Hi Brian,

Curious as to what kind of latency and jitter you’re seeing on these links, if 
you’re monitoring those parameters.

Feel free to respond off list if you’d like.

Thanks,


Joel Spaans
Communications Network Analyst – Information Technology Services

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[mailto:WIRELESS-LAN@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU] On Behalf Of Travis Kershner
Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2018 11:38 AM
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Subject: Re: [WIRELESS-LAN] point-to-point wireless backhauls

Brian,

You will not be disappointed with the NanoBeamAC units.  At Geneseo, we did 
exactly this to provide service to our Softball Field.  Athletics setup two 
camera's to live stream games and at most 25-30 clients will be attached to the 
Cisco AP on the remote side of the bridge.  We are spanning just under 1000 
feet.  Very happy with this setup.



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Travis A. Kershner
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On Tue, Feb 20, 2018 at 12:03 PM, Brian Helman 
<bhel...@salemstate.edu<mailto:bhel...@salemstate.edu>> wrote:
This has come up a few times, but I wanted to ask introduce a deviation from 
the larger (trunk) discussion – what are people recommending for small 
backhauls over wireless (e.g to support a 1-2 devices, such as CCTV) for 
example at a ball field?  If you are offering WiFi services to people attending 
events, do you need to reconcile the introduction of a point-to-point backhaul 
into your site planning?

Have any of you used the NanoBeamAC units?

-Brian

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