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  3. @mrtn- The adapter is in the front of our road map for new products. No ETA to give at the moment, but we are working on it.
  4. Hello good time Do you still have the intention of producing Simper? We are the provider of the Internet and we need this product Please inform us about the status of this product and its future Thank You
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  6. Is there planned an twistport adapter for Mimosa C5x product?
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    RFE on TOUR
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    *** DETAILS HERE: *** https://v5test.syscom.mx/singlepage/conferencias_syscom_2019 Acabe con el ruido de su torre ¡ahora! con RF Elements
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    RFE on TOUR, New Zealand

    *** REGISTRATION HERE: *** https://training.gowifi.co.nz/function/rfelements-ontour/72-rfelements-ontour RF Elements On Tour Come and catch up with Tasos from RF Elements. A FREE full-day event which will cover what, how, why, when and where their unique range of products fit into NZ. Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea provided. The RF Elements workshop will cover: 9:30 - 10:00 - Registration 10:00 - 11:00 - Symmetrical Horns Antenna (TWIST PORT PRODUCTS) 11:00 - 11:15 - Coffee break 11:15 - 12:00 - Noise rejection 12:00 - 13:30 - Lunch 13:30 - 14:15 - Increasing throughput 14:15 - 14:30 - Coffee break 14:30 - 15:15 - Migration to HORNS 15:15 - 16:00 - Discussion
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    MORE INFO HERE: https://www.comms-connect.co.nz/
  11. https://training.gowifi.co.nz/function/cambium-plus-rfelements/71-cambiumnetworks-rfelements-workshop-auckland Cambium Networks and RF Elements Workshop Auckland The day before the NZ Comms Connect / RFUANZ Conference, Come and catch up with GoWiFi, Cambium Networks and RF Elements representatives all in one place! A FREE full-day event that begins with a technical Cambium Networks workshop on the ePMP3000 and introduction to cnRanger & cnHeat followed by RF Elements who will be discussing their product benefits and roadmap. Cambium Workshop 9am - 3.30pm | Tutor: Eddie Stephanou - Cambium Networks Regional Technical Manager RF Elements Product Overview and Q & A from 3.30pm | Speaker: Tasos Alexiou – RF Elements S.R.O. Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea provided. Valuable Networking drinks and nibbles afterwards and spot prizes to be won over the day because we know you guys love free stuff 😉 The Cambium Networks workshop will cover: ePMP 3000 - Maximize Network Performance ePMP 3000 Technology 4x4 MU-MIMO Wider Channels Higher Modulation ePMP 3000 extends the technology Uplink beam-steering Dynamic Filtering Synchronization ePMP 3000 with 11n devices and Elevate Compatibility Improved performance (LDPC and MRC) cnRanger – Introducing our LTE LTE Value Proposition and Roadmap LTE Core Network and cnRanger Implementation Equipment Set Up LTE Concepts and cnRanger Features cnHeat - Planning the RF World High Res Data
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    RFE on TOUR - AUSTRALIA

    *Link* RF ELEMENTS ON TOUR - AUSTRALIA Monday 29/4/19 The Village Green Hotel, Mulgrave Melbourne Australia Presentations and duration: 9:30 - 10:00 - Registration 10:00 - 11:00 - Products overview 11:00 - 11:15 - Coffee break 11:15 - 12:00 - Noise rejection 12:00 - 13:30 - Lunch 13:30 - 14:15 - Increasing throughput 14:15 - 14:30 - Coffee break 14:30 - 15:15 - Migration to HORNS 15:15 - 16:00 - Discussion 16:00 - 17:00 - Drinks The Village Green Hotel Springvale Rd & Ferntree Gully Rd, Mulgrave VIC 3170
  13. Nuevo caso de éxito, esta ves con el uso de las antenas de RF elements horns simétricas de 30 grados. Resumen La red Habana-Este surge en el año 2008 en La Habana - Cuba con el objetivo de compartir información entre amigos sin ánimo de lucro. Desde sus inicios se ha encontrado con la encrucijada de como aumentar el ancho de banda en sus enlaces y lograr una mayor estabilidad y menos pérdidas de paquetes/baja latencia hacia las conexiones de sus usuarios dado que un objetivo principal son los juegos en la red local. En la actualidad se halla en un momento de expansión de sus enlaces troncales y, como practicamente cualquier red, se ha encontrado con problemas de antenas que emiten ruido lo cual afecta negativamente el desempeño de los enlaces. Conoce más aquí - https://rfelements.com/assets/Uploads/Testimonial-Red-Habana-Este.pdf
  14. I believe they went with frequency reuse but I’m not 100% if they chose using that or the gps sync. The horns are doing great at keeping the Rf from spreading much outside of their 30 degree but we did have to overlap a few due to dense amounts of customers in that area. I’ve been very happy with them so far as opposed to the 120 degree sectors we were using previously that interfered all the way around them. Just got another 100 plus units in so my guys will be busy these next few weeks!
  15. @Nick- Thats a dense setup! I like it. Hows the performance? Channel reuse or GPS Sync?
  16. I like that double pipe bracket you guys used. So far I’ve been using 2 x 10’ pipes for 6 antennas each. Gets a bit crowded though.
  17. JT

    Beam resolution

    Beam resolution displays antenna radiation beam width at -3db, -6dB or -12dB decrease from max (bore sight) gain.
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    Beam resolution

    Good day, I communicate because I need acesoramiento with the subject of Beam Resolution, that I figure in the calculator RF and I do not know what function it fulfills and what utility it gives me in the antenna.
  19. Hi, Nice Job Kris RF 550 with RB 911ac ? The best set.
  20. @kbulczynski- Nice picture. Thanks for sharing your install! How are you liking the performance with MikroTik?
  21. @mhoward- They are not discontinued, just temporary delayed supplies. Did you try our stock locator to look at global stock? Might be out in your region, but available in others. Have a look here: https://rfelements.com/stock-locator/
  22. Hola @SpainWISP Los enlaces en las redes inalámbricas (para una mayor calidad) no deben de tener obstrucción de línea de vista ni de zona fresnel (entre otros aspectos). Te menciono estos dos pues son los que yo tengo en cuenta para responder tu pregunta, hay muchos más factores a tener en cuenta. Algo si está claro -> Mientras más alto, pues mejor. No obstante, te invito a que realices tu planificación con nuestra herramienta Link Calculator - https://rfelements.com/calc/ Dentro de esta herramienta existe un parámetro en el cual puedes introducir la altura a la que vas a desplegar la antena (respecto a la tierra) y ahí puedes observar como varían los demás parámetros como la calidad del enlace, el índice MCS esperado, etc. La herramienta se encuentra en idioma Español. Cualquier novedad me puedes dejar saber, Un saludo cordial, Jorge
  23. OK, y la altura minima respecto a un tejado que la puedo ubicar? Muchas gracias! A ala espera de la camiseta!
  24. Everywhere currently seems to be out of stock on the carrier class sectors (specifically, SEC-CC-2-14 and SEC-CC-5-17), and has been for quite some time. Is this just a temporary supply issue, or are these antennas being discontinued?
  25. Hola @SpainWISP. Primero que todo, gracias por escribirnos. Te comento que de acuerdo con la ficha técnica (https://rfelements.com/assets/Uploads/UH-TP-5-24-Datasheet-ESP.pdf) esta antena soporta vientos de 160KM/H. Puedes chequear otra información relevante dentro de la ficha técnica usando el enlace que te puse más arriba, Un saludo, Jorge
  26. Hola a todos vamos a colocar dos UH-TP-5-24 en una montaña con bastante viento... ¿Que velocidad máxima teorica puede soportar los herrajes y la antena? Se vé de construcción solida pero alguien ha tenido alguna experiencia? Un saludo
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