify my scenario.
There are two hallways and 8 rooms per hallway, 16 rooms per one floor. One room consists of 2 small rooms divided by wall. All 8 rooms in one hallway are in row, only in one side. It means there aren't rooms from other side of hallway. Same is in second hallway, which are in opposite side of the floor.
Two small rooms share common wall between each other. This wall goes between hallway wall ( between room and hallway ) and outside/outer wall . My plan was put one H510 on this common wall. But i wasn't sure about H510 antenna pattern. If H510 could cover second room behind the common wall.
So if that radiation patterns assume that H510 is really wall mounted, then it covers all in 360 degrees radius in horizontal plane. Right? But if you look at those diagrams, then elevation diagram is strange. It seems that then H510 covers very well upper floor and very slightly or almost not lower floor. Am i right?
Btw: Would be helpful drawing for you? Unfortunatelly i haven't got ZonePlanner. I use Ekahau.
What is better approach for this project? More H with lower TX gain or fewer R ? I need penertrate max 1 concrete wall. ( unfortunately all walls are made from concrete ).