And just remember you can get Ubiquity 900 Mhz links for about same money , uses same antennas as you use for your STL 950 link .
A duplexer is needed if you use your STL TX, RX equipment. Mine passes about 14 mhz down, 4 mhz up with 2 PR 950 antennas , 9003 STL system thru antenna.
Hop is about 3 miles.
Don Parker CE at WLJN/WLJW Traverse City
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Same here, but I use this vendor:
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How long is your hop? I have been using UBNT Nanobridges (all-in-one dish/radio) and similar for 5+ mile clear path network hops with very good reliability. Having the radio on the ground does make sense but
the coax loss at 5.8ghz may be an issue.
I typically order this stuff from Flytec Computers. Mostly because they are in FL and I usually get stuff in 2 days UPS ground but they are very knowledgeable about the products they sell and have saved me
from ordering incompatible devices on more than one occasion. IE, antenna ordered had a goofy reverse TNC connector and the radio ordered had a Type-N...
On Wed, May 31, 2017 at 12:51 PM, Willie Barnett <email@example.com> wrote:
Digging up an old thread... ;) We're once again looking into this system.
I like the idea of keeping the RF system where it's easily maintained! Are these the right parts?