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  5. Buenas tardes @Victor Sanchez Antes que todo, te doy la bienvenida a nuestro foro y las gracias por escribirnos. En 5km y según la imagen que nos adjuntas puedes usar la antena #UltraDish TP-400 a la cual puedes acoplarle muchos radios de distintos fabricantes (UBNT Rocket Prism 5AC / Mimosa C5c / ePMP 3000L, etc). Por casualidad tienes un análisis más detallado del espectro? Te dejo por acá la ficha técnica de esta antena en idioma español por si deseas consultar más - https://rfelements.com/assets/Uploads/UltraDish-TP-400-Datasheet-ESP.pdf También te dejo el enlace de acceso a nuestra calculadora de enlaces para que puedas simular tu enlace con esta antena que te menciono - https://stage.rfelements.com/beta-calc?locale=es Un saludo, Jorge
  6. Buen dia, le comento actualmente tengo un enlace ptp de 5KM con productos PB5A Gen2. Requiero evaluar con otras marcas en este caso con RF ELEMENTS para mejorar mi enlace ya que desde donde se envia (existe mucho ruido.) ¿Que producto de RF ELEMENTS es ideal? y su conector en Ubiquiti o Mimosa. Agradecido por su ayuda.
  7. Hola. Buenos días. Ciertamente puedes usar las UH en este enlace, aunque veo que el espectro está bastante congestionado. ¿Tú puedes usar frecuencias por encima de los 6000 sin problemas? ¿Tus 250 MB son agregados o simétricos? Un saludo, Jorge
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    Enlace de registro - https://bit.ly/2Zkaj6B En este seminario web, analizaremos la magia del conector TwistPort y explicaremos todo lo que siempre quiso saber sobre TwistPort, pero tenía miedo de preguntar. ¡Una visita obligada para cada WISP que usa nuestras antenas Horn! ¡Los esperamos!
  9. son 5 km y se necesitan 250 Mbps. le adjunto las condicones actuales con antena 5G34LW con radome sencillo
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    Enlace de registro - https://bit.ly/2YzYMRr Te esperamos el próximo Lunes en el nuevo webinar de RF elements y Digicorp. Temas a tratar Tecnología de RF elements. Descripción del portafolio de productos. Beneficios de la tecnología horn vs tradicional.
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    First US virtual WISP event you cannot miss, neither will we - come and visit our virtual booth, listen to our breakout session with topic 'The power of horns' and have fun with the games and win prizes! 10+ sessions, 30+ speakers, $1000+ in prizes REGISTER HERE: https://www.wispvirtualsummit.com/wispsummit/596320
  12. Buenos días. Gracias por escribirnos. Puedes aportarnos más datos por favor: Distancia?. Captura del estado del espectro en ambos puntos. Ancho de banda a transferir?. Gracias, Jorge
  13. Buenas tardes requiero unas antenas para un PTP con el mayor blindaje. Se utiliza actualmente Airfiber5x HD con Antena 5G34 slan pero tenemos problemas de ruido muy altos. Soy nuevo en rfelments y quiero saber si la eleccion de 2 UH-CC-5-24, para dicho enlace son la mejor eleccion.
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    Enlace de Registro - https://bit.ly/37Kme1j En este nuevo webinar sobre #RechazoDeRuido enseñaremos como mejorar la situación con las interferencias en las torres y así aumentar el ancho de banda para sus clientes. ¡Te esperamos!
  15. Why do radio manufacturers recommend using lower output power for high MCS rates? The culprit is the output amplifier non-linearity. Check out this short video for more detailed explanation!
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    RF elements will join the Italian WISP Solutions Day! REGISTER HERE: https://www.allnet-italia.it/events/calendar L’evento, interamente dedicato al mondo WISP, sarà l’occasione per conoscere le migliori soluzioni wireless, Wi-Fi e LoRa Durante la manifestazione alcuni dei principali vendor del settore illustreranno i loro prodotti e come essi possano creare delle soluzioni vincenti, anche nell’ambito dell’IoT. L'evento si terrà on-line dalle ore 10.00 alle ore 12.30. Agenda: 10:00 - 10.10 Benvenuto da Allnet.Italia 10:10 - 10.30 Ceragon - “Servizi a valore dedicati ai WISP: NOC e analisi predittiva per la gestione ottimizzata del backhauling” - Daniele Fossati 10:30 - 10:50 Mimosa - "Meet the Mimosa A5x, the Easiest Way build Point To Multi Point Wireless networks" Andrew Westerman 10:50 - 11.10 RF elements - "Gestione del rumore: Beam efficiency" - Riccardo Gervasi 11.10 - 11:30 AVM 11:50 - 12:10 802.wire 12:10 - 12.30 MultiTech - "La radio LoRa, la rete LoRaWAN e le verticali realizzabili grazie a questa tecnologia" - Karin Marchiori La partecipazione è gratuita ma riservata solo agli iscritti.
  17. READ BEFORE POSTING: 1. COVERAGE CALCULATION ACCURACY is limited by the quality of the map data used. Link Calculator 2.0 BETA uses FREE map data (SRTM) that are LESS ACCURATE around WATER BODIES, like rivers and lakes. Please keep that in mind while using the calculator, it's a freeware tool to provide you a ROUGH idea about the coverage. For more precision, you have to use a paid service such as Tower Coverage or similar. 2. MISSING CPEs - some of the major radio manufacturers, like Ubiquiti is not interested to cooperate with us. Thus we could not add most of their CPEs into the drop down menu. For these cases, please select the Generic 802.11ac or Generic 802.11n radio.
  18. You can now download the STL data (attached to this post) for 3D print of the bracket for ePMP 2000. It allows you to mount the radio to our Sector Carrier Class antenna. EB-EPMP2.zip
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    En este seminario web hablaremos sobre el parámetro de antena más importante para las redes WISP, no es el nivel del lóbulo lateral ni la relación frontal / posterior. Es la eficiencia del haz. ¿Nunca lo escuchaste? Únase a nuestro seminario web para obtener más información. REGISTRO - https://bit.ly/3fncvRl Horario por países / regionesCET (Horario Central Europeo) - 5.00PMCiudad de México, México - 10.00AMLima, Perú - 11.00AMBogotá, Colombia - 11.00AMBuenos Aires, Argentina - 1.00PM
  20. It is not a silly question. "How far this sector antenna can reach" is a silly question The link budget formula is pretty clear so answer is Yes, mathematically Transmitter output power (dBm) and Transmitter antenna gain (dBi) sum. So you can alternate decrease in one with increase in another. This is to answer the question. What needs to be mentioned: dBm and dBi come with the cost and there is no easy solution that covers every scenario. So the answer is also: No Among others: - sector antenna with higher gain requires less radio amplifier output power which may help with signal modulation. - sector antenna with lower gain requires more radio amplifier output power, which may be a challenge for higher modulation requirements not being possible at higher dBm power (depends on radio) - sector antenna with higher gain collects signal better (antenna provides more amplification), but noise/interference gets more amplification with that antenna gain too. So in high noise environment, higher gain wide beam width sector antenna may not be always as effective as you would expect, because it collects the garbage signal from more distance and wider area. The more you can focus the beam the better in terms of noise immunity. We advocate for using only the sector antenna with gain that is just enough for the job, this is especially important on wide beam width sector antennas. - higher gain sector antennas are usually bigger, heavier and more expensive, lower gain sector antennas are opposite. etc etc, also consider things work vice versa and there are practical limitations to many. Considering the way how your question is asked we assume you have a good knowledge and are aware of the the complexity. To decide on which type of antenna radiation pattern use, it is a question of customer density, distances to AP, radio platform, throughput requirements etc. If you need our assistance or opinion, please message @Tasos here on the forum or on Facebook / email him tasos@rfelements.com according your preference
  21. This may be a silly question but I'm wondering what difference (if any) there is between 1 dBm antenna gain and 1 dBm Tx power gain. The reason I ask is we're trying to mitigate noise from competitors and ourselves as best we can. RF Elements horns are probably the best way to do that but, in order to balance costs and weight on the tower with performance, we're trying to decide between fifteen flipped 30° asymmetrical or twelve 30° symmetrical or six 60° asymmetrical or four 90° asymmetrical antennas. There are pros and cos to all of these, obviously, (higher gain antennas can receive a signal better) but for the downlink we're thinking we can mitigate the decrease in antenna gain by cranking up the Tx power of the radio. In this case - is it a 1 for 1 trade?
  22. Buen día. Usted puede seleccionar en la parte de Configuración de CPE y resultados radios que no tengan antena integrada (como el 802.11ac genérico) y puede añadir manualmente la ganancia de la antena. Gracias
  23. Can anyone direct me to the manufacturer of the U-Bolts used in the Nanobracket Universal? Had some issues with the U-Bolt that Ubiquiti includes with the Gigabeam-LR and I noticed that the U-Bolt that was/is included with the Nanobracket Universal is a PERFECT replacement. I'd love to buy some in bulk.
  24. gracias eso are cuando tenga en manos todo les dejos saber
  25. Ah, well, in that case....shame on them. 😆 Truly, I understand the competitive case. When it doesn't work, the loser is the customer (Frenetic) and the end user (Frenetic's subscribers). Hopefully both companies will benefit from some collaboration. Meanwhile...I'll keep asking questions. 😁
  26. We have tried to contact them about the data as well through various channels, or personal connections our people have with UBNT, but no success.
  27. Bit naughty, Tom, Not finding the information on a webpage or a datasheet isn't quite the same as another manufacturer not cooperating with RFE. 😆 Hope you can ultimately collaborate. Frenetic deliver to digitally deprived subscribers. It's hard going but rewarding...not in the obvious financial sense. Having quality manufacturers delivering better outcomes together is a win, win, win so far as I am concerned. 👍
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