09/13/2018
Upgrading to airMax AC Gen 2
Used Products
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Location
152 President Mbeki Drive, Rustenburg, South Africa
Description

Upgrading one of our Towers to increase our throughput between our sites.IMG_20180910_124715.jpg

 The Team busy with the installation, mounting the Rocket Dishes with Rocket 5AC Prism Gen2 Installed on both units.

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 The Team Doing Alligment on one of the Dishes

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 A Happy Team, The link is up and running.

 

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 Success, a good quality link that will help us in the long run.

 

 

Upgrading to airMax AC Gen 2

by on ‎09-13-2018 11:55 PM

Upgrading one of our Towers to increase our throughput between our sites.IMG_20180910_124715.jpg

 The Team busy with the installation, mounting the Rocket Dishes with Rocket 5AC Prism Gen2 Installed on both units.

IMG_20180910_124728.jpg

 The Team Doing Alligment on one of the Dishes

IMG_20180910_152239.jpg

 A Happy Team, The link is up and running.

 

Dashboard.PNG

 Success, a good quality link that will help us in the long run.

 

 

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Comments
by
on ‎09-14-2018 03:49 AM

A 30dB dish for 0.6 miles?... You could probably point them 180 degrees out and it'd work lol. We'd use a NanoBeam for that distance.

by
on ‎09-15-2018 05:31 AM

@stevehowes... that was exactly was I thought Man Happy That was waste of money

by
on ‎09-15-2018 08:00 AM

With a higher gain antenna you are able to reduce tx-power. This reduces interference. It is always better to have good ears.

by
on ‎09-15-2018 12:09 PM

You'll get better results using a lower frequency and definitely less power for that short distance, reduce the channel to 30 MHz, reduce power to 1dB and your link will be ten times better, and won't waste that big part of the spectrum

by
on ‎09-15-2018 12:41 PM

signal is fine. Even with big antenna. That link shows no sign of over kill.

by
on ‎09-15-2018 02:16 PM

where comes the 30 ms latency from ?

by
on ‎09-15-2018 02:26 PM

Pretty much the only scenario where 80 mhz might work

by
on ‎09-15-2018 03:14 PM

@Russ00726dB of power (56 dB EIRP) for 0.6 miles? that's insane, and destroying the spectrum for everyone

by
on ‎09-16-2018 04:54 AM

@RedLink_Juan its not my link.  I agree its too much but according to the interface everything looks ok. So how will rookie installers know that this is not the way to do things. Not everyone has studied the theory of wireless and this im affraid is why we all struggle.

by
on ‎09-17-2018 02:39 AM

"how will rookie installers know that this is not the way to do things"

 

Training?

 

"Not everyone has studied the theory of wireless"

 

Then you're probably doing it wrong!