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Re: M2HP 20MHz BW ok, 10 and 5 MHz No Link - Help?!

Does that scatter cancel out the signal by changing phase?
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Re: M2HP 20MHz BW ok, 10 and 5 MHz No Link - Help?!

Yup, even a ripple tank simulator showed that.
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Re: M2HP 20MHz BW ok, 10 and 5 MHz No Link - Help?!

WHT always makes monday morning a little more bearable.
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Re: M2HP 20MHz BW ok, 10 and 5 MHz No Link - Help?!

I worked out a model for tree grazing


Doesn't that refer to the eating habits of giraffe's?

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Re: M2HP 20MHz BW ok, 10 and 5 MHz No Link - Help?!

Donne make me pwn yer azz........
$ rm -r shapiros?.*
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Re: M2HP 20MHz BW ok, 10 and 5 MHz No Link - Help?!

harsh...

At least it was not rm -rf....
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Re: M2HP 20MHz BW ok, 10 and 5 MHz No Link - Help?!

For Mike - Any idea at this point why the noise handling button is not showing on Advanced (or anywhere else)??
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Re: M2HP 20MHz BW ok, 10 and 5 MHz No Link - Help?!

For Mike - Any idea at this point why the noise handling button is not showing on Advanced (or anywhere else)??


Hello,
I am awaiting an answer from my software guys.
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Re: M2HP 20MHz BW ok, 10 and 5 MHz No Link - Help?!

For Mike - Any idea at this point why the noise handling button is not showing on Advanced (or anywhere else)??


Hi,
Noise Immunity is switched OFF by default as it fixes connection issues on low signals. We just left ability to turn this ON in configuration. This option was not planned to be on WEB UI but we''ll think about this later. As release notes states it is available only in config:
"Ability to switch Noise immunity on/off in config, by default off "
Next time we'll be more accurate in release notes, sorry!
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Re: M2HP 20MHz BW ok, 10 and 5 MHz No Link - Help?!

OK, so if I download the cfg it will be there as a switch, but I want to leave it OFF if I am running weak signals, right? It was ON in the original release, which is why 10 MHz and 5MHz BW and channel shifting would not work?
(In other words, leave it as is, or "if it ain't broke, don't fix it!!")

Joe
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Re: M2HP 20MHz BW ok, 10 and 5 MHz No Link - Help?!

OK, so if I download the cfg it will be there as a switch, but I want to leave it OFF if I am running weak signals, right? It was ON in the original release, which is why 10 MHz and 5MHz BW and channel shifting would not work?
(In other words, leave it as is, or "if it ain't broke, don't fix it!!")

Joe


Correct.
Thanks,

Mike