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  3. @Jim Ainge Amazing picture! Love to go to Hawaii to see it live
  4. Getting horny in paradise. Two 60 degree horns providing connectivity to Kapiolani Park from Waikiki Shell in Honolulu, Hawaii. Designed for a Mimosa A5c with a Ceragon 39GHz link for the backhaul.
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  6. Wow guys its been really long time.Hope it will worth waitting.
  7. @Srishti Broadband there are many differences between those antennas but the most basic one is based on the type of deployment: Point-to-Point antennas: UltraDish™ and UltraHorn™ Point-to-Multipoint antennas: Symmetrical Horns and Symmetrical Horns Carrier Class The main benefit of any horn antenna (i.e. UltraHorns, Horns TP and Horns CC) is that it does not have any side lobes. It has only one main lobe that transmit a signal just to the area where your customers are and not spreading the signal elsewhere. Thanks to the absence of side lobes and very precise beam width of horn antennas you will collect significantly less interference comparing to the traditional sector antenna. Please check our technology webpage where we explain how our technology works as well as products webpages for other benefits of each type of the antenna (horns TP, horns CC, UltraHorns and UltraDish). If you want to learn more you can also join our live webinars. We do not have a TwistPort™ adaptor for MikroTik RB912UAG-5HPnD-out so the antennas marked with TP (stands for TwistPort™) are not compatible with this radio. So for point-to-multipoint deployments you can use either Symmetrical Horn Carrier Class antennas or Sector Carrier Class antennas. Both of these antennas have their benefits so in order to help you I will need more info like: how far are your clients? what type of CPE are you using? how wide is your sector? how many clients do you have per sector?
  8. can i known the difference between Ultra horn tp antennas ,ultra dish tp antennas and Symmentrical horn tp antennas and symmetrical horn carrier class antennas i m just confused which one is best for me , we are using rf element base station sector antennas and for client boxes we are using microtik sxt lite 5. and one thin known about twist port adapaters for microtik RB912UAG-5HPnD-out is available can u suggist me which one is best for me and we have 300 clients on wireless and we have 3 branches in india and attached fies are now what we are using and my tower images. and my tower is build on 2 floor building and from that place my tower is 60feet height
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  10. @Tasos Is about 4-5 weeks true for Ultradish or will it be Q3? Distributor mails Today is twill be Jul / Aug.
  11. We are sorting this on PM and as soon as we resolve it, we will post a solution.
  12. Show us your horns! Looking forward to see your great installations with Horns in this thread.
  13. Netonix WS-8-150-DC Switch is not - 48v DC
  14. Estimado Franelky y Conrad, por ahora no tenemos ninguna herramienta para definir exactamente las zonas que necesitan cubrir. Sobre todo, con las antenas sector symetricas no es tan dificil como parece ya que estan antenas disponen con una senal vertical y es mas facil apuntar estas a la zona necesaria. Lo que uds necesitan calcular es nomas el angulo de apertura de la zona cual quieren cubrir y de esa elegir la antena apropiada. Si necesitan mas informacion, estoy a su disposicion. Muchas Gracias.
  15. Chad, which model of the switch are you using? Also, please tell me if input voltage at switch is -48VDC (negative 48VDC)? Thanks, Jan.
  16. Took a volt meter up the tower. Can not find any electrical continuity between the Ethernet port (or shielding) to tower ground through the TP. Which is what I would suspect. I'm still trouble shooting where my ground short is happening - or which piece of hardware up there is failing.
  17. Chad, testing the radio in the TP when it is not attached to the tower might tell you something. If it still trips the breaker when the radio is in the TP and the TP is not attached to the tower, there may be something else wrong.
  18. Great, we love to hear that! Can You post some pictures, please? Thanks in advance..
  19. The Rocket Prism Gen 2 fit and work perfectly in the TP.
  20. Ok. Well at that distance I am maintaining a stable connection with a 13Dbi Omni currently, so I think it's a pretty good bet that the horn will work fine.
  21. Not sure about how ePMP1000 vs ePMP2000 construction / wiring / grounding. ePMP1000s coax ground connects to the tower once twistport is locked. Not sure how it is at ePMP, but example UBNT radios have negative from power connected to coax ground. Assuming it is similar here, than you create loop by connecting the radio to the antenna. So one issue can be that you have two different grounds - one on antenna (= tower itself) and another on the switch (via separate #4 green wired up the tower). By connecting the radio to the antenna, you get two different grounds into loop. Now why it blows the fuse, that is not typical symptom, but the truth is I am not an engineer :). I would also check the grounding, those 48V.. -48V telco could also cause problems in some cases.
  22. @Brandon Lege- Distance of Horns are based on many variables. No antenna has a fixed distance assigned to it. Noise, CPE used and acceptable modulation rate are just a few things to consider when answering your question. If you used a NB25 type CPE you can do 4Km to a 90deg Horn if you stayed in the -3db beam and maintain low to mid -60s for signal. If you tried your NB16 at 4Km you would be in the -70s. That same NB16 to a 60deg Horn will see something in the mid -60s. If you use the correct CPE for your particular Horn both 60s and 90s will work and in most cases achieve full good mod rates.
  23. I tried to find info on distance limitations for both the 60 and 90deg horn's but wasn't able to find any. My 2 longest links are 4.14Km and 3.74Km. Everything else is within 2Km. Is this doable with the horns? Both 90 and 60?
  24. @Brandon Lege- Based on the distances and CPEs you will use you don't need much down-tilt at all with a 60deg Horn for everyone to get great signals as long as its LOS. If you want to use down-tilt to limit exposure at the horizon I would suggest about 10deg to start but no more then 15deg to ensure your customers at 5km stay in the low -60s. With all that said, please consider these Horns are about 8-9db less gain overall then traditional sectors so by default you are limiting your horizon TX and RX capabilities. The math says 10-15deg down-tilt max, but I feel 5deg is all you need.
  25. Using a Netonix DC powered switch. When we power an ePMP 1000 radio naked (not in the TP), it powers fine. If we install it in the TP adapter which is twisted onto the horn, as soon as we power the radio, it blows the 48v fuse in the switch. We have a dedicated #4 green ground wire coming up the tower for the switch and two ePMP 2000 radios (the 1000 in question had no ground lug). I'm trying to figure out where my ground issue is. Is the ePMP can connect to tower ground through the TP, that helps narrow down the path.
  26. Chad - only conductive material touching the radio on antenna side are the connectors - you can see them inside the TP adaptor. What is inside ePMP1000, I can only judge - black box in this case. The Horn is completely conductive (metal). Without knowing more details we can not help here. E.g. what switch are you using and how is it grounded? Or shoot me PM and we can follow up.
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