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  1. Yes, it is possible to overlap two or more sectors if they are transmitting on different frequency.
  2. 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.
  3. That is right just in case that the antenna is transmitting directly on the other AP. Since horn antennas do not have any side lobes, the other AP has to be in the main lobe. As you can see, this is not happening here, APs are not in the main lobe of the antennas, the APs are shifted and only streams are crossed. The proof that such an installation works is very positive feedback from customer who install it:
  4. Thanks for feedback. We will definitely look into this in order to provide you with an easy tool that will help you to aim our horn antennas.
  5. Read our newest case study from Wifi.team. Find out how our Symmetrical Horns Carrier Class help them to deliver connectivity to vessels in very demanding conditions of Navatia Shipyards.
  6. Yes, you got it right. At 21 degree - it is defined symmetrically so it means 10.5° from the center on both sides - the signal will be 3dB less than the maximum so the antenna has 15.5dBi gain there. At 30° (15° from the center on both sides) the signal is 6dB weaker comparing to the maximum so the gain of the antenna is 12.5dBi. The maximum gain of 18.5dBi is always defined at 0°. At 5° the gain of the antenna is 17.7dBi and at 10° the antenna has 17.2dBi gain.
  7. It does not matter if the streams are crossed when you are using them on different frequencies.
  8. jober, do have a problem with the ring? Usually it does not happen often, just in very few cases. However if you follow a standard RMA process - through your distributor - we will try to do our best to help you.
  9. Hi, we do not have a TP adaptor for RM5-Ti but we do have a solution for you. You can easily connect Rocket M5 Titanium to our Symmetrical Horns Carrier Class and utilize all their benefits. Explore SH-CC series here!
  10. We are still working on AirFiber 5X adapters. We will keep you posted here as well as on our social media. Stay tuned
  11. Dobry den, vitajte na rfelab.com. Predpokladam, ze mate na mysli RockShield™. Momentalne nemame v plane vyrabat podobny produkt aj pre Rocket 5AC -Lite ale dakujeme za navrh, urcite ho do buducnosti zvazime.
  12. Sonny, thanks for your interest. We do not have any plans to make a TwistPort™ adapter for the ePMP2000 for now. The radio is a little large for a TwistPort™. However you can use our Carrier Class Horn antennas that are made for radios that are too large for a TwistPort™. Please check them here.
  13. Dakujeme za prispevok, podobne pripomienky sme uz zaznamenali, nejedna sa o vadu alebo problem adapteru samotneho, ale o dosledok nedodrzania navodu na pouzitie Kvalite nasich produktov venujeme najvyssiu prioritu, so sposobom pouzivania/narabania s pigtailami sme sa zooberali uz pocas vyvoja a kazdopadne vitame kazdy navrh na zlepsenie nasich produktov od zakaznikov. K problemu pigtailov a TwistPort Adapteru pre RB: Pigtaily sa zlomia prave vtedy, ak sa snazite dostat dovnutra adapteru inak ako definuje navod na pouzitie, t.j. odskrutkujete hornu cast adapteru a adapter cely otvorite. Obzvlast sa pigtaily natiahnu ak ho otvorite a hornu cast adapteru sa snazite odkryt bez toho, aby ste spodnu cast dali nizsie (presne ako na vasom obrazku). Pokial postupujete podla navodu t.j. pripojite pigtaily ked je suflik vysunuty a zasunietie ho uz s pripojenymi pigtailami, kable sa nezlomia ani inak neposkodia. Napriek tomu, ze to nevyzera na prvy pohlad presvedcivo, s touto situaciou sa pocitalo a pigtaily maju dostatok miesta na to, aby sa spravne (im prirodzenym sposobom) ohybali bez ich poskodenia. Ohybanim pigtailov pri instalovani RB sme sa samozrejme zaoberali uz pocas vyvoja produktu. Na prilozenej fotke je jeden z testovacich prototypov, kde je cez vyrez v tele adapteru vidiet, ako sa spravaju pigtaily vo vnutri. Napr. na tomto konkretnom prototype sme testovali tvar a sposob uchytenia pigtailov - bystrejsi si vsimnu maleho dielu tlaceneho na 3D tlaciarni (testovali sme rozne tvary uchytenia). Takze len zopakujem - pigtaily sa naozaj nelamu. Zlomia sa len pripade, ze odmontujete hornu cast a adapter otvorite, alebo nepostupujete podla navodu, pigtaily nasilim vytahujete a pod. V pripade, ze namontujete RB podla navodu, pigtaily sa vam nezlomia ani nijako neposkodia. Na videu nizsie mozete vidiet instalaciu RB do adapteru a to, ze pri spravnom postupe pigtaily nie su nijako lamane ani inak mechanicky trapene (nad ramec ich urcenia/pouzitia). Mimochodom, tento typ pigtailov je prave urceny na takuto manipulaciu. To je jediny dovod preco sme v adapteroch pre Routerbordy urobili vynimku a nepouzili Semiflex (nespravne nazyvany semirigid - ten je totiz uplne tuhy koaxialny vodic bez moznosti ohybania uzivatelom) kabel, ktory je pouzity vo vsetkych ostanych twistport adapteroch (pre Rocket M5, prism ePMP a podobne). Semiflex kabel nie je totiz urceny/vhodny na takto mechanicky zatazovane aplikacie. Instalacia RB do adapteru: Ako sa pigtaily spravaju vo vnutri adapteru pokial je RB nainstalovany podla navodu:
  14. MimCom, thanks for interest. I would say early 2017. Stay tuned for more info