I think this is one of those weird things....
I have a stack of outdoor YDI's that I replaced with outdoor RF-Linx
units. The RF-Linx units dropped my noise level by 5 db or better at
This swap was done in the spring of 2004. I still have a few of the
YDI's left.... I ought to put them up for sale.... The YDI's are all
2001 or so vintage.
As they say, your mileage may vary....
Matt Larsen - Lists wrote:
Thought I'd share a bit of real world experience with the listers
We recently replaced three RF Linx amplifiers (indoor, 2.4Ghz, the
non-tunable units) with three used YDI (Breezecom labeled)
amplifiers. The difference was significant. Signal strength on
customer radios increased by about 3db and the noise floor dropped by
another 3 to 5db. Performance on those access points also improved
considerably, and several previously marginal connections got a lot
better. One sight is even showing -72 signal from a Tranzeo 80-15 at
FWIW, these RF Linx amps are an older model (vintage winter 2002).
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