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  1. Perhaps imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Whatever the case, Ubiquiti has a waveguide-equipped Prism radio and a small range of horn antennas. Please consider offering a throat adapter which will allow us to use these with the RFE UltraHorns and UltraDishes. thank you~
  2. We started a new WISP and prior to launching it, did about 4 months of product testing to find what we felt was the best match for our environment. The final "shootout" was between Cambium ePMP and Ubiquiti Rocket 5AC. Both were tested with and without TwistPort antennas. We settled on ePMP products using RF Elements carrier class sectors (since these APs had to be in the 5.1 and 5.2 range). Our complete findings were written up and may be of interest to some of you: http://www.auwireless.net/blog/2016/1/2/testing-testing-and-more-testing
  3. We recently completed a four month long shootout between various radio and antenna vendors: http://www.auwireless.net/blog/2016/1/2/testing-testing-and-more-testing Antennas used included the TwistPort, Ubiquiti AC sectors, Cambium sectors and RFE carrier sectors. The results showed the best performance (in our real world environment) to be the RFE carrier sectors. While we loved the TwistPort size, price and vertical beam size, the performance was just not there in the lower 5.1 / 5.2 channels we need to use. The performance of the carrier sector is incredible.