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  1. In the zip file you will find simplified 3D *.STEP and *.X_T files of the following RF elements antennas: All Symmetrical horns, all Asymmetrical horns, Twistport adaptors: TPA-PAF, TPA-ePMP, TPA-RBC 3D-Antenna-Models.zip These models are meant for our customers who plan networks and need the 3D antenna models for visualizations or to make sure they fit into a particular setup.
  2. Understanding the Fresnel zones effect on radio wave propagation can help you rule out problems with multipath propagation.
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  4. I am sorry this takes so long, we are working hard to deliver all we promise - we'll announce the availability as soon as it's up here and on social media channels.
  5. Thank you for the comments! If you read the text at the top of this thread, you'd know UBNT is not interested to provide us the data necessary to add those radios/CPEs into the calculator. Regarding the MCS - our calc shows them for ONE spatial channel. It is a survey tool we provide for free so you get an idea what you might expect, not a comprehensive planner with all gritty details. For more detailed settings/planning, I recommend to go with a paid tool. Each CPE in the dropdown menu has max MCS based on the data from the manufacturers for ONE spatial channel, so I believe it is a
  6. You can do that using a thin long screwdriver that fits into the opening to press down the RJ45 clip, or anything similar to that. We do not have any special tool for this purpose.
  7. Some MikroTik boards have the UTP connector a little shifted, so you can flip this part so you're able to connect the cable to them once in the adaptor (see picture attached).
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  9. Hi Dave, what you're asking about is completely sane and understandable. Our online tool however has not grown to be a 'planner' yet, it's a mere calculator, and it's a free tool. Thank you for your feedback, sometime in the future it is possible we will implement multi AP version, until then, if you have any further feedback, please share it!
  10. Yes, that is how the calc works right now. Thanks for the feedback we'll consider it for future updates.
  11. For PtP applications we have UltraHorn, if you are in a very noisy area, or then UltraDish 400 or 550, depending on the link budget you're running. We only manufacture antennas, so we can't recommend which radio you should use. But do ask on WISP Talk group on facebook, there are many knowledgeable people.. We are currently working on starting a distributor in Pakistan so we don't deliver there yet. The closest distributor of our stuff is probably this one.
  12. Hi Kumail, our antennas work in 5 GHz spectrum, even if you brought optical fiber all the way to the antenna, it would not improve anything. The TwistPort adaptors are connected directly to the antennas and they introduce virtually zero loss to the signal. You're better off using a radio with a SFP port.
  13. @i9nickWe will put the radiation patterns of all our horns in CSV for Google Network Planner format on our web in the following weeks. I will put the link here as well for reference. Stay tuned
  14. Hi Danny, thanks for the feedback, we're constantly collecting it and will consider it in future iterations! What do you mean by antenna radius? The distance an antenna can reach is determined by multiple variables and the result is always an information what signal strength (or MCS) you can work with, so the radius other manufacturers show is largely misleading and confusing.