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    Enlace de registro - ¿Quieres conocer cuáles son los métodos que proponemos para lograr un aumento de ancho de banda con nuestros equipos #RFelements? ¿Tienes problemas en tu red actual debido al aumento de la necesidad de conectividad de tus clientes por el confinamiento en casa? Pues no te pierdas nuestro próximo webinar el día 8 de Abril - Aumento De Ancho De Banda ¡Te esperamos! Horario por países / regiones CET (Horario Central Europeo) - 5.00PM Ciudad de México, México - 10.00AM Lima, Perú - 11.00AM Bogotá, Colombia - 11.00AM Buenos Aires, Argentina - 1.00PM
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  4. zdravim, je tento webinar niekde k dispozicii? resp. neplanujete pocas "karanteny" nejaky webinar v slovencine resp. anglictine? diki
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  6. HI, our horns only work in the 5 GHz band, so no, the 3.65 Rocket will not work with our antennas.
  7. Zdravím pánové, nezkoušel někdo připojit jednu prismu ke třem hornům pomocí nějakého koax splitteru? Máme takovou trochu atypickou sajtu, kterou sdílíme s jiným poskytovatelem, ten tam má asi 10 SXTček. Asi si dovedete představit ten rušák. Mám 1 kanál, který je volný ve všech směrech kam potřebuju vysílat. Tím že mám na každé AP sotva 3 klienty se mi tam moc nechcou dávat 3 Prismy a synchronizovat to. Chápu že tam bduou asi nějaké ztráty na konektorech a kabelech, ale furt to bude levnější než kupovat 3 Prismy. Vím že je to trochu "punk" nápad, ale možná by to mohlo fungovat. Vaše názory?
  8. Hello wondering if we can use a UBNT 3.65 rocket on one of your horns?
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    Hi, I'm wondering if there is a product to replace Ubiquiti's Rocket M900's. We are experiencing horrific RF Bleed.
  10. Hi, that depends on the distances you want to cover and how many customers you want to connect per sector. A good place to start is our Link Calculator to find out which horn would fit the job (video guide on how to use the calculator is here). If you are switching from omni you probably want to cover the whole 360 degree circle around the site, so dividing the 360 into for example 6 sectors using 60 degree asymmetrical horns can work well. If you have time to spare, watch our webinar Migration to Horns 101 where we explain how people usually start out with Horns. Let me know if you have any questions once you watch the webinar or are not sure about something!
  11. Hello We are currently using an Omni and want to switch to RF elements horn we can't decide what type of horn to use. what are some of the factors we need to consider, can someone help us decide ? Thank You
  12. They look the same because the distance of SMA connectors on ePMP1000 and RM5 is identical, but the radios will not lock correctly because the shape of the radio enclosures are different.
  13. Hi, I have many TwistPorts for Ubnt M5, can I use the same ones for Epmp 1000 / 3000L? Aesthetically they look the same. Thank you
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    REGISTRO - En la actualidad existen muchos desafíos de problemas de ruido y poca disponibilidad de espectro, y si encima añadimos el tráfico de datos que ha crecido exponencialmente por el aislamiento de comunidades enteras (trabajo desde casa, streaming, juegos en línea, etc) por el coronavirus entonces la solución a estas necesidades son antenas que le permitan extraer todo el rendimiento posible a su radio con una eficiencia muy alta en su enlace. Únase a este webinar y conozca de primera mano cuales son las pautas a seguir para lograr migrar su red actual a las cornetas de #RFelements y notar un incremento de ancho de banda y sostenibilidad añadido a una escalabilidad sin precedentes para cubrir con toda la demanda que pueda recibir como WISP. ¡Los esperamos! Horario por países / regiones CET (Horario Central Europeo) - 5.00PM Ciudad de México, México - 10.00AM Lima, Perú - 11.00AM Bogotá, Colombia - 11.00AM Buenos Aires, Argentina - 1.00PM
  15. Hola @LONNY Creo que te refieres a las antenas cornetas simétricas, no? Si es así pues no, no tenemos antenas cornetas simétricas en la banda de los 2.4GHz, solo en 5GHz. Te dejo acá el enlace para que conozcas más sobre nuestras antenas cornetas simétricas - Un saludo cordial, Jorge
  17. ¿no hay antenas simétricas en frecuencia de 2.4 ghz?
  18. Beam Efficiency is an important antenna parameter for WISPs because it describes the sidelobe levels. Check out this episode of Inside Wireless and learn more about Beam Efficiency! #wehavehorns #make5ghzgreatagain #RFelements #beamefficiency Inside Wireless- Beam Efficiency Definition.mp4
  19. It is very unlikely that this is caused by AP antenna based on its performance characteristics. So I would say the issue might be radio, firmware or even environment related.
  20. Hi Greg, what CPE are you using?
  21. We are using the HG3-TP-A60 with Ubiquiti Rocket-LTU on 3 sites. We find consistently that if we run the units at the lower part of the band (5200Mhz) we get much better Rx signal on the CPE vs running on the upper part of the band (5800MHz). This could be cause by either the radio or the antenna so I'm posing the question to RFelements. The datasheet show good consistent gain across that range. what is your thoughts?
  22. For other users that may have similar questions: the only guidance is not having them right under the upper radio. Typically you try to criss cross them so the radios are furthest apart when under another. For example of a 3 radio stack the top will point to the NW, the middle will point N and the bottom will point NE. I know that is rough angles to make the point, but it's common practice. Also, if you have the vertical space, giving them a foot or 2 between horns on a vertical stack should help. You also always have the ability to not mount the GPS puck in the adapter, but I know being nice and protected in the adapter is ideal.
  23. This has been answered via email thanks so a mod can remove this post.
  24. Hi We're using your TPA-PAF (TwistPort™ Adaptor for Rocket Prism 5AC and airFiber® 5X) with your RF Elements 5GHz Gen2 Symmetrical Horn 30 Deg Sector Antennas. These are usually positioned on our poles 20 degrees apart e.g. Remote End Bearing (True North) Antenna Type ap-a 0° Ubiquiti 5GHz Rocket AC PRISM Gen2 with RF Elements 5GHz Gen2 Symmetrical Horn 30 Deg Sector Antenna and TwistPort Adaptor ap-b 20° Ubiquiti 5GHz Rocket AC PRISM Gen2 with RF Elements 5GHz Gen2 Symmetrical Horn 30 Deg Sector Antenna and TwistPort Adaptor ap-c 40° Ubiquiti 5GHz Rocket AC PRISM Gen2 with RF Elements 5GHz Gen2 Symmetrical Horn 30 Deg Sector Antenna and TwistPort Adaptor What we have noticed recently is GPS will not sync for radios (in particular the twistport adaptor/GPS antenna underneath the previous twistport adaptor/GPS antenna - blocking LOS to the sky) situated directly underneath their previous AP. This is assuming for example AP-A is on top of the pole, AP-B below that, and finally AP-C below AP-B. I note ubiquity's guidelines on maintaining GPS sync are: Note: Ensure that the GPS Antenna has clear line of sight to the sky for proper GPS reception. Do you have a recommendations on how we should install multiple 30 degree horns with your twistport adaptors for optimal GPS sync? We have found through trial and error moving an AP so it's twistport adaptor/GPS antenna is not directly being blocked to the sky has helped with radios not achieving GPS sync, but wonder if you have a bearings guideline when stacking multiple radios/twistports/30 Deg horns. Cheers, C
  25. Richard - what is your requirement on ingress protection?
  26. JorgeRF

    Wisp Norte Mexico

    Excelente. Muchas gracias por compartir tu experiencia amigo. Un saludo
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