Are you sure the interference is caused by the other dish?  We have
systems much closer than 15 foot apart and see no ill effects.

With all the other gear on that tower could you in fact be seeing
interference from something else?

Lonnie

On 10/28/05, Paul Hendry <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi guys and gals,
>
>
>
>            Just seeing if anyone has any advise when mounting more than 1
> antenna in the same frequency range on a tower. We have just installed a
> 5.8GHz 120" vert sector at about 47m. Already on the same side of the tower
> @ 42m is a 2 foot vert dish also running 5.8GHz. Both are pointing in
> roughly the same direction and there is 4 channels separation between them.
> I read somewhere on this list that 5 foot separation should be enough but I
> am seeing major interference. We have a horizontal dish also on this tower
> for a critical link so changing the dish to horizontal is not an option.
> Also, the tower is full of high frequency dishes and mobile antennas so
> there isn't much chance of moving either antennas to a different height.
> Anyone got any ideas??
>
>
>
> Cheers,
>
>
>
> P.
>
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