Tnx

Travis Johnson wrote:
> $9,995 for 18ghz with 2ft dishes and 100Mbps key. I think upgrade to 
> 360Mbps key is $1,000 or something like that...
>
> Travis
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> Bob Moldashel wrote:
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>> What is street price on the Trango licensed? 
>>
>>
>> Brad Belton wrote:
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>>> Randy makes a couple points that I concur with.  The Apex fiber weather port
>>> is for the birds (IMO), but we like that Trango opted for a SFP port rather
>>> than forcing you to choose Single-Mode or Multi-Mode at the time of order
>>> like BridgeWave does.   Ethernet weather ports work OK, but again not
>>> optimal as they should have been designed to allow for a larger diameter
>>> outdoor CAT5 cable.
>>>
>>> We haven't used the in-band management option as most if not all our PtP
>>> paths have multiple feeds that allow us out-of-band management access to the
>>> radios.
>>>
>>> Trango GigaLINK reliability has been great.  We have Giga 11GHz serial
>>> numbers 00000001, 00000002, 00000005, 00000007 among other early units in a
>>> variety of frequencies.  All have performed very well.  In the few cases
>>> where we have needed support Trango has been extremely responsive.  
>>>
>>> The Apex units have also (for the most part) been good.  We had an unusual
>>> cable length (within spec) issue with an Apex radio that we couldn't resolve
>>> other than to move the DC injector closer to the radio.  A nice feature of
>>> the Apex is it allows you to use the fiber port on one side and the copper
>>> port on the other side of a path.  This is useful if the cable run length on
>>> one side requires fiber, but the other side doesn't.
>>>
>>> The Apex hitless modulation functionality appears to work well, however with
>>> ATPC and a properly engineered path we rarely if ever see our Apex paths
>>> change modulation.  If you plan to push the RF limits of a path I would feel
>>> comfortable with the Trango Apex hitless modulation working as advertised.
>>>
>>> Luke, I would be happy to spend some time on the phone with you discussing
>>> in greater detail.  I'd like to bend your ear a bit on a couple questions I
>>> have regarding a DragonWave all ODU radio set we recently inherited.  Not
>>> sure if we should just punt it on EBay or possibly deploy it.
>>>
>>> Best,
>>>
>>>
>>> Brad
>>>
>>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: wireless-boun...@wispa.org [mailto:wireless-boun...@wispa.org] On
>>> Behalf Of Randy Cosby
>>> Sent: Thursday, February 11, 2010 5:39 PM
>>> To: lp...@essex1.com; WISPA General List
>>> Subject: Re: [WISPA] 11Ghz BH comparison-
>>>
>>> The one I have up works fine.  There are quirks in the firmware, but no 
>>> show-stoppers.  Inband management is still a work in progress.  Don't 
>>> particularly care for the fiber port cover design, but if you're using 
>>> copper, it's fine (unless you use extra-large / heavy ethernet that may 
>>> not fit).
>>>
>>> Randy
>>>
>>>
>>> On 2/11/2010 4:28 PM, Luke Pack wrote:
>>>   
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>>>> We have quite a few Dragon wave 11Ghz links deployed right now.  We are
>>>> looking at another path of 11Ghz now and have come across the apex
>>>> system by Trango.  We use the Trangolink45s on many links off the
>>>> licensed path currently.  I'm looking for people's "real-world"
>>>> experience with the Trango Apex  system (since they are relatively new)
>>>> and a contrast of this system to the Horizon Compacts from Dragonwave.
>>>> I know their implementation is similar to that of the horizon units
>>>> however, what seems to be the Apex failure rate, software features,
>>>> hitless adaptive modulation success, etc.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks all!
>>>>
>>>>
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