Mike

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  1. Advice for SH

    Sure, no problem. I will be happy to help you. Send me a PM
  2. Advice for SH

    When you look at our SEC-CC 5-17 from the back side, the left pigtail is horizontal and the right one is vertical.
  3. Advice for SH

    @Kris, what do you mean by "chain H/V is difrent then AM-5G-20"? Can you also please send some screenshots?
  4. 60 Deg Symmetrical TP Horn

    Sorry my fault I missed it For a 60° horn at 180' and 22dBi CPE I would recommend you to use 15°-20° downtilt in order not to spread signal too far.
  5. 60 Deg Symmetrical TP Horn

    How high is your tower?
  6. IsoStation

    Rozhodli sme sa ze kroky nasej konkurencie nebudeme verejne komentovat
  7. about new rf elements

    There is not any universal "best CPE". Usually people pick CPEs and APs from the same vendor so they can use its proprietary features (e.g. MikroTik has nv2 protocol). Our horn antennas are compatible with any radio (you can use SH-TP if we have TP adaptor or SH-CC for any radio) so we allow you to choose base on your preferences. Our recommendation is to use CPE with as narrow beamwidth as possible and with the gain appropriate to the distance of CPE. Again I would recommend you to check this webinar which will clarify you many things.
  8. about new rf elements

    @Srishti Broadband, the number of clients depends on the AP not the antenna. So with the same AP you can serve same number of CPEs (if they are in the coverage area). However I would recommend you to have less clients in order to provide them higher bandwidth. For clients that are more than 7km far away I would recommend you to use 30° horn antennas. For clients which are closer you can use even wider antennas however the most suitable model for your needs depends on the distance of you clients, gain of CPE and also where you clients are located and how would you like to segment your coverage area. I would recommend you to check this webinar which will help you to understand how to use these antennas.
  9. 60 Deg Symmetrical TP Horn

    @timotaofx, we do not have a tool for calculation of a downtilt for now. However I can help you to determine the best downtilt for you if you provide me with following information: high of the tower, TX output power of AP, CPE gain and maximum distance of your CPE. V beamwidth is the same as H beamwidth, so for SH-TP 5-60 it is 60° at -6dB. Please check following datasheet: https://www.rfelements.com/assets/Uploads/Datasheet-Symmetrical-Horn-SH-TP-5-60-1.pdf
  10. @jrobles I am happy to help you. What type of TP adaptor are you using? Could you please post a photo of that adaptor so I can see inside the shielding part? This sometime happens when a radio is not properly slid inside the adaptor. Please slide the radio inside the adaptor and post a photo of that as well.
  11. @Tommaso we are trying to deliver it as soon as possible. Good products take some time. Once we will have a firm ETA we will let you know. Stay tuned...
  12. @Jim Ainge Amazing picture! Love to go to Hawaii to see it live
  13. about latest releases of rf elements

    @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?
  14. Show us your horns! Looking forward to see your great installations with Horns in this thread.
  15. Rocket AC lite Shielded Twistport Issue

    Hi Jorge, thanks for interest. I will do my best to help you. I already sent you a mail with needed information in order to investigate your issue.