a week ago
Office Test IsoStation AC
Reason for Installation
Testing a little bit with the IsoStations 5 AC
Used Products
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Location
Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland
Description

Hardware:
1x Ubiquiti IsoStation AC Standard
1x Ubiquiti IsoStation AC with Prism AP-5-90 Installed
2x Mikrotik 1100AHx2 with RouterOS 6.41

2018-01-12 12.01.33.jpg

 



Today we get the first Batch of IsoStation AC for us and we want to make a little "Indoor-Testing". So we decided to Built a PTP-Link between a 90 Degree Sector and a Standard IsoStation AC. We want to see the Maximum the Antenna can be "deliver" in a controlled Area with a free 80 MHz Channel. The Distance between the Antennas is Indoor realy low so we use a little bit of Metal to build a "simulated Distance" and set the Power to only 0 dBm. So we reach ~ 60 dBm.

 

In the Test we get in 80 MHz up to ~ 450 Mbits in one Direction, i think this is really good.

 

Leasons Learned:

- Don´t use the Speedtest from the Antenna´s because the only reach ~ 200 Mbits (In our case)

- Speedtest over Time and sitting between the Antennas isnt a really good Idea ;-)

- The Webinterface of the Antennas isnt very usefully when it show only "Waiting for Device..." when the Speedtest runs

 

 

Antenna Interface with Capacity by Testing in one Direction: Ubiquiti Antennen Speedtest.JPG

 

UDP Speedtest in one Direction:

Mikrotik Speedtest UDP.JPG

 

TCP Speedtest in one Direction:

Mikrotik Speedtest TCP.JPG

 

Speedtest in both Directions (UDP) with lots of Problems...

Mikrotik Speedtest UDP Both.JPG

The Antenna Stocks a lot and show often "Waiting for Device"Load.JPG

 

 

Office Test IsoStation AC

by a week ago - last edited a week ago

Hardware:
1x Ubiquiti IsoStation AC Standard
1x Ubiquiti IsoStation AC with Prism AP-5-90 Installed
2x Mikrotik 1100AHx2 with RouterOS 6.41

2018-01-12 12.01.33.jpg

 



Today we get the first Batch of IsoStation AC for us and we want to make a little "Indoor-Testing". So we decided to Built a PTP-Link between a 90 Degree Sector and a Standard IsoStation AC. We want to see the Maximum the Antenna can be "deliver" in a controlled Area with a free 80 MHz Channel. The Distance between the Antennas is Indoor realy low so we use a little bit of Metal to build a "simulated Distance" and set the Power to only 0 dBm. So we reach ~ 60 dBm.

 

In the Test we get in 80 MHz up to ~ 450 Mbits in one Direction, i think this is really good.

 

Leasons Learned:

- Don´t use the Speedtest from the Antenna´s because the only reach ~ 200 Mbits (In our case)

- Speedtest over Time and sitting between the Antennas isnt a really good Idea ;-)

- The Webinterface of the Antennas isnt very usefully when it show only "Waiting for Device..." when the Speedtest runs

 

 

Antenna Interface with Capacity by Testing in one Direction: Ubiquiti Antennen Speedtest.JPG

 

UDP Speedtest in one Direction:

Mikrotik Speedtest UDP.JPG

 

TCP Speedtest in one Direction:

Mikrotik Speedtest TCP.JPG

 

Speedtest in both Directions (UDP) with lots of Problems...

Mikrotik Speedtest UDP Both.JPG

The Antenna Stocks a lot and show often "Waiting for Device"Load.JPG

 

 

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