We stopped putting more than 1 radio card in the same box quite a while back. Even when the cards are on widely separated bands, there seems to be some mutual noise generation....

Our stuff all goes in grounded, metal enclosures now. As a side benefit, our level of static induced failures has dropped quite a bit as well...

Rick Smith wrote:

I'll give you the time tested answer to that question.

It depends.

:)

I've got 3 AP's up now, starting to have SOME luck, mostly LOS, a couple
NLOS here but no "leaf" experience yet as the trees are naked...

On one NLOS shot in town, around corner 3/4 mile away, I can transfer
18mbps through the mikrotik bandwidth tester...

I'm finding a lot of trouble installing 2.4 AND 900mhz in the same
boxes as repeaters...I think due to the fact that the SR9 card is just
up/down converted 2.4...  Separate boxes work great, same enclosure it
sucks.

R
-----Original Message-----
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Matt
Sent: Thursday, February 08, 2007 2:21 PM
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Subject: Re: [WISPA] Indoor CPE for 900 mhz microtik

We have been a waverider shop for a couple of years but have recently installed a microtik 900 mhz AP and was wondering what is available for INDOOR CPE

No answer for you there but was just wandering how the Mikrotik 900 AP was
working?  Been using Canopy 900 due to its interference rejection, frequency
reuse and easy integrated install.  Have just wandered how much more
throughput Mikrotik can do and what kind of range?

Matt
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