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  1. @Jim Ainge Amazing picture! Love to go to Hawaii to see it live
  2. @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?
  3. Show us your horns! Looking forward to see your great installations with Horns in this thread.
  4. 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.
  5. mistry7, we are working to bring them on market as soon as possible. Stay tuned for more info...
  6. Zach, Seems like they should be available at the end of Q2.
  7. Hi, yes there is nothing magnetic on TwistPort adapter nor horn antenna. Connect the GPS antenna to the connector on the bottom side of the adapter and then place it as high as possible (e.g on the tower) in order to get the best GPS signal. Check this video:
  8. Alasdair, great! Thanks a lot, this is very useful. We are now on travels but once we get back we will definitely look into this.
  9. Hi Alasdair, unfortunately we do not have anything like this. If you want to roughly know the coverage of each horn, you can use "ruler" tool in google earth to determinate angle between two points i.e. the sector that will be covered. Anyway thanks for feedback we will look into this as it might be helpful for others as well.
  10. Nalepka ma aj po pripadnom navlhnuti zanedbatelny vplyv na vyzarovanie a chod anteny. Nie je nutne ju umiestnovat inde.
  11. Novy diel je odliatok takze je ovela kvalitnejsi a presnejsi ako povodny diel. Nase produkty sa snazime neustale inovovat
  12. 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.
  13. You should look for UltraHorn™ TP 5-24, it is a proper one.
  14. @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.
  15. Arcee, what kind of CPE does the furthest client have?