There is nothing wrong with an omni if the users are all around it. You get better signals with a sector but a microcell is the perfect place for an omni. The fact that your current sites can see each other is awesome and you are part way to achieving a Mesh.
Lonnie On 2/4/07, George Rogato <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Mac Dearman wrote: > But George :-) answer my question: > > Are you running G mode on towers with multiple broadcasts? Like a tower with > 3 120* sectors? My Original main tower is 3 sectors of B, too many B clients to swap an AP over and find out at that busy noisy site. Would be the ultimate answer to your question though. I'm slowly moving the clients of to G to do just this. All the other locations are small pops that have either 1 or 2 G ap's and are either fed with A or in some cases G. I have some pops that are cm9 G and 200mw B as ap's and no problem. I do however have many many G omni's that can see/hear each other and work fine. I am not using any cloaking, just straight 20MHz wifi channels. I also understand the concern and opinions of using omni's ;P George -- WISPA Wireless List: firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe/Unsubscribe: http://lists.wispa.org/mailman/listinfo/wireless Archives: http://lists.wispa.org/pipermail/wireless/
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