So that’s 297.63Mbps regardless of the type of traffic? The thing I wasn’t sure about was exactly what the difference between Spectra and Lite where. Is it purely that the lite can only achieve 150Mbps? If for example you can only achieve 100Mbps with the Spectra would you also get 100Mbps if you used the Lite on the same link?

 


From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Dylan Oliver
Sent: 13 December 2005 19:21
To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Orthogon Spectra

 

Paul,

I just predicted a 4 km link with OS Spectra. Max. Aggregate Throughput tops out at 297.63 Mbps. Mean max user throughput in either direction is 233.98 Mbps. A 2' 29.4 dBi dish on ONE end achieves "100%" uptime in 256 QAM Dual mode with .05 mins of outtage/yr (seven 9s) with 7.86 dB fade margin.

It's much the same with the Spectra Lite, but max aggregate is capped at 148.82 Mbps and max in either direction at 116.99.

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Primaverity, LLC

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