No more then 8db in my playbook anymore. And horz. if at all possible.
Sectors on 900 is the best way to go too.
I got an Antel 11db with downtilt that I would sell if you really want a
vertical omni. Heavy duty antenna.
Tuesday, November 7, 2006, 8:20:28 AM, you wrote:
As someone who has many towers with 900 omni's ( and many years
supporting them), this combo ( SR9 plus mikrotik/starOS/whatever) eliminates
the desire to ever deploy an omni again. IMHO.
Some of our most rural areas are so polluted in 900mhz, an omni just
doesn't cut it.
Squirrels are rats with fluffy tails and good PR firms...
Thursday, September 28, 2006, 6:16:12 PM, you wrote:
NW HaHa! Amazing. We had a similar issue where some possible rats (or could
NW have been squirrels, never found out for sure from them what it was) had
NW gotten in a
15 miles!! HAHAHAHA I wish I was so lucky. We are ecstatic if we
get 2 miles with 2.4Ghz.
We can hardly do 3 miles at times with 900mhz.
IIRC, 802.11 timed out at about 11 miles and StarOS had adjusted those
settings. Not sure what Mikrotik has done, although nstreme may
WOW! I helped Steve get through the USDA Broadband program when
we got approved in the broadband pilot program.
Monday, September 18, 2006, 11:25:55 AM, you wrote:
GR defrauding the U.S. Department of Agriculture of more than $1.6 million
GR in connection with a $4.2
Heh, that's normal for verizon in my area. Many times the carrier
will drop tower power as they bring a new site online, might be what
Thursday, August 31, 2006, 2:59:50 PM, you wrote:
BR No kidding. In the last month my Nextel went from 4 bars in all
Amen Brother Travis Trango's are good radios. I would also say Canopy fits
too, but have no
experience in it. Blair you are welcome to come on up and see
our network, I'm in central Michigan north of Lansing. Hit me offlist
if you want.
Monday, April 3, 2006, 10:04:26
Any chance the 900 stuff will become similarly priced? Also, why not
package units in one box when buying in bulk? Would seem to be cheaper
to ship and less waste to group multiple orders in one box.
Monday, April 3, 2006, 12:33:39 PM, you wrote:
JS The connectorized 5830 AP
Why go higher then 9db? The pattern will shrink to paper thin
figuratively speaking. We have wy better luck with 9db or less
Wednesday, January 25, 2006, 10:04:54 PM, you wrote:
cic Anybody know where i can find an H-pol 900 mhz omni w/ higer gain than
Well they do if the cover comes off..
Thursday, January 19, 2006, 10:01:18 AM, you wrote:
TJ No, they do not. I've asked for that exact thing since 2001 and original
TJ 5800 AP's. I've heard there may be something coming however... ;)
Usually it is:
1Watt max power
freq. Hopping- no channel setting ability
Make sure they are not using an antenna larger then 6db or an omni.
FCC regs limit antenna size if using 1 watt power output.
Best thing is polarity switch and then see if you can put a load in
the rf cable to
IIRC, the packets no match on the EUM side shows the total of packets
that do not belong to the eum and its particular data stream ( ie all
the other EUM conversations)
This problem is a prime example why not having a SSID is wrong. just
setting up a second CCU on the same frequency can screw
Duopolist- good one. Had to think for a second on that one.
Wednesday, November 30, 2005, 5:59:12 PM, you wrote:
TW I wanted to see if anyone here could serve any of these 4 locations in
TW Peoria before I pass them to a duopolist.
Look here, all in one package fairly straightforward install.
Free version too!!!
Brian Rohrbacher wrote:
Excuse my ignorance, but I don't see XP anywhere in here
would actually note the omission. :-)
r - Original Message -
r From: Barry at Mutual Data [EMAIL PROTECTED]
r To: WISPA General List firstname.lastname@example.org
r Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 10:21 AM
r Subject: Re: [WISPA] FCC Slides that didn't make it in time to be used
Can anyone get these people to acknowledge what WISP's have done? Or
are we really the ugly stepchild??
This is from The Jeff Pulver Blog at:
September 09, 2005
VoIP: Proving to be Effective in Katrina Emergency
Are we still shipping to Rayville for stuff?
Barry mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
WISPA Wireless List: email@example.com
This press release really needs to be posted on a website so it can be referred
discussing this with our clients...
Friday, September 9, 2005, 12:17:46 PM, you wrote:
MKS592 (509) 982-2181
Here is what I am doing, I talked to Mac today at 2pm and will be
heading down tomorrow morning. I support WISPA's efforts and if they
coincide with P-15, I'll let Wispa decide that.
RH Volunteer Information Checklist:
RH First Name: Barry
RH Last Name:
a. In lieu of Part15 efforts
b. Part of Part15 efforts
Is the data in the Part-15 database being shared so these requests can
be part of getting supplies?
What about the equipment shipped out by Intel and Cisco? Is that only
for official RC efforts?
Excellent post Mark, I think a database should be put together that
can list what is available and what people can bring into a situation
2 installers plus bucket truck (30 foot height)
Tower climber w/ safety equipment- up to 200 foot structure
WHAT DEBT FREE You can't do that That will disrupt the
time space continuum thingee. Didn't you know ISP's are supposed to
not make money?
Get a grip man :-)
Wednesday, August 24, 2005, 10:33:19 AM, you wrote:
BR I plan to be debt free in a
First, I'm with Mark on this issue. This form sucks lemons.
But on to the article, I see no reason why I need to submit to a city
if I wish to send video over my system. I am an information packet
sending service. What business is it of theirs? Who cares what is in
We raised ours to $150 ( was 125) early summer when gas hit 2.50 a gallon. No
peeped. We also switched from running our bucket truck to a pickup
with ladder racks. Sucks when you do an install and the bucket would
really work. We got Verizon falling all over themselves giving
Tessco has climbing stuff and Tennessee Equipment is another option.
Lurk on the Tower-pro list for other climbing stuff.
We need to hook up for lunch someday, we are not that far apart!
Tuesday, August 16, 2005, 10:58:25 AM, you wrote:
BR I'll need to order today. Does
(in Chicago, SBC DSL modems now come w/ WiFi
CW access points turned on broadcasting away...sure, it's a convenience to the
CW consumers, but I cannot but wonder if this is an insidious method of
CW trashing 2.4 muni-wifi / wisp networks)
We have a village of about 400 homes that
Wednesday, August 3, 2005, 8:49:52 AM, you wrote:
JS Is there anyone who is using anything other than Trango who sees this
JS same issue?
JS Mark Koskenmaki wrote:
Im on the other end of the country - Oregon...
I saw no changes in my 5 ghz stuff.
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