01-22-2012 05:40 AM
My problem is a small transfer rate.
side 1: Rocket M5 with 34dBi RocketDish , mode AP WDS
side 2: Rocket M5 with 34dBi RocketDish , mode Client WDS
distance of 11.88 km / measured over Google Earth /
RX: 11.86 Mbps
TX: 9.51 Mbps
Total: 21.37 Mbps
What do you think is the best set of equipment for the highest bandwidth.
I need at least
RX: 30~45 Mbps
TX: 30~45 Mbps
Sorry for my English
01-22-2012 09:54 AM
to offer any possible solutions.
Of course, all your equipment and
the path distance are reasonable.
This leaves three possibilities:
> bad settings
> bad path
> bad equipment
If you post your settings, we can
If your path is not completely clear,
including the Fresnel zone, the
solution is to change it.
If the equipment is bad, you could
What would you like to do? Dave
01-22-2012 10:01 AM
I would ask if you aimed properly, and configured the rocket's properly.
01-22-2012 11:13 AM
On the other hand the -30dB would
be the result of a bad setting. I should
have asked what the 'readings' are as
well as the 'settings'. Dave
01-22-2012 06:58 PM
We also need to your current configuration (firmware version, channel width, airmax on/off, ack on/off, distance set or auto) and we really need your current db level.
We should be able to help if you get us what we need. But personally, for a 12km link, I would have just used a pair of power bridges (for half the price) and called it a day (assuming I had proper fz clearance).
01-24-2012 12:08 PM
Problem is that sometimes the CCQ 100% sometimes falls to 40%. I'll try and tune into the frequency channel then I can post screenshots with the best results.
I suppose the biggest problem is that in noisy side_1
Someone would like to log on to rocket and try to set the rocket?
Sorry for the English, I translate it with Google.
01-24-2012 04:53 PM
to make much sense; the two Rocket
reports are entirely different from
That wireless link calculator does not
always account for obstacles and
foliage properly. Don't trust the result.
Because the signal levels are so high,
I suspect interference. Scan using AirView
from both ends of the link. And try
changing to another channel.
Change encryption from TKIP to AES. Dave
01-24-2012 05:23 PM
01-24-2012 05:52 PM
01-24-2012 06:16 PM
'why is there so much interference
at 5.7GHz'? Nobody has ever
reported interference all all points. Dave
01-24-2012 06:38 PM