This will function poorly. If you want to use the N5-360, use a 4x4 AP. It has a specific design that does not work for multiple APs on the same antenna.
You want a different kind of antenna for this idea if you need to use multiple A5x radios.
The N5-360 is setup like this. Consider 90 degree cardinal directions for this example:
- Chain 1 - N, E
- Chain 2 - E, S
- Chain 3 - S, W
- Chain 4 - W, N
So, if you connected a 2x2 radio to Chain 1 and Chain 2, you would see a single chain if connecting from the north, two chains if connecting from the east, and again only one chain if connecting from the south.
If you have a second 2x2 radio on Chain 3 and Chain 4, then when you are aiming from the north, you would see one chain from each radio. This would give you the benefit of connecting to either radio, but the drawback of lacking MIMO communication.
The N5-360 only has 2 chains in any given direction, so it is not somehow limited by the client radio only being 2x2. Often, however, 4x4 APs do better communicating with a 2x2 CPEs than just a 2x2 AP.
You would need to be on separate channels no matter what way you do accomplish this. The overlap at any edge is going to result in very poor performance at edges, and I think there is very limited front-to-back isolation in this unit since it is intended for a single radio.
There are antennas that could work (conceptually) for this use case, but if you are using Mimosa and need an omni, I think you should consider an A5-14 or an A5c on an N5-360.