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http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20170712005100/en/aeromax-Selects-Mimosa-Networks-Wide-Scale-Ultra-Broadband (...) aeromax deployed #RFelements’ Symmetrical Horn Carrier Class antennas together with Mimosa’s A5c connectorized access points. With a wider elevation pattern than a traditional sector antenna, the combined products are a good fit for hilly terrain, projecting signals across more homes more effectively. "We are amazed at how accurate RF elements' new horn technology is. Coupled with #MimosaNetworks’ 5G gear – it is rapid, safe, and precise,” said Bergmann, #aeromax' CEO.
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=315407235549184
What radios can I connect to SH-CC antennas? This product addresses the demand from customers using various radios, to which no TP-Adaptor is offered. These customers also want to achieve the strong benefits of Symmetrical Horns when building their APs and tower sites. Any connectorized radio requiring the SH-CC antenna performance can be used with these antennas. This includes radios from Mimosa Networks™, Cambium Networks™, LigoWave™, MikroTik™, UBNT™ and many many more. Why offer the antenna with integrated N connectors and not another TwistPort™ Adaptor with connectors on it? SH-CC is an antenna for radios that are difficult to integrate into a TwistPort™ Adaptor due to their size, weight or low market penetration. To create an adaptor for every radio on market is simply not feasible, therefore we introduced the product in our Carrier Class line, that provides a coaxial connector interface and is built in a fashion to match this environment (= built to last). Connectorized adaptors with N-type would be a more complicated solution, even though we understand there are people who would prefer such an option. Also, our approach is to keep the old coaxial standard and TwistPort™ system separated in our product lines to avoid customer confusion. Our ultimate goal is to achieve radios that will be created with a built in TwistPort™ and ZERO connectors. Are pigtails included and if not, what type do we suggest? Pigtails are not included. Every customer has its own preferences and requirements on length, connector type, cable quality, grade etc. The majority of customers already have their preferred source for pigtails based on their preference so we did not include them. What cables should I use with Symmetrical Horn Carrier Class antennas? We recommend using only high quality low loss 50-ohm coaxial cable with a length not exceeding 1m (~3 ft). What is the antenna performance compared to Symmetrical Horns with TwistPort™? By using SH-CC Symmetrical Horns, you will not be able to see the benefits of TwistPort™: virtually lossless connection without cables, easy installation and access to the complete TwistPort™ eco-system. Beam performance of SH-CC Symmetrical Horn antenna is basically comparable to SH-TP Symmetrical Horns with TwistPort™. Why N-type and not SMA-RP? The goal was to provide an antenna with a coaxial connector interface. Our choice was to use a connector that is more suitable for targeted radios. Conversion to another type of coaxial connector is easily achieved with adapters or pigtails.