Re: [WISPA] SR9 Performance

2006-09-05 Thread Cliff Leboeuf
CW, Did anyone offer their experiences on the SR9's as you asked below? Maybe I missed them. :( - Cliff On 8/31/06 4:05 PM, cw [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is anyone getting satisfactory performance with SR9s on WAR boards? If so, what antennas are you using for base station and subscriber end?

RE: [WISPA] flooded lmr 600

2006-09-05 Thread Mac Dearman
There definitely is a LMR-DB that is water tight. The regular LMR coax is just water resistant and you have done well to find your problem! I remember the first run of LMR I had to get moisture in it about 5 years ago - - - I pulled my hair out trying to figure that one out, but I was

Re: [WISPA] SR9 Performance

2006-09-05 Thread Lonnie Nunweiler
We have not finished testing yet so we are keeping a bit quiet. I do not wish to promote this until I know for sure it is reliable. I can say that initial testing shows much better results than cw is seeing. Of course we do not use omnis and coat hangers but rather PacWireless 9 dB, 11 dB and

[WISPA] Wireless Industry Partnership (WIP) Launches Online Resource For Wireless Companies Worldwide

2006-09-05 Thread Dawn DiPietro
All, I was looking through the members and found WISPA listed. Regards, Dawn DiPietro Wireless Industry Partnership (WIP) Launches Online Resource For Wireless Companies Worldwide Written by WIP Tuesday, 05 September 2006 The Wireless Industry Partnership (WIP) today announced the launch

RE: [WISPA] Wireless Industry Partnership (WIP) Launches Online Resource For Wireless Companies Worldwide

2006-09-05 Thread Rick Harnish
As far as I know, it looks like a typical include everyone of substance as a member. Nothing has crossed my desk nor has there been any discussion during WISPA board meetings about such a request for membership. Rick Harnish President OnlyInternet Broadband Wireless, Inc. 260-827-2482

Re: [WISPA] SR9 Performance

2006-09-05 Thread cw
Thanks for the info, Lonnie. The coathangers came after we couldn't make PacWireless sector panels, omnis or yagis work. Four radios on one WAR4 surprises me. Thought that was too much power consumption. You're using yagis for the base station broadcast? Which one/s? Can anyone point me at

Re: [WISPA] SR9 Performance

2006-09-05 Thread George Rogato
I've been holding off on the SR9's till I heard more and lonnie has had time to figure out what changes need to be made. Also I'm waiting on pac wireless 900 rootennas to make life easy. Sometimes it's better to wait. George cw wrote: Thanks for the info, Lonnie. The coathangers came after

[WISPA] wireless fiber deployment

2006-09-05 Thread Mario Pommier
This is a new area of wireless deployment for me: I've been asked to quote for a gigabit wireless link between a radiology department and a nearby hospital (0.4 miles). I'm aware of two options so far, and here's some info I've gathered: -- BridgeWave - 60Ghz; unlicensed; $25,000 complete

Re: [WISPA] wireless fiber deployment

2006-09-05 Thread Cliff Leboeuf
Title: Re: [WISPA] wireless fiber deployment Mario, I too have a similar opportunity. Mine is for about 1,500 feet. However, the prices that I have received are considerably less than what you have below. - Cliff On 9/5/06 4:37 PM, Mario Pommier [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is a new area of

Re: [WISPA] wireless fiber deployment

2006-09-05 Thread Mario Pommier
Good to hear that. Priced similarly? Thanks. Mario Matt Liotta wrote: We deploy BrideWave gear and have been happy with it. BridgeWave also has a licensed radio operating in the 80Ghz range. -Matt Mario Pommier wrote: This is a new area of wireless deployment for me: I've been asked to

Re: [WISPA] wireless fiber deployment

2006-09-05 Thread lakeland
Mario Your price for the bridgewave is msrp for the unit with parabolic antenna For. 5 miles that would be my choice. Some would say that is not necessary and you could get by with the lower tier unit The price for that system ia avaulable at a much lower number For $25k I will sell itl

Re: [WISPA] wireless fiber deployment

2006-09-05 Thread John Scrivner
Licensed 70 to 80 GHz actually has less oxygen absorption of the signal than 60 GHz (by several orders of magnitude). If you are providing a Service Level Agreement with 5 - 9's or better % uptime then you should stick with a licensed product IMO. As Matt states below, both companies offer a

Re: [WISPA] SR9 Performance

2006-09-05 Thread Lonnie Nunweiler
As I said we are using 9 dB, 11 dB and 13 dB yagis. We are in test mode so we are trying all of them for all locations so that we can find the best combination for the task. I am not at the point yet where I can give advice for which type to use for a certain task. There are still combinations

[WISPA] New 700 mhz rules ?

2006-09-05 Thread Gino A. Villarini
Fresh off the FCC: http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-06-114A1.pdf no mention of unlicensed 700 mhz ... I think our chances are slim. Gino A. Villarini [EMAIL PROTECTED] Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp. tel 787.273.4143 fax 787.273.4145 attachment: winmail.dat-- WISPA