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Experience with Sector Carrier Class Antennas

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Scott Stace of Bluespan wireless visited our booth @ #WISPAmerica2016. See Scott speaking about their experience with RF elements® Sector Carrier Class antennas. 

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I have some RF Element Carrier Class that located in 3 places. With 17dBi Carier Class I could get wider range and higher throughput than 20dBi competitor with same MIMO access point. So far, I'm satisfied with this product. Next, I'll try Sector CC 5-20 for my new repeater. I've bougt it last week.

Achmad Nur Amsyah

TONER CENTER Network Computama - Indonesia

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Guest Mike

Hi Achmad Nur Amsyah,

Thanks for the feedback and we are glad that you really like our Sector Carrier Class antenna.

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Arcee,

yes we have a lot of customers who are using our Sector Carrier Class Antennas in the coastal areas. Since the metal parts of the antennas are made of aluminum (no surface-treated materials!) there is nothing to corrode so you do not need to worry about bad weather conditions.

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Dear Arcee,

pls check the image that we have from one of our's customer. One antenna is brand new and another have been at Albanian seaside heavy weather conditions for more than 8 months.

There was no sign of corrosion on hardware as well.

Jan

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