RE: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

2006-03-29 Thread G.Villarini








I need to chime in. it seems Airaya
is using common AP PCBs with their own firmware, but I doubt that Firmware truly
breaks 11a protocol. I have yet to see a regular 11a or 11b PCB that has
custom firmware that breaks the 11a PHY MAC. I do have seem custom PCB
like the Trango, WaveIP and Alvarion, that they use 11a chips but they
implement their own PHY MAC but thats on custom PCB with 11a RF
chips only.



I doubt that Airaya can modify 11a PHY MAC
on a off the shelf PCB.



Anyone with more info? Input ?





Gino A. Villarini, 

Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp.

[EMAIL PROTECTED]

www.aeronetpr.com

787.273.4143













From:
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982-2181
Sent: Wednesday, March 29, 2006
12:53 PM
To: WISPA
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Subject: Re: [WISPA] RE: Solectek
Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up







Thanks for the list. I've passed it on to Mike at
Airaya for comment.











One of MY big selling points on the Airaya gear is that it's
NOT 802.11a like the others (Tranzeo,
 MT, StarOS, etc.) that you're
likely thinking of. 











It uses the 802.11a CHIP to keep costs down but they've put
their own firmware on the radio. I'm running these units in a rotten
environment and they work better than my Trango distribution system at the same
tower sites. Fewer ping losses, higher speeds etc.











laters,





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- Original Message - 





From: Matt Glaves 





To: WISPA General List






Sent: Tuesday, March 28,
2006 2:10 PM





Subject: RE: [WISPA] RE:
Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up









Im not stuck in the 1950s.
Im not looking for vacuum tubes and 100lb power supplies to justify my
purchases. I could go to a number of other vendors and get the same
802.11a setup for $700 or less. The pictures speak volumes and it seems a
fair number of the subscribers on this list got a lot of information on the
product from the pictures alone. Others asked for my list and I sent
it. I dont need Airaya suing me, so Ill let their hardware
do the talking. I know for a fact I have cost them a number of future
sales based the responses Im receiving from other members who were
considering their product for future deployments.



I sent you the same list of 15 or so items
so you can make your own call. Here is one that I really love:



https://secure.airaya.com/proddetail.asp?prod=AI108-4958-O-050

http://www.connectronics.com/airaya/index.html

http://shop.wirelessguys.com/s.nl/sc.2/category.346/it.A/id.2395/.f



Notice where it says AES encryption?
Its listed on every PDF and vendor page I have seen for the unit.
It was a deciding factor in my selection of this unit. It will be a
really great feature when it is actually implemented. You get WEP for
now. Would have been nice if there was an asterisk there telling you
AES Support Coming in Quarter 3 2006.



Matt















From: Marlon K.
Schafer (509) 982-2181 [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006
11:38 AM
To: WISPA
 General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] RE: Solectek
Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up







Times are changing. If you want devices with lots of
chips and blinky lights you'll have to pay extra. Everything it done at
the board level these days. And everyone is using the same basic chip set
these days. Airaya writes their own mac level firmware for them.











I have 4 links. 2 of the original version (prior to
what you've got there) give me a little bit of trouble on a tough link (fresnel
zone). The new radios haven't skipped a beat though.











I love my Airaya radios. They've been a great value.











I'm curious, you've not said why you don't like them.
Is there something about the performance? Software? Setup?
Gotta be something other than what's in those pics.











laters,





Marlon
(509)
982-2181
Equipment sales
(408) 907-6910
(Vonage)
Consulting services
42846865
(icq)
And I run my own wisp!
64.146.146.12 (net meeting)
www.odessaoffice.com/wireless
www.odessaoffice.com/marlon/cam




















- Original Message - 





From: Matt Glaves 





To: wireless@wispa.org






Sent: Monday, March 27,
2006 7:46 PM





Subject: [WISPA] RE:
Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up









Hey Folks,



Last month I posted to the list asking
about low cost 5Ghz bridges and a few folks responded that I should check out
Airaya. I decided to give them a try based on some really excellent
discounts from one of our vendors. In short, I hate them J If youre
interested in why, feel free to hit me off list..



We bought two complete links and before
installing the first one I cracked it open and took a picture of its high tech
innards to share with this list. I hope this helps those looking at sub
$3k PTP bridges

RE: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

2006-03-28 Thread Matt Glaves








Im not stuck in the 1950s. Im
not looking for vacuum tubes and 100lb power supplies to justify my purchases.
I could go to a number of other vendors and get the same 802.11a setup for $700
or less. The pictures speak volumes and it seems a fair number of the
subscribers on this list got a lot of information on the product from the
pictures alone. Others asked for my list and I sent it. I dont
need Airaya suing me, so Ill let their hardware do the talking. I
know for a fact I have cost them a number of future sales based the responses Im
receiving from other members who were considering their product for future
deployments.



I sent you the same list of 15 or so items
so you can make your own call. Here is one that I really love:



https://secure.airaya.com/proddetail.asp?prod=AI108-4958-O-050

http://www.connectronics.com/airaya/index.html

http://shop.wirelessguys.com/s.nl/sc.2/category.346/it.A/id.2395/.f



Notice where it says AES encryption?
Its listed on every PDF and vendor page I have seen for the unit.
It was a deciding factor in my selection of this unit. It will be a
really great feature when it is actually implemented. You get WEP for
now. Would have been nice if there was an asterisk there telling you AES
Support Coming in Quarter 3 2006.



Matt















From: Marlon K.
Schafer (509) 982-2181 [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006
11:38 AM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] RE: Solectek
Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up







Times are changing. If you want devices with lots of
chips and blinky lights you'll have to pay extra. Everything it done at
the board level these days. And everyone is using the same basic chip set
these days. Airaya writes their own mac level firmware for them.











I have 4 links. 2 of the original version (prior to
what you've got there) give me a little bit of trouble on a tough link (fresnel
zone). The new radios haven't skipped a beat though.











I love my Airaya radios. They've been a great value.











I'm curious, you've not said why you don't like them.
Is there something about the performance? Software? Setup?
Gotta be something other than what's in those pics.











laters,





Marlon
(509)
982-2181
Equipment sales
(408) 907-6910
(Vonage)
Consulting services
42846865
(icq)
And I run my own wisp!
64.146.146.12 (net meeting)
www.odessaoffice.com/wireless
www.odessaoffice.com/marlon/cam




















- Original Message - 





From: Matt Glaves 





To: wireless@wispa.org






Sent: Monday, March 27,
2006 7:46 PM





Subject: [WISPA] RE:
Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up









Hey Folks,



Last month I posted to the list asking
about low cost 5Ghz bridges and a few folks responded that I should check out
Airaya. I decided to give them a try based on some really excellent
discounts from one of our vendors. In short, I hate them J If youre
interested in why, feel free to hit me off list..



We bought two complete links and before
installing the first one I cracked it open and took a picture of its high tech
innards to share with this list. I hope this helps those looking at sub
$3k PTP bridges. 



http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0714.JPG

http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0712.JPG



thanks,

matt

















From: Matt Glaves 
Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2006
9:50 PM
To: 'wireless@wispa.org'
Subject: Solectek Skyway 7000





I have never used the Solectek equipment and am looking at
either trying their Skyway 7101 or the Trango Atlas for some short building to
building links. I have seen enough favorable posts about the Atlas to
know plenty of you are using it successfully  although I sure wish I
could get one of their sales folks to return a phone call. Leave a
message about buying 250 CPEs and no one calls back Anyway J



I would like to get opinions on the Skyway 7000. This
would be for very short .5 mile links between buildings. We would
normally use Terabeam/Proxim systems but are looking for alternatives with
similar capabilities and 20-40% lower cost. Any info/opinions on
reliability and real world throughput would be great.



Thanks,

Matt









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Re: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

2006-03-28 Thread Jason Hensley
Yes, the Tranzeos are very similar on the inside.  I can post / send pics if 
anyone is interested.  Had a tower go down that demolished a TR-5a and a 
TR-6000.


- Original Message - 
From: G.Villarini [EMAIL PROTECTED]

To: 'WISPA General List' wireless@wispa.org
Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006 3:59 AM
Subject: RE: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up



Looks like a dlink or netgear 5ghz ap... the tranzeos would be similar

Gino A. Villarini,
Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp.
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
www.aeronetpr.com
787.273.4143


-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of KyWiFi LLC
Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006 12:49 AM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

That's an Atheros chipset on the PCB but what type of
PCB is it? The model # in the pics looks like 8WAPD15_5A1
but Google.com doesn't turn anything up on it. Looks like a
homebrew solution IMO.

-Shannon


- Original Message - 
From: Matt Glaves [EMAIL PROTECTED]

To: wireless@wispa.org
Sent: Monday, March 27, 2006 10:46 PM
Subject: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up


Hey Folks,



Last month I posted to the list asking about low cost 5Ghz bridges and a
few folks responded that I should check out Airaya.  I decided to give
them a try based on some really excellent discounts from one of our
vendors.  In short, I hate them :-)  If you're interested in why, feel
free to hit me off list..



We bought two complete links and before installing the first one I
cracked it open and took a picture of its high tech innards to share
with this list.  I hope this helps those looking at sub $3k PTP bridges.




http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0714.JPG

http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0712.JPG



thanks,

matt









 _

From: Matt Glaves
Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2006 9:50 PM
To: 'wireless@wispa.org'
Subject: Solectek Skyway 7000



I have never used the Solectek equipment and am looking at either trying
their Skyway 7101 or the Trango Atlas for some short building to
building links.  I have seen enough favorable posts about the Atlas to
know plenty of you are using it successfully - although I sure wish I
could get one of their sales folks to return a phone call.  Leave a
message about buying 250 CPEs and no one calls back  Anyway :-)



I would like to get opinions on the Skyway 7000.  This would be for very
short .5 mile links between buildings.  We would normally use
Terabeam/Proxim systems but are looking for alternatives with similar
capabilities and 20-40% lower cost.  Any info/opinions on reliability
and real world throughput would be great.



Thanks,

Matt










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RE: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

2006-03-28 Thread G.Villarini
The only diff is that tranzeo are way less expensive so... it isn't that bad

Gino A. Villarini, 
Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp.
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
www.aeronetpr.com
787.273.4143

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Jason Hensley
Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006 9:58 AM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

Yes, the Tranzeos are very similar on the inside.  I can post / send pics if

anyone is interested.  Had a tower go down that demolished a TR-5a and a 
TR-6000.

- Original Message - 
From: G.Villarini [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: 'WISPA General List' wireless@wispa.org
Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006 3:59 AM
Subject: RE: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up


 Looks like a dlink or netgear 5ghz ap... the tranzeos would be similar

 Gino A. Villarini,
 Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp.
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 www.aeronetpr.com
 787.273.4143


 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
 Behalf Of KyWiFi LLC
 Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006 12:49 AM
 To: WISPA General List
 Subject: Re: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

 That's an Atheros chipset on the PCB but what type of
 PCB is it? The model # in the pics looks like 8WAPD15_5A1
 but Google.com doesn't turn anything up on it. Looks like a
 homebrew solution IMO.

 -Shannon


 - Original Message - 
 From: Matt Glaves [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: wireless@wispa.org
 Sent: Monday, March 27, 2006 10:46 PM
 Subject: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up


 Hey Folks,



 Last month I posted to the list asking about low cost 5Ghz bridges and a
 few folks responded that I should check out Airaya.  I decided to give
 them a try based on some really excellent discounts from one of our
 vendors.  In short, I hate them :-)  If you're interested in why, feel
 free to hit me off list..



 We bought two complete links and before installing the first one I
 cracked it open and took a picture of its high tech innards to share
 with this list.  I hope this helps those looking at sub $3k PTP bridges.




 http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0714.JPG

 http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0712.JPG



 thanks,

 matt









  _

 From: Matt Glaves
 Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2006 9:50 PM
 To: 'wireless@wispa.org'
 Subject: Solectek Skyway 7000



 I have never used the Solectek equipment and am looking at either trying
 their Skyway 7101 or the Trango Atlas for some short building to
 building links.  I have seen enough favorable posts about the Atlas to
 know plenty of you are using it successfully - although I sure wish I
 could get one of their sales folks to return a phone call.  Leave a
 message about buying 250 CPEs and no one calls back  Anyway :-)



 I would like to get opinions on the Skyway 7000.  This would be for very
 short .5 mile links between buildings.  We would normally use
 Terabeam/Proxim systems but are looking for alternatives with similar
 capabilities and 20-40% lower cost.  Any info/opinions on reliability
 and real world throughput would be great.



 Thanks,

 Matt








 


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Re: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

2006-03-28 Thread Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181



Times are changing. If you want devices with 
lots of chips and blinky lights you'll have to pay extra. Everything it 
done at the board level these days. And everyone is using the same basic 
chip set these days. Airaya writes their own mac level firmware for 
them.

I have 4 links. 2 of the original version 
(prior to what you've got there) give me a little bit of trouble on a tough link 
(fresnel zone). The new radios haven't skipped a beat though.

I love my Airaya radios. They've been a great 
value.

I'm curious, you've not said why you don't like 
them. Is there something about the performance? Software? 
Setup? Gotta be something other than what's in those pics.

laters,
Marlon(509) 
982-2181 
Equipment sales(408) 907-6910 
(Vonage) 
Consulting services42846865 
(icq) 
And I run my own wisp!64.146.146.12 (net meeting)www.odessaoffice.com/wirelesswww.odessaoffice.com/marlon/cam



  - Original Message - 
  From: 
  Matt Glaves 
  To: wireless@wispa.org 
  Sent: Monday, March 27, 2006 7:46 
PM
  Subject: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 
  -- Follow Up
  
  
  Hey 
  Folks,
  
  Last month I posted 
  to the list asking about low cost 5Ghz bridges and a few folks responded that 
  I should check out Airaya. I decided to give them a try based on some 
  really excellent discounts from one of our vendors. In short, I hate 
  them J If you’re 
  interested in why, feel free to hit me off list..
  
  We bought two 
  complete links and before installing the first one I cracked it open and took 
  a picture of its high tech innards to share with this list. I hope this 
  helps those looking at sub $3k PTP bridges. 

  
  http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0714.JPG
  http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0712.JPG
  
  thanks,
  matt
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  From: Matt 
  Glaves Sent: Wednesday, 
  February 22, 2006 9:50 PMTo: 
  'wireless@wispa.org'Subject: 
  Solectek Skyway 7000
  
  I have never used the Solectek 
  equipment and am looking at either trying their Skyway 7101 or the Trango 
  Atlas for some short building to building links. I have seen enough 
  favorable posts about the Atlas to know plenty of you are using it 
  successfully – although I sure wish I could get one of their sales folks to 
  return a phone call. Leave a message about buying 250 CPEs and no one 
  calls back Anyway J
  
  I would like to get opinions on 
  the Skyway 7000. This would be for very short .5 mile links between 
  buildings. We would normally use Terabeam/Proxim systems but are looking 
  for alternatives with similar capabilities and 20-40% lower cost. Any 
  info/opinions on reliability and real world throughput would be 
  great.
  
  Thanks,
  Matt
  
  
  

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RE: Re[2]: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

2006-03-28 Thread G.Villarini
Radiolanwow...you threw me back like 5 years...when Raylink and
Breezecom where the FHSS kings against the DSSS Empire of Lucent and
Samsung/YDI/TELEtronics stuff

Gino A. Villarini, 
Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp.
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
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-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Barry at Mutual Data
Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006 12:23 PM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re[2]: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

Hello G.Villarini,

They used to be Accton pcb assemblies. Radiolan is similar( same?)
equipment.

Find any PICAT5's yet? Funny how they all disappeared.


Barry

Tuesday, March 28, 2006, 4:59:58 AM, you wrote:

GV Looks like a dlink or netgear 5ghz ap... the tranzeos would be
similar

GV Gino A. Villarini, 
GV Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp.
GV [EMAIL PROTECTED]
GV www.aeronetpr.com
GV 787.273.4143


GV -Original Message-
GV From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
GV [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
GV Behalf Of KyWiFi LLC
GV Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006 12:49 AM
GV To: WISPA General List
GV Subject: Re: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

GV That's an Atheros chipset on the PCB but what type of
GV PCB is it? The model # in the pics looks like 8WAPD15_5A1
GV but Google.com doesn't turn anything up on it. Looks like a
GV homebrew solution IMO.

GV -Shannon


GV - Original Message - 
GV From: Matt Glaves [EMAIL PROTECTED]
GV To: wireless@wispa.org
GV Sent: Monday, March 27, 2006 10:46 PM
GV Subject: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up


GV Hey Folks,

 

GV Last month I posted to the list asking about low cost 5Ghz bridges and a
GV few folks responded that I should check out Airaya.  I decided to give
GV them a try based on some really excellent discounts from one of our
GV vendors.  In short, I hate them :-)  If you're interested in why, feel
GV free to hit me off list..

 

GV We bought two complete links and before installing the first one I
GV cracked it open and took a picture of its high tech innards to share
GV with this list.  I hope this helps those looking at sub $3k PTP bridges.


 

GV http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0714.JPG

GV http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0712.JPG

 

GV thanks,

GV matt

 

 

 

 

GV   _  

GV From: Matt Glaves 
GV Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2006 9:50 PM
GV To: 'wireless@wispa.org'
GV Subject: Solectek Skyway 7000

 

GV I have never used the Solectek equipment and am looking at either trying
GV their Skyway 7101 or the Trango Atlas for some short building to
GV building links.  I have seen enough favorable posts about the Atlas to
GV know plenty of you are using it successfully - although I sure wish I
GV could get one of their sales folks to return a phone call.  Leave a
GV message about buying 250 CPEs and no one calls back  Anyway :-)

 

GV I would like to get opinions on the Skyway 7000.  This would be for very
GV short .5 mile links between buildings.  We would normally use
GV Terabeam/Proxim systems but are looking for alternatives with similar
GV capabilities and 20-40% lower cost.  Any info/opinions on reliability
GV and real world throughput would be great.

 

GV Thanks,

GV Matt

 




GV

GV 


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RE: Re[2]: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

2006-03-28 Thread G.Villarini
No picat5 ;-( got any ?

Gino A. Villarini, 
Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp.
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
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Behalf Of Barry at Mutual Data
Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006 12:23 PM
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Subject: Re[2]: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

Hello G.Villarini,

They used to be Accton pcb assemblies. Radiolan is similar( same?)
equipment.

Find any PICAT5's yet? Funny how they all disappeared.


Barry

Tuesday, March 28, 2006, 4:59:58 AM, you wrote:

GV Looks like a dlink or netgear 5ghz ap... the tranzeos would be
similar

GV Gino A. Villarini, 
GV Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp.
GV [EMAIL PROTECTED]
GV www.aeronetpr.com
GV 787.273.4143


GV -Original Message-
GV From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
GV [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
GV Behalf Of KyWiFi LLC
GV Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006 12:49 AM
GV To: WISPA General List
GV Subject: Re: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

GV That's an Atheros chipset on the PCB but what type of
GV PCB is it? The model # in the pics looks like 8WAPD15_5A1
GV but Google.com doesn't turn anything up on it. Looks like a
GV homebrew solution IMO.

GV -Shannon


GV - Original Message - 
GV From: Matt Glaves [EMAIL PROTECTED]
GV To: wireless@wispa.org
GV Sent: Monday, March 27, 2006 10:46 PM
GV Subject: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up


GV Hey Folks,

 

GV Last month I posted to the list asking about low cost 5Ghz bridges and a
GV few folks responded that I should check out Airaya.  I decided to give
GV them a try based on some really excellent discounts from one of our
GV vendors.  In short, I hate them :-)  If you're interested in why, feel
GV free to hit me off list..

 

GV We bought two complete links and before installing the first one I
GV cracked it open and took a picture of its high tech innards to share
GV with this list.  I hope this helps those looking at sub $3k PTP bridges.


 

GV http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0714.JPG

GV http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0712.JPG

 

GV thanks,

GV matt

 

 

 

 

GV   _  

GV From: Matt Glaves 
GV Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2006 9:50 PM
GV To: 'wireless@wispa.org'
GV Subject: Solectek Skyway 7000

 

GV I have never used the Solectek equipment and am looking at either trying
GV their Skyway 7101 or the Trango Atlas for some short building to
GV building links.  I have seen enough favorable posts about the Atlas to
GV know plenty of you are using it successfully - although I sure wish I
GV could get one of their sales folks to return a phone call.  Leave a
GV message about buying 250 CPEs and no one calls back  Anyway :-)

 

GV I would like to get opinions on the Skyway 7000.  This would be for very
GV short .5 mile links between buildings.  We would normally use
GV Terabeam/Proxim systems but are looking for alternatives with similar
GV capabilities and 20-40% lower cost.  Any info/opinions on reliability
GV and real world throughput would be great.

 

GV Thanks,

GV Matt

 




GV

GV 


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Re: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

2006-03-28 Thread Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181



That gear is still 802.11 based. So 
interference susceptibility is higher.

Marlon(509) 
982-2181 
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  - Original Message - 
  From: 
  G.Villarini 
  
  To: 'WISPA General List' 
  Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006 9:15 
  AM
  Subject: RE: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 
  7000 -- Follow Up
  
  
  I just think paying 
  what the Airaya cost is not worth what it really is, where a Tranzeo or 
  similar based 802.11a gear can be had cheaper
  
  
  Gino A. Villarini, 
  
  Aeronet Wireless 
  Broadband Corp.
  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  www.aeronetpr.com
  787.273.4143
  
  
  
  
  
  From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
  [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On 
  Behalf Of Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006 12:38 
  PMTo: WISPA General ListSubject: Re: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 
  7000 -- Follow Up
  
  
  Times are changing. If you 
  want devices with lots of chips and blinky lights you'll have to pay 
  extra. Everything it done at the board level these days. And 
  everyone is using the same basic chip set these days. Airaya writes 
  their own mac level firmware for them.
  
  
  
  I have 4 links. 2 of the 
  original version (prior to what you've got there) give me a little bit of 
  trouble on a tough link (fresnel zone). The new radios haven't skipped a 
  beat though.
  
  
  
  I love my Airaya radios. 
  They've been a great value.
  
  
  
  I'm curious, you've not said why 
  you don't like them. Is there something about the performance? 
  Software? Setup? Gotta be something other than what's in those 
  pics.
  
  
  
  laters,
  
  Marlon(509) 
  982-2181 
  Equipment sales(408) 907-6910 
  (Vonage) 
  Consulting services42846865 
  (icq) 
  And I run my own wisp!64.146.146.12 (net meeting)www.odessaoffice.com/wirelesswww.odessaoffice.com/marlon/cam
  
  
  
  
  

- Original Message - 


From: Matt Glaves 


To: wireless@wispa.org 


Sent: Monday, 
March 27, 2006 7:46 PM

Subject: [WISPA] 
RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up


Hey 
Folks,

Last month I posted 
to the list asking about low cost 5Ghz bridges and a few folks responded 
that I should check out Airaya. I decided to give them a try based on 
some really excellent discounts from one of our vendors. In short, I 
hate them J If you’re 
interested in why, feel free to hit me off 
list..

We bought two 
complete links and before installing the first one I cracked it open and 
took a picture of its high tech innards to share with this list. I 
hope this helps those looking at sub $3k PTP bridges. 


http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0714.JPG
http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0712.JPG

thanks,
matt








From: Matt 
Glaves Sent: Wednesday, 
February 22, 2006 9:50 PMTo: 'wireless@wispa.org'Subject: Solectek Skyway 
7000

I have never used the Solectek 
equipment and am looking at either trying their Skyway 7101 or the Trango 
Atlas for some short building to building links. I have seen enough 
favorable posts about the Atlas to know plenty of you are using it 
successfully – although I sure wish I could get one of their sales folks to 
return a phone call. Leave a message about buying 250 CPEs and no one 
calls back Anyway J

I would like to get opinions on 
the Skyway 7000. This would be for very short .5 mile links 
between buildings. We would normally use Terabeam/Proxim systems but 
are looking for alternatives with similar capabilities and 20-40% lower 
cost. Any info/opinions on reliability and real world throughput would 
be great.

Thanks,
Matt




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Re: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

2006-03-27 Thread Bob Knight
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Hi Matt - I am definitely interested in why. We are tipping our toes
into the Tranzeo pond, and Airaya was a possibility.

I'm (negatively) impressed with the pics, of course.

Thanks,
Bob


Matt Glaves wrote:
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 Hey Folks,

 

 Last month I posted to the list asking about low cost 5Ghz bridges
 and a few folks responded that I should check out Airaya.  I decided
 to give them a try based on some really excellent discounts from one
 of our vendors.  In short, I hate them J  If you?re interested in
 why, feel free to hit me off list..

 

 We bought two complete links and before installing the first one I
 cracked it open and took a picture of its high tech innards to share
 with this list.  I hope this helps those looking at sub $3k PTP
 bridges.

 

 http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0714.JPG

 http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0712.JPG

 

 thanks,

 matt

 

 

 

 

 --

 *From:* Matt Glaves
 *Sent:* Wednesday, February 22, 2006 9:50 PM
 *To:* 'wireless@wispa.org'
 *Subject:* Solectek Skyway 7000

 

 I have never used the Solectek equipment and am looking at either
 trying their Skyway 7101 or the Trango Atlas for some short building
 to building links.  I have seen enough favorable posts about the
 Atlas to know plenty of you are using it successfully ? although I
 sure wish I could get one of their sales folks to return a phone
 call.  Leave a message about buying 250 CPEs and no one calls
 back  Anyway J

 

 I would like to get opinions on the Skyway 7000.  This would be for
 very short .5 mile links between buildings.  We would normally use
 Terabeam/Proxim systems but are looking for alternatives with
 similar capabilities and 20-40% lower cost.  Any info/opinions on
 reliability and real world throughput would be great.

 

 Thanks,

 Matt

 

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[Fwd: Re: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up]

2006-03-27 Thread Bob Knight
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My apologies to the list. I didn't check the reply-to before I pulled
the trigger.

Bob


-  Original Message 
Subject: Re: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up
Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2006 20:59:51 -0700
From: Bob Knight [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Reply-To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
References:
[EMAIL PROTECTED]



Hi Matt - I am definitely interested in why. We are tipping our toes
into the Tranzeo pond, and Airaya was a possibility.

I'm (negatively) impressed with the pics, of course.

Thanks,
Bob


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 Last month I posted to the list asking about low cost 5Ghz bridges
 and a few folks responded that I should check out Airaya.  I
 decided to give them a try based on some really excellent discounts
 from one of our vendors.  In short, I hate them J  If you?re
 interested in why, feel free to hit me off list..



 We bought two complete links and before installing the first one I
 cracked it open and took a picture of its high tech innards to
 share with this list.  I hope this helps those looking at sub $3k
 PTP bridges.



 http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0714.JPG

 http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0712.JPG



 thanks,

 matt









 --


 *From:* Matt Glaves *Sent:* Wednesday, February 22, 2006 9:50 PM
 *To:* 'wireless@wispa.org' *Subject:* Solectek Skyway 7000



 I have never used the Solectek equipment and am looking at either
 trying their Skyway 7101 or the Trango Atlas for some short
 building to building links.  I have seen enough favorable posts
 about the Atlas to know plenty of you are using it successfully ?
 although I sure wish I could get one of their sales folks to return
 a phone call.  Leave a message about buying 250 CPEs and no one
 calls back  Anyway J



 I would like to get opinions on the Skyway 7000.  This would be for
  very short .5 mile links between buildings.  We would normally
 use Terabeam/Proxim systems but are looking for alternatives with
 similar capabilities and 20-40% lower cost.  Any info/opinions on
 reliability and real world throughput would be great.



 Thanks,

 Matt



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Re: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up

2006-03-27 Thread KyWiFi LLC
That's an Atheros chipset on the PCB but what type of
PCB is it? The model # in the pics looks like 8WAPD15_5A1
but Google.com doesn't turn anything up on it. Looks like a
homebrew solution IMO.

-Shannon


- Original Message - 
From: Matt Glaves [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: wireless@wispa.org
Sent: Monday, March 27, 2006 10:46 PM
Subject: [WISPA] RE: Solectek Skyway 7000 -- Follow Up


Hey Folks,

 

Last month I posted to the list asking about low cost 5Ghz bridges and a
few folks responded that I should check out Airaya.  I decided to give
them a try based on some really excellent discounts from one of our
vendors.  In short, I hate them :-)  If you're interested in why, feel
free to hit me off list..

 

We bought two complete links and before installing the first one I
cracked it open and took a picture of its high tech innards to share
with this list.  I hope this helps those looking at sub $3k PTP bridges.


 

http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0714.JPG

http://www.pinn.net/~glaves/DSCN0712.JPG

 

thanks,

matt

 

 

 

 

  _  

From: Matt Glaves 
Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2006 9:50 PM
To: 'wireless@wispa.org'
Subject: Solectek Skyway 7000

 

I have never used the Solectek equipment and am looking at either trying
their Skyway 7101 or the Trango Atlas for some short building to
building links.  I have seen enough favorable posts about the Atlas to
know plenty of you are using it successfully - although I sure wish I
could get one of their sales folks to return a phone call.  Leave a
message about buying 250 CPEs and no one calls back  Anyway :-)

 

I would like to get opinions on the Skyway 7000.  This would be for very
short .5 mile links between buildings.  We would normally use
Terabeam/Proxim systems but are looking for alternatives with similar
capabilities and 20-40% lower cost.  Any info/opinions on reliability
and real world throughput would be great.

 

Thanks,

Matt

 







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