I would change to either of these antennas :

Part No: SAH24-16-G
Item Description: 16dBi 95Deg HPOL Sector Antenna, N Female Connector, Single Bracket
Price: $209.95

We have several of these deployed and are easily getting 120deg of coverage out of them even though their rated for 95deg. Also - You will see a night and day difference on your current links and may actually bump several of them to 5.5mbps from 1mbps.

Also Brian - You are running 15dBi CPEs at these locations - I've suggested multiple times that you upgrade the CPEs to 19dBi units. Goto the higher gain sectors and then see what you are working with.

If you really wanna give your sectors a kick in the arse - Go with something like this - http://www.teletronics.com/antenna2-422dBidirectional.html
Going with this 22dBi Sector will definitely push most of your links into 5.5mbps.

Contact Roger Peters - [EMAIL PROTECTED] or give him a shout at 210-601-7727. He's got the best pricing on pacwireless antennas and he also sells Teletronics antennas / amps / radios.


On Sun, 2006-02-12 at 13:22 -0500, Brian Rohrbacher wrote:
Here is what I use.

I have three mounted back to back on a pole.  It all worked fine until I 
hit a higher number of subscribers.  Maybe it's the interference from 
too many subs or maybe it's the fact that a majority of my subs are 
locked into 1M air rate, or maybe its because the subs are NLOS, or 
maybe because of the F/B or side to side isolation.  So what is my 
problems?  High pings and timeouts.  Only when traffic is high.  Or 
maybe my 600k upload is maxed out and everything is stacking up.  One 
thing I do know is I hooked up subs I shouldn't have.

I am looking for advice on antennas.  Check out the ones I am using ans 
point me to 3 sectors that will perform good back to back, NLOS, and 
maybe a higher gain to grab a little more signal to get the 1M subs up 
to 11M.

Thanks all.

Brian Rohrbacher
Reliable Internet, LLC
Cell 269-838-8338

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