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Need advice for bridge WiFi

Bonjour,

 

Je fais appel à vos connaissances pour monter un pont WiFi entre trois hangars.

Le client souhaiterait trois bornes (une au point A, une au point B et une au point C).

 

Est-ce possible qu’un signal arrive à atteindre les deux bornes (B et C) sans trop de pertes avec une Fibre 40 Mégas ?

 

Avez-vous une autre solution ?

 

Il y a environs 70 mètres entre chaque hangar

 

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Hello,

 

I'm using your knowledge to build a WiFi bridge between three sheds with a Nanobeam AC Gen2.
The customer would like three terminals (one at point A, one at point B and one at point C).

 

Is it possible for a signal to reach both terminals (B and C) without lose signal (with Fiber 40M) ?

There is approximately 70 meters between each hangar

 

Do you have another solution?

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Cordially,

 

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Re: Need advice for bridge WiFi

Two NBE5AC-GEN2 units would be ideal for B and C locations.  For A, you will want an antenna with at least 90degrees of coverage.

 

I would consider the LiteAP (LBE5AC-120) or perhaps a Rocket5AC + 90 or 120degree airMAX sector (for 5GHz). 

 

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Re: Need advice for bridge WiFi

Yes. Do you know the angle between these two points, B and C?
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Re: Need advice for bridge WiFi

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Hello,

 

I can place my NanoBeam to have got an angle of 80 °.

 

And I've between A & B : 73.3meters

And A & C : 100meters

 

Cordially, 

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Re: Need advice for bridge WiFi

Two NBE5AC-GEN2 units would be ideal for B and C locations.  For A, you will want an antenna with at least 90degrees of coverage.

 

I would consider the LiteAP (LBE5AC-120) or perhaps a Rocket5AC + 90 or 120degree airMAX sector (for 5GHz). 

 

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Re: Need advice for bridge WiFi

Thanks James, 

 

So I will use the LiteAP (LBE5AC-120) at A and Two NBE5AC for B.

 

Cordially,