Re: [WISPA] Looking for webcam/security software

2008-09-29 Thread Marlon K. Schafer
We use them this way. Not as easy to hide as radio cams etc. But you get a VERY good picture from them. We replaced an ADT system with one. The customer says that the image quality is much much better with this new system than it was with the old one. marlon - Original Message -

Re: [WISPA] Looking for webcam/security software

2008-09-29 Thread D. Ryan Spott
You will pay $$$ for them but mobotix is the best I have seen. ryan On Sep 29, 2008, at 4:06 AM, Marlon K. Schafer wrote: We use them this way. Not as easy to hide as radio cams etc. But you get a VERY good picture from them. We replaced an ADT system with one. The customer says that

Re: [WISPA] Looking for webcam/security software

2008-09-29 Thread 3-dB Networks
I agree... We stumbled into them looking for a tower monitoring solution. Had a remote site where someone was unplugging our equipment... stuff like that to cause downtime (ended up being our competitor). Put them head to head with most analog cameras and I think most people would be

Re: [WISPA] Dual Pol Antennas

2008-09-29 Thread jp
The NS5 two small antennnas in it, one for each polarity. They have SNR but not RSSI, which I don't like. They don't currently do WPA2+WDS together very well; the firmware is improving quickly and has a lot of room for improvement, but is promising. You can't turn radio power down lower than

[WISPA] Anyone in Denver area?

2008-09-29 Thread Randy Cosby
I need someone to check out a vehicle I'm looking to purchase from a technologically challenged seller. Need some pics, etc. Willing to pay for your time. Just have to promise you won't buy it out from under me :) -- Randy Cosby Vice President InfoWest, Inc office: 435-773-6071

Re: [WISPA] Dual Pol Antennas

2008-09-29 Thread Tom DeReggi
They have SNR but not RSSI, which Does that mean they can't do a spectrum scan to get rssi of AP? And need to be associated to get a SNR? Tom DeReggi RapidDSL Wireless, Inc IntAirNet- Fixed Wireless Broadband - Original Message - From: jp [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: WISPA General List

Re: [WISPA] Dual Pol Antennas

2008-09-29 Thread jp
If you do a spectrum scan it shows signals of other APs in dbm. If you use have one as a station, it shows dbm on the main page. On an AP, if you show stations (list of associated stations), it shows a positive integer RSSI which I would presume is the same as SNR as it's definitely not dbm.

Re: [WISPA] Dual Pol Antennas

2008-09-29 Thread Joe Miller
Now for the 64 dollar question on dual pol antennas...Can one run 2 separate links using a Dual Pol Antenna pair. I'm looking at using 2 sets of Trango Link 45's. I would like to run 1 link Vertical and 1 link Horizional. using differant freqs of course. Can both of these links use the same

Re: [WISPA] Dual Pol Antennas

2008-09-29 Thread Chuck McCown - 3
We do this with Motorola gear that is synchronized. Unsynched gear may not work well as the isolation between polarizations is not that great. One transmitter will be getting into the other receiver. It may be 20 dB down, but if it is coming out at +27 dBm it will still be hitting the input