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Nano Gen2 450 Mb ?

Hello everyone, I have a little technical question,

 

I have a big project with a lot of HD camera and until now I had 4 or 5 nano AC GEN2.
 
  I like the nanobeam they are small and efficient, the problem is that I'm afraid I'm saturated at the reception level I know I have 450 Mb but I'm afraid it's not enough ... Nonod

 

  What do you advise me as an antenna is there + large antennas that can receive + high speed?

 

   I must keep the POE at 24 V

 

  Here is a small diagram

 

  Thanks for your help

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Re: Nano Gen2 450 Mb ?

Sure: if the main link is saturated--and it easily could be.

 

But this is a crazy design; if I count the 'hops' [relays]

correctly, there are nine of them from beginning to end.

Not only is this inherently unreliable, the data load for

the hops on the end include all the ones before it. In

other words, the radio at the near end handles nine

times the data load as the one at the far end.

 

You need to break this mess up into several point-

to-multipoint links.

 

These are radios--not 'antennas'.  Dave

 


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Re: Nano Gen2 450 Mb ?

Sure: if the main link is saturated--and it easily could be.

 

But this is a crazy design; if I count the 'hops' [relays]

correctly, there are nine of them from beginning to end.

Not only is this inherently unreliable, the data load for

the hops on the end include all the ones before it. In

other words, the radio at the near end handles nine

times the data load as the one at the far end.

 

You need to break this mess up into several point-

to-multipoint links.

 

These are radios--not 'antennas'.  Dave

 


> HQ in Seacoast region New Hampshire U.S.A.
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     UBWA [AirMax] / UEWA [UniFi] / UBRSS [routers]
UBNT.NH@gmail.com
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Re: Nano Gen2 450 Mb ?

ok thank you Dave

 

I will try to break this field and do it in multipoint.

 

By cons small question before there was the litebeam 120 degrees I can not find it on the catalog at home ubiquiti do you know why she disappeared?


  she was very practical this radio : cryin:

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Re: Nano Gen2 450 Mb ?

it was replaced by Lite AP GPS

 

search your seller for Lite AP its not called Lite beam

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Re: Nano Gen2 450 Mb ?

Oh yes, I did not see how suppliers do not tell us everything !!

 

 

  What's more this radio than the old version? 

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Re: Nano Gen2 450 Mb ?

There are only two radios in the LiteBeam 'AC' series:

a 23dBi dish and a thin 'sector' of 120deg. You don't

need all the 'GPS' stuff on the new version for this job.   Dave


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Re: Nano Gen2 450 Mb ?

Ah yes indeed 23 dBi instead of 16 it can make the difference and it can help in a lot of things, take it to the fields further !! Icon Lol