With its two independently configurable 802.11b/g radio's, AirLive's G.DUO is best compared to a fusion of two access points. With its creation, AirLive aims to serve consumers, companies and organisation that require a combination of access points in a single network.
For instance, the G.DUO can be used in hotels: one of the radio's creates a bridge-connection to the hotel's wireless network, while the other radio functions as an access point for guests, meaning no additional network cables are required between access points.
When there are cables present, both radios can be used to provide users with a wireless network. By placing a directional antenna in a certain direction to each of the radios, the G.DUO is capable of providing WLAN for a larger area. The device is also compatible with Power over Ethernet, allowing the device to be powered by ethernet cabling.
In remote sites where internet is only available wirelessly, the WISP is capable of using the G.DUO as CPE: one radio is used to connect to the provider, while the other creates a wireless home network. The AirLive software also allows the WISP to regulate the connection's bandwidth.
Additional information on the AirLive G.DUO can be found on the manufacturer's website. A recommended price of $85 USD is specified for the G.DUO.