I hope you enjoy yours as much as I have mine.  :D

 


From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Travis Johnson
Sent: Tuesday, April 11, 2006 9:52 PM
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Subject: Re: [WISPA] Best system for a new WISP

 

Chad,

Based on your post, I just purchased a couple 533mhz boards with CM9 cards from Lonnie. :)

Travis
Microserv

Chad Halsted wrote:

Travis,

 

I have a StarOS PTP link using the 533mhz WAR boards that get up to 33Mbps (TCP).  That’s using CM9 atheros cards and 2’ PacWireless Dishes.

 


From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of Travis Johnson
Sent: Tuesday, April 11, 2006 8:28 AM
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Subject: Re: [WISPA] Best system for a new WISP

 

Hi,

Does anyone know actual TCP throughput with StarOS on their 533mhz boards in just a point to point config, using 20mhz of spectrum?

Travis
Microserv

Paul Hendry wrote:

All the details are on the Valemount web site
 
http://www.staros.com/starvx/ 
 
Cheers,
 
P.
 
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Sent: 11 April 2006 09:15
To: wireless@wispa.org
Subject: RE: [WISPA] Best system for a new WISP
 
So... Who makes them?, how much?
 
 
  

Hi Richard,
 
  This cloaking mechanism is the 5MHz and 10MHz channel sizes that
George was referring to on the Star WAR boards. Works really well and even
seems to improve signal quality.
 
Cheers,
 
P.
 
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Sent: 11 April 2006 08:09
To: wireless@wispa.org
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Best system for a new WISP
 
 
 
 
Guys;
These all sound great.  I was reading just a couple months back about a 
WISP
 
operator that had a severe problem.  Just a few yards away, maybe 300 feet,
another guy put up his tower.  I think they were both on 2.4 GHZ, and
someone suggested a different AP that would not even be detected by
conventional systems.  Something about nonstandard bandwidth, channel
spacing or coding.  I really feel that stealth is best here.  These other
guys have been in business for a while and could cause trouble that I do 
not
 
need.
 
Lee
    
Trango does make a good product. I still have 2 Sunstream AP's in use. 
      
They
 
    
are like Timex watches.
 
I'm using Star War boards. A little bit more than the trango s. The 2 
      
card
    
boards in a 5 gig rootenna let me use the 2nd card for an omni.
Speeds are about 20+ megs or so and I cloak down to 5MHz and 10MHz 
      
channel
    
sizes.
 
One of the things I've been doing is slapping up repeaters all over the
place. Cheap as hell, about 400.00 or so.
 
Lately I've ran lmr400 into some of my customers attics and installed an
omni for their home wifi. We tend to service our customers right to the 
      
pc
    
and it's a lot better router than a linksys. And I have happier customers
and I'm happier.
 
The 2 port and the 4 port both have dual ethernet as well.
 
Pretty versatile product. Lonnie has come along way with the new war
platform.
 
 
George
 
 
 
 
 
Travis Johnson wrote:
      
That's on quantity 30.... $149 each. 5.8ghz, dual polarity, up to 3 
        
miles
    
(add $40 for a dish and it goes up to 13 miles) and delivers up to 
        
10Mbps.
 
    
Hard to beat! And with SmartPolling on the AP, you can get hundreds of
customers per sector.
 
Travis
Microserv
 
Rick Smith wrote:
 
        
that's only quantity (large!) pricing isn't it ?
 
Brian Rohrbacher wrote:
 
          
If it's pretty absent of trees you might look at 5.8.  Trango has that
cpe for $150.  Not going to find any propriety gear cheaper.
 
Richard Goodin wrote:
 
            
I have been planning my WISP for about a year, and have yet to begin
delivery of bandwidth to customers. My choice for service delivery 
              
was
    
802.11b, but with increased competition from other services nearby
(about 5 miles away) I am wondering how to avoid problems.  I have a
50' tower, and it is ROHN 45g.  My choice for antennas would be 4 90
degree horizontal antennas.  I have looked at bandwidth and shopped 
              
it
    
to death.  My best price is $400 from Lime Light.  And I've built a
couple of servers, acquired some switches and a router.  The Router 
              
is
    
a Cisco 1750.
 
My questions:
 
What CPE's and AP's would work best in this environment?  I want to
keep interferance to a minimum, as well as control costs.  My
environment includes lots of desert, and single story buildings.
 
Lee
 
 
              
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