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  1. Thank you. Can distributors currently place orders for the TP-ADAP-IS?
  2. After a long wait, it looks like the UltraDishes are almost here. We would love to try them with PrismStations -- any ETA for these adapters? thank you~
  3. Just confirmed that the 'wings' on the NS-5AC-L are smaller. Production units should be available soon.
  4. Will the NB-LOCOM work with the new NS-5AC-L (loco)? thank you~
  5. These were shown at WISPApalooza. Thank you! BTW, nice job flattening out the curve on the UH-TP-5-24. I'll bet that took some serious work.
  6. Streakwave has them up with a price. I should mention that 'orderable' did not imply 'shippable.'
  7. Topic was merged with one about UltraHorn availability awhile back, but the subject still refers only to UltraDishes. I see no listings at resellers yet for UltraHorns, (though the TP-ADAP-AF-5X is now shown as orderable). Just curious if there is a timeline for US availability? thank you~
  8. Thank you. We are especially looking forward to trying the UltraHorns in rural PtMP applications.
  9. Perhaps imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Whatever the case, Ubiquiti has a waveguide-equipped Prism radio and a small range of horn antennas. Please consider offering a throat adapter which will allow us to use these with the RFE UltraHorns and UltraDishes. thank you~
  10. The SH-TP-90 has a 90° conical pattern. It covers a wide area and is generally used for serving customers located close to a tall tower. The UltraHorn-TP-24 has a ~16° conical pattern. This would be much better for PtP use.
  11. US distributors are showing them on order. Looking forward to trying these out once the AF-5X adapters are available. Is there a radome available for the 550? Also wondering if larger diameter models of UltraDish TP will be offered at some point?
  12. A TwistPort spotting scope would truly be awesome to have, especially once the UltraHorns hit.
  13. 50-100mbit service plans should be quite workable on 30 MHz channels. If you gave me 160 MHz to play with (and depending on the layout) I would use a larger number of horns with more AP radios rather than wider channels on wider antennae.
  14. LHG 5 is attractive and has a low wind load, but I can't see it working well with ice.