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  1. A large Hail Storm, we hurt many Horns, the front panel, can replace it? or what kind of material can we use? our distributor has already confirmed that it does not have spare parts. Thanks ind advance.
  2. Hi Guys, Its Alasdair MacLeod from JHCS in England here. Do we have any pictures that we can use in google earth to show rough coverage when putting antennas onto a site? This is just for quick on the fly diagrams to shuffle around antenna. Something like the images on these pages would be perfect https://www.rfelements.com/technology#massive-scalability Its just for rough planning of horn deployment. If not, im sure i can knock something up in photoshop to use as an overlay, i just figured, if it already exists, why try to reinvent the wheel :). Thanks.
  3. Good afternoon, I have a scenario that quiciera improve: I ubiquitis prism with antennas AM5AC2160, my clients are between 3 and 6 km, connecting from -55 to -68 dBm and sell them internet 6 and 12 megs, the CPE are litebeam ac, the bandwidth reaches them without any problem to cleintes but on weekends the signal quality is maintained but if bandwidth, the tower area is clean, but customers being a community without internet I meet several suppliers and see that all demand bandwidth on all weekends cluttering the air-side customers if this saturated signal, expensive would come out changing technology because I have 100+ customers, andube investigating and say the horn type antennas help in these scenarios but what worries me is that choosing antenna, which would give me a distance of 90 °, 60 ° and 30 ° with the teams I mentioned. and e tested 30 ° maximum 2km and works great, but here the distance is critical and deliver the service contracted by the client. Please I ask for distances would you consider the 3 antennas because I have several scenarios in which there is greater distance should be covered. Greetings and thank your your time.
  4. Check our Symmetrical Sector Antenna webinar done with Streakwave and learn more about our great antennas.
  5. Why WISPs Should Use Horn #Antennas & #PreserveSpectrum. Find out why #WeHaveHorns
  6. Na akcii CUC sme sa opytali niekolkych zakaznikov na ich skusenosti s produktami RF elements. Petr Dolezal z firmy #Mirnet posobiacej v Nymburku nam povedal o skusenostiach so Symetrickymi horn TP antenami.