Which makes an interesting dilemma: 1 20 MHz channel versus 2 10 MHz
channels, TDD x FDD.
My guess: TDD wil work better for short distances due to ACK timing,
FDD for larger distance will perform better, but this is strongly
traffic pattern dependent.


Rubens



On Fri, Jul 17, 2009 at 7:24 PM, Travis Johnson <t...@ida.net> wrote:
>
> There is only room for a single 20mhz channel using 3.65ghz. About
> 30Mbps is the max you are going to get.
>
> Travis
> Microserv
>
> my_em...@webjogger.net wrote:
> > I was wondering if anyone has setup a Mikrotik Dual Nstreme link using
> > the Ubiquiti XR3 (3.65GHz) cards?
> >
> > I have a PTP link setup currently with these XR3 cards and I'm getting
> > about 21Mbps in each direction with TCP and about 29Mbps with UDP. I was
> > wondering kind of increased performance will I get in any given
> > direction if I add to more radios (and antennas) and switch to Dual Nstreme.
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> >
>
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