Ron_Wisp Posted August 16, 2020 Report Share Posted August 16, 2020 I have few area's we are rolling out service to that I wanted to get some recommendations on. they are bowls for lack of a better word where we have access to a few towers in the hills with great vantage points over the homes in the area. the challenge is providing up to 75 mb plans in this dense area from 1 or two towers. we want to keep ratios very low 25 to 30 subs per AP tops, and will have to go lower. Currently using the Ubiquiti LTU rockets and getting great performance in other areas we have deployed. The spectrum is clean in these area's we are looking at. a few of the bullet questions i have - 1.) how many horns / antennas can you get pointing the same direction out from the tower in say a 30 degree wide space that is apr 2 miles from the tower? assuming we can get the patterns tight enough for this 2.) currently we are using 20mhz channels with great results, but the overall ap throughput is low until 4096 qam is released. so what channel width and how many mhz of separation between horns are recommended? i know this separation not only needs to account for the "stacking" of horns vertically covering the same 30 degree wide area, but also horizontally as we move left and right to the next 30 degree segment of coverage. it is probably easier than i'm making this out to be but i want this model to scale so i'm trying to prepare in advance. attached is an area in question roughly 2.5 miles by 2.5 miles. We have tower in the lower left section and the upper right. We are on the mountain above the bowl. The below area is basically flat. Thanks, Ron Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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