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  1. no worries - I'll "watch this space" just in case Kev
  2. Hey JT That's fair enough, I know what trying to suggest a mounting which is discreet and/or gives better alignment ability for the NanoStation AC range by tilt or twist is not something that anyone has thought of unlike the older form factor of the mounting No Problem Kev
  3. I think a slight update to the video's may be nice as the format has changed a little bit, But more importantly, for those who may not be as used to the settings on a daily basis, perhaps a small help page / popup window almost like a wiki to say what each setting is for For example, does everyone really know what the "Beam Resolution" actually mean? - for some they would simply wonder why the higher the db (-12db) why the "shadow" widens or shrinks on -3db -- Kev
  4. Bumping this post I was chatting to a customer today about this same "idea" where by they would start with a SH-TP or ULD but then have a need to change the radio to use a coax feed (as there might not be a twist port adaptor for it) Would be nice to have a TwistPort with a 2x N-Type connectors on it much like the SH-CC so that you could couple it with a Horn or a UltraDish e.g Mimosa B5c N-Type to N-Type then onto a UltraDish - As a B5 would perform better in co-location environment than a C5c would due to having GPS sync ect -- Kev
  5. Hey all, I wonder whether there may be some idea's in the pipeline for a dual band antenna for 2.4GHz + 5.8GHz but only using 2 antenna SMA connections Example: Ubiquiti UMA-D for the UniFi UAP AC Mesh access point Point being, is that there isn't many antenna's (currently) which are 2x2 MiMo but Dual band only using 2x SMA connectors, There are a high number of dual band antenna's but they generally require 2 radio's as there is 4 ports (2 for each band for H+V) It would be great to see one from RFE either as a slightly better sector version than the Ubiquiti one (which is 90 degree H+V 10dBi for 2.4GHz and only 45 degree H+V 15dBi for 5.8GHz) or perhaps a nice Dual Band 2x2 MiMo Omni if its feasible -- Kev
  6. Hey guys, just re-kindling this slightly older post, Would be cool to get a bracket for the NS-5AC series hardware as currently there is no way to give the NanoStation AC series any kind of tilt as much like the older M series it's pretty fixed to what ever angle the pole is set to, The mounting on the back is a smaller version to the "standard" Rocket mount which would clip onto the old (discontinued) EasyBracket-S - so the physical clip is a similar smaller version of the "EasyBracket 912" - which is the same as the UAP-AC-M UniFi AP (not that it needs any tilting as its omni anyway)
  7. Hey JT Looking at basically anything from ~700-2100MHz as that's the "rough" scope of the band - country dependent for example: MikroTik R11e supports International LTE bands 1,2,3,7,8,20,38 and 40. 2G Category Class12 3G Category R7 (21Mbps Downlinks, 5.76Mbps Uplink) LTE Category 4 (150Mbps Downlink, 50Mbps Uplink) LTE FDD bands 1 (2100MHz) / 2 (1900MHz) / 3 (1800MHz) / 7 (2600MHz) / 8 (900 MHz) / 20 (800MHz) LTE TDD bands 38 (2600MHz) / 40 (2300MHz) Other cards from Sierra and Huawei support different bands - but that's the general list Cheers
  8. Hi Guys, Would there be any scope in the roadmap for a GSM / LTE antenna whether it was a fairly high gain Omni or perhaps a directional Panel - most are single polarity with very few 2x2 MiMo options, There are a few in the market, however with the use of LTE hardware being more popular - having an LTE antenna would be a useful product, I have built a number of GSM solutions where I've had to get a "cheap" high gain panel to direct the signal, Now MikroTik have released the wAP LTE which I have already taken apart and stuck a pair of u.fl to SMA pigtails on to make it connectorised, it would be handy for a MiMo antenna to connect it to - either as a omni / panel or where it can be mounted to a case (stud mount - e.g through a vehicle roof) Cheers Kev