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  1. This Inside Wireless episode is about Noise floor, which represents the other side of the coin when talking about signal quality. Strength of the signal, or RSSI is important, but Noise floor is equally important, since the radio sees the signal quality through the SNR, or Signal to Noise ratio.
  2. Here is our webinar "RF elements Noise Rejection 101" done in cooperation with Streakwave on 10/18/2016. Below you will find all unanswered questions from that webinar. Questions and Answers: Can I have two 5GHz radios on the same channel (such as channel 100), 5 feet apart, faced in two different directions? Vertical separation vs. Horizontal separation? How many db down vs. Traditional sector? 5 feet apart shall work fine Would you have an example of what the signal strengths would be comparing the different sectors? Traditional sector I'm shoot
  3. Registration: https://www.rfelements.com/support/webinars/rechazo-de-ruido/
  4. Registration: https://www.rfelements.com/support/webinars/rechazo-de-ruido/
  5. Kent Urwiller of Prairie Hills Wireless: "A few weeks have gone by and we have started installing customers on a new site. Something pretty amazing I really wanted to share.. Im running 12 RF elements 30 deg horns with 6 Mimosa Networks A5c's. I am able to do a A-B-A-B-A-B configuration without self interference. Pretty dang amazing really. We are seeing around 130-150 Mbps on a 40 MHz channel to each client thanks to 2.3 and C5c. Im using a total of 80 MHz on the tower. Pretty dang efficient if you ask me! https://m.facebook.com/groups/188098974946678?view=permalink&id=31540723554918