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We are using the HG3-TP-A60 with Ubiquiti Rocket-LTU on 3 sites.

We find consistently that if we run the units at the lower part of the band (5200Mhz) we get much better Rx signal on the CPE vs running on the upper part of the band (5800MHz).

This could be cause by either the radio or the antenna so I'm posing the question to RFelements.

The datasheet show good consistent gain across that range.

what is your thoughts?

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On 3/5/2020 at 11:27 PM, Greg Racino said:

We are using the HG3-TP-A60 with Ubiquiti Rocket-LTU on 3 sites.

We find consistently that if we run the units at the lower part of the band (5200Mhz) we get much better Rx signal on the CPE vs running on the upper part of the band (5800MHz).

This could be cause by either the radio or the antenna so I'm posing the question to RFelements.

The datasheet show good consistent gain across that range.

what is your thoughts?

It is very unlikely that this is caused by AP antenna based on its performance characteristics. So I would say the issue might be radio, firmware or even environment related.

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