[WISPA] Need recommendations for a licensed backhaul link

2006-12-06 Thread Matt Larsen - Lists
Hi all, I have a consulting client that needs to do a 28 mile shot in licensed with throughput of up to 45meg. I am looking for any recommendations for something that is relatively inexpensive ($15,000 or less) and would require no larger than 4 foot dishes. Any sales droids out there,

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2006-12-06 Thread C. Moses
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RE: [WISPA] Need recommendations for a licensed backhaul link

2006-12-06 Thread Charles Wu
Hi Matt, We'll be in touch -Charles --- Sales Droid =/ --- WiNOG Wireless Roadshows Coming to a City Near You http://www.winog.com -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Matt Larsen - Lists

RE: [WISPA] Industry failings

2006-12-06 Thread Charles Wu
One thing that you must understand, this is a completely different type of business model The Winstar/FiberTower/etc model is wall street play; keep in mind, while the business may fail miserably, it's worth noting that the original founders / VCs generally end up doing quite well Case in point,

RE: [WISPA] Need recommendations for a licensed backhaul link

2006-12-06 Thread Brad Belton
You're asking for a pretty tall order unless there is a new frequency band and/or product newly available I'm unaware of. 28 miles reliably (relative term) can probably only be obtained with 6GHz, but 6GHz requires a minimum 6' antenna per FCC rules. You might be able to get an exception to the

Re: [WISPA] Industry failings

2006-12-06 Thread Peter R.
Who says they are executing? Good installs, good equipment, lots of sites built, and happy customers are all important things, but none of them mean they are executing well. They actually need to execute against their business plan, which includes things like cash flow and profitability.

RE: [WISPA] Need recommendations for a licensed backhaul link

2006-12-06 Thread Charles Wu
Brad, Distance is all dependent on rain zone (and in more arrid climates, like Colorado, higher frequencies may perform better due to better multipathing properties) -- ask Travis J -- he's got 18 GHz doing 15+ miles w/ awesome reliability (keep in mind, Pocatello, ID is basically a desert from a

Re: [WISPA] Industry failings

2006-12-06 Thread Mark Koskenmaki
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RE: [WISPA] Need recommendations for a licensed backhaul link

2006-12-06 Thread Brad Belton
Hello Charles, Yes, we all envy Travis's rain zone! No question about that. grin What region is Matt looking for a 28mile link? Best, Brad -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Charles Wu Sent: Wednesday, December 06, 2006 8:53 AM To:

Re: [WISPA] Industry failings

2006-12-06 Thread Peter R.
Mark Koskenmaki wrote: Whatever happened to finding the needs of customers and fulfilling them on a sustainable and sensible basis? That's sales. And that is dressed in overalls and looks like work. Why do you think there is so much MA activity? It is difficult to organically grow sales.

Re: [WISPA] Industry failings

2006-12-06 Thread Matt Liotta
Peter R. wrote: Why do you think there is so much MA activity? It is difficult to organically grow sales. So companies buy growth. That is true, but there is nothing wrong with organic growth coupled with acquisition. Organic growth can get easier with size up until the law of large numbers

Re: [WISPA] Need recommendations for a licensed backhaul link

2006-12-06 Thread Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181
I don't think what you want to do is possible Matt. 28 miles is a long way for many bands. Some of them might do it just fine in perfect weather... 6 gig would be a no brainier for this but you have to use 6' dishes. And I don't know that you'll find anything in your price range. If

Re: [WISPA] Need recommendations for a licensed backhaul link

2006-12-06 Thread Travis Johnson
Charles, It's actually 19 miles @ 18ghz with 4ft dishes. In 4 years, 100% uptime. ;) Travis Microserv Charles Wu wrote: Brad, Distance is all dependent on rain zone (and in more arrid climates, like Colorado, higher frequencies may perform better due to better multipathing properties) -- ask

RE: [WISPA] Need recommendations for a licensed backhaul link

2006-12-06 Thread Gino A. Villarini
I think Matt needs to go 5.8 ghz, A Orthogon Spectra or similar Gino A. Villarini [EMAIL PROTECTED] Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp. tel 787.273.4143 fax 787.273.4145 -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181

[WISPA] Point to Point Link Help

2006-12-06 Thread Jory Privett
I have a need for a new PtP link that is 12.5 miles. The LoS is good and the spectrum is pretty clean. I have 100' towers on both ends. I am looking to use a pair of Tranzeo TR-5plus-32f radios with antennas. I am hoping to get about 10-12M real world transfer with this link. Does anyone

Re: [WISPA] Need recommendations for a licensed backhaul link

2006-12-06 Thread Matt Larsen - Lists
There is a lot of 5.8 in the area - I'd prefer to avoid it if possible. Matt Larsen [EMAIL PROTECTED] Gino A. Villarini wrote: I think Matt needs to go 5.8 ghz, A Orthogon Spectra or similar Gino A. Villarini [EMAIL PROTECTED] Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp. tel 787.273.4143 fax

Re: [WISPA] Point to Point Link Help

2006-12-06 Thread Matt Larsen - Lists
Jory Privett wrote: I have a need for a new PtP link that is 12.5 miles. The LoS is good and the spectrum is pretty clean. I have 100' towers on both ends. I am looking to use a pair of Tranzeo TR-5plus-32f radios with antennas. I am hoping to get about 10-12M real world transfer with this

Re: [WISPA] Point to Point Link Help

2006-12-06 Thread Tim Wolfe
Matt, While You are correct in that statement, the TR5plus radios can handle more smaller packets per second than the standard TR5a units?. Thats what I thought I read? Matt Larsen - Lists wrote: Jory Privett wrote: I have a need for a new PtP link that is 12.5 miles. The LoS is good and

RE: [WISPA] Need recommendations for a licensed backhaul link

2006-12-06 Thread Gino A. Villarini
Matt A Orthogon Spectra will provide 111 Mbps in a 28 mile link using 4 ft dishes on both ends , that's factoring a -75 db noise floor. 99.77% uptime. And you have the advantage of a really intelligent radio that will work around interference... Gino A. Villarini [EMAIL PROTECTED] Aeronet

[WISPA] Electronically Stored Information In Litigation Rules

2006-12-06 Thread Peter R.
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2006-12-06 Thread Peter R.
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[WISPA] Electronically Stored Information In Litigation Rules

2006-12-06 Thread Peter R.
http://www.localtechwire.com/article.cfm?u=15705 Don’t Panic, But New Discovery Of Electronically Stored Information In Litigation Rules Now Apply By Linda Markus Daniels, Special To LTW Editor’s note: Linda Markus Daniels is a co-founder of the RTP-based law firm Daniels Daniels Verdonik.

[WISPA] 30 miles on a VAGI???

2006-12-06 Thread Mark Koskenmaki
We did an install today... Started it yesterday, but had no signal, where we could see location for our AP at 11 miles. Turned out to be a bad dipole in the grid, but today, we went back, and of course, with a bad dipole we had to switch antennas... The only other antenna that was in the van

Re: [WISPA] Electronically Stored Information In Litigation Rules

2006-12-06 Thread Frank Muto
Here is a handy link to a PDF whitepaper on the new E-discovery rules - http://tinyurl.com/htarf Below is a section that may dispell the FUD. Rule 37 — Failure to Make Disclosure or Cooperate in Discovery; Sanctions: New subsection 37(f) is added which states, in full, Absent exceptional

Re: [WISPA] 30 miles on a VAGI???

2006-12-06 Thread Jack Unger
Mark Koskenmaki wrote: We did an install today... Started it yesterday, but had no signal, where we could see location for our AP at 11 miles. Turned out to be a bad dipole in the grid, but today, we went back, and of course, with a bad dipole we had to switch antennas... The only other