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  1. Yes, that is true. We are working on solution that will help you to set desire downtilt. However for now, the only way is to try it - start we smaller downtilt (e.g. 5°) and if it looks that you are shooting too far add more.
  2. You should look for UltraHorn™ TP 5-24, it is a proper one.
  3. @Arcee Theoretical maximum distance with 16dBi client and SH-TP 5-60 (and maximum output power) is around three miles so for the furthest client use at least 19dBi client. In such a case you can use around 10° downtilt to not spread your signal too far.
  4. Arcee, what kind of CPE does the furthest client have?
  5. If you want to use our three chains antenna with a UBNT gear (UBNT has only two chains APs), you can utilize third chain to connect another one chain radio. It means one antenna with two radios.
  6. Check the discussion about HHV and VVH: However if you are using only UBNT gear there is no 3 chains radio as Netmetal 5 from Mikrotik so you can use that third chain for another one chain AP. This might be useful if you need additional AP to cover your sector. You can have two radios (one of them just one chain radio) connected to one antenna so you save the space on the tower and also it is cheaper than to have two different antennas.
  7. Nam je jasne kde sa "inspirovali"
  8. We do not have a firm ETA at the moment. We are working very hard to bring UltraHorns as soon as possible but our works are paused due to new year holiday season in Asia. Stay tuned for more info.
  9. Such a distance is absolutely fine. We are still working on UltraHorns so it is extremely difficult to predict the improvement that you might achieve but if I have to guess I would say that it might be in tens of percents. However it is just my guess so rather try them and let as know
  10. We do not have any plans to make dual-band antennas or dual-band horns for now. The only dual-band antenna that we currently have is our Omni-Directional Dual Band antenna (OARDSBX-DUAL25).
  11. There are many benefits of using UltraHorns instead of traditional parabolic dish antennas: beam without side lobes, zero loss TwistPort™ connector, innovative and very easy mounting system. Beam does not have side lobes and signal is focused just in to main beam so UltraHorn will not receive signals outside this only lobe. Side lobes of parabolic dish antennas are huge, sometimes almost half the size of the main lobe, so the improvement of your performance will be significant. And you do not need to buy any shrouds or shields, just an appropriate TwistPort™ adaptor. I would say that 30km for UH-TP 5-21 and 60km for UH-TP 5-24 should be feasible. However please note that achievable distances in real world might be different due to many factor like interference, topology etc.
  12. Currently we do not have radome for ULD TP-550. UltraDishes will come only with 400 mm and 550 mm diameters for now.
  13. adunalp, if you would like to cover 360° it is better to use setup with overlap - mix of 30° and 40° symmetrical horns antennas. Horn's beam pattern is very precise and signal drops fast outside the main lobe so overlap will make positioning easier in order to have full 360° coverage without dead spots. Please check following animation how precise is the beam pattern of Symmetrical Horn compared to a mainstream sector antenna:
  14. Yes, it is possible to overlap two or more sectors if they are transmitting on different frequency.
  15. Estimado mwirelesspr, el webinar no fue grabado sin embargo el siguiente lo puedes ver en vivo el primer de Febrero a la misma hora. Para registrarte utiliza la pagina https://www.rfelements.com/support/webinars. Gracias.