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Line of Site

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Good Day Sir/Madam...
 
I just want to ask if the MOUNTAIN, COCONUT TREES and other TREES including the LINE OF SITE?
 
Given below the longitude and latitude.
7.788869,126.450903
7.743493,126.404588
 
HOPE TO REPLY U ASAP!
 
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Re: Line of Site

Mountain yes; however trees are typically not included in the link estimate. Either way you will want more height at both ends to achieve line of sight.
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Re: Line of Site

in dat distance {6km+} sir/madam...wat s d best for ptp?

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Re: Line of Site

I would usually recommend a PowerBeam.
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Re: Line of Site

Good morning people, i want to use this thread to make a sugestion.  Will be great if the airlink application could create by our own objects that simulate obstacles, putting the height and weight as parameters to create a better line of sight.  What do u think ?

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Re: Line of Site

I agree, how accurate is this tool for tower deployment? I'm just starting out and I don't want to make a costly mistake. Going by this tool my first tower location looks okay but......I'm still anxious about it.

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Re: Line of Site

I agree there should be a way to sort of "draw" areas of trees, and perhaps specify an approximate height of the trees.  I am totally new to learning about the AirMax products and am trying to figure out the best equipment for creating a small PtMP network, so it would be awesome to use the Link utility to tell me if I am totally out of luck if I have some patches of trees between my equipment, or if the connection will probably still be good enough for my needs.

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Re: Line of Site

Creating of own objects is an interresting idea, but we won't implement it.

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Re: Line of Site

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Not only does AirLink 'typically' not include trees in its link

calculations--it never does. You'll need to use another tool,

such as Google Earth--or a physical survey--to add them in

and manually estimate the effect.

 

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Re: Line of Site

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dear MiraGerms there is nothink seen bad in your link, i think it is good link with strong signal and good capacity 

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Re: Line of Site

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'sultani1', this is not good advice.

 

From the path profile, if there are any trees taller than

about 10m, they will partially or completely occlude the

path. You need to evaluate what trees or objects such

as buildings are in the path and account for them.   Dave


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