Re: [WISPA] Outsourced installations (KyWiFi LLC)

2006-10-10 Thread KyWiFi LLC
I think those who decline our service following a successful site survey are just tire kickers. They almost always tell our subcontractor that they will speak to the wife and get back to us or they were merely wanting to see if our service was available in their area. People of this stature waste

Re: [WISPA] Re: Outsourced installations (KyWiFi LLC)

2006-10-10 Thread KyWiFi LLC
Will 700Mhz not work like the local tv station broadcast? I mean, if someone can pick up a local tv station's broadcast via an antenna, they should be able to receive broadband via the same spectrum, right? Are you saying that 700Mhz is not much better than 900Mhz? Shannon D. Denniston,

RE: [WISPA] Re: Outsourced installations (KyWiFi LLC)

2006-10-10 Thread chris cooper
No- what Im saying is that rolling, or hilly terrain is inherently difficult to cover. We are in pretty hilly terrain, use 900 and its rough at times. We almost always do signal testing for each prospect. We have paging down as low as 158.7 that still wont propagate everywhere. A big high ridge

Re: [WISPA] Re: Outsourced installations (KyWiFi LLC)

2006-10-10 Thread Leon D. Zetekoff
KyWiFi LLC wrote: Will 700Mhz not work like the local tv station broadcast? I mean, if someone can pick up a local tv station's broadcast via an antenna, they should be able to receive broadband via the same spectrum, right? Are you saying that 700Mhz is not much better than 900Mhz? Remember

Re: [WISPA] Outsourced installations (KyWiFi LLC)

2006-10-10 Thread Tom DeReggi
Its not that I don't understand or agree with your point of view, but I just question wether it will work based on unecessarily detering customers. Its hard enough getting someone willing to try wireless in the first place, and now you are saying that the odds of getting it aren't good enough

Re: [WISPA] Outsourced installations (KyWiFi LLC)

2006-10-10 Thread Brian Rohrbacher
inline Tom DeReggi wrote: Its not that I don't understand or agree with your point of view, but I just question wether it will work based on unecessarily detering customers. Its hard enough getting someone willing to try wireless in the first place, and now you are saying that the odds of

[WISPA] Tranzeo CPE alternative

2006-10-10 Thread Jason Hensley
Trying to evaluate all of my options here, and thought I would see what other CPE are out there that are comparable to Tranzeo CPQ units (802.11b, built-in router, etc). Want to stay within that price range, but DON'T want to build a unit myself. Not that I'm not happy with the CPQ's, but

[WISPA] Need Products to Sell

2006-10-10 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Team, Google Map is done.. thanks for your help... NEXT... I want to drive phone calls your way... my site.. .evdo-coverage.com has room for a couple of new products/services... BUT we dont have the ability to answer any more calls.. SO... i'd love your put your products and services AND YOUR

Re: [WISPA] Outsourced installations (KyWiFi LLC)

2006-10-10 Thread KyWiFi LLC
If it deters a tire kicker from wasting our company's resources, then I will be very happy. I don't believe it will deter anyone who is seriously wanting our broadband service as they will not be charged a site survey fee unless they decline service following a successful site survey at their

[WISPA] OsBridge CPE

2006-10-10 Thread KyWiFi LLC
Anyone using the OsBridge 5GXi CPE in their network and care to share their comments on or off list? We are chomping at the bit to offer a 10Mbps/1Mbps service but we need an affordable 5Ghz CPE to make it a reality. With the OsBridge 5GXi model coming in at $200 per unit, it has caught my eye.

Re: [WISPA] Tranzeo CPE alternative

2006-10-10 Thread Anthony Morin
I would take a look at Deliberant. www.deliberant.com They ship and handle rma'spromptly, along with great customer support. Jason Hensley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Trying to evaluate all of my options here, and thought I would see what other CPE are out there that are comparable to

RE: [WISPA] Tranzeo CPE alternative

2006-10-10 Thread Chad Halsted
Take a look at these http://www.demarctech.com/products/reliawave-rwo/rwo-plus-hpg-15a.htm I have ordered a couple to evaluate, but still havent had the time to put them up. They are built pretty solid and are a tad bit smaller than the TR-CPE200s. They were advised to me by another

[WISPA] Are these good or bad Alvarion VL statistics...

2006-10-10 Thread Brad Belton
I'm at the SU side and the SU shows Five Green LEDs. In fact the SU shows Five Green LEDs even if we swing the antenna a few degrees left - right - up or down. We really have no idea what our RSSI is, but we've made our best judgment splitting the difference between the left - right - up and

Re: [WISPA] Are these good or bad Alvarion VL statistics...

2006-10-10 Thread David E. Smith
Brad Belton wrote: I'm at the SU side and the SU shows Five Green LEDs. In fact the SU shows Five Green LEDs even if we swing the antenna a few degrees left - right - up or down. We really have no idea what our RSSI is, but we've made our best judgment splitting the difference between the left

RE: [WISPA] Are these good or bad Alvarion VL statistics...

2006-10-10 Thread Brad Belton
Hello David, Great tip on the 4-4-1. What does the 4-4-2 mean? Problem I think we are having is during business hours RF activity at the AU side is greater than say right now. Right now I'm able to pass pretty decent bandwidth over the linkabout 12Mbps down to the SU and about 6-7Mbps up

Re: [WISPA] Are these good or bad Alvarion VL statistics...

2006-10-10 Thread David E. Smith
Brad Belton wrote: Is there a way to lock in a modulation rate at the lowest setting...say maybe 6MB in an effort to give the VL a chance in a noisy environment? There is, but I don't remember how to do it from the command line :( With Breezeconfig, click on the Performance tab, set Maximum