[Battlemesh] recommendations for 40Km Link
laurent at guerby.net
Mon Jun 17 10:02:23 CEST 2013
On Sun, 2013-06-16 at 21:05 -0700, Mitar wrote:
> I think you should also talk with Musti (CCed) who will know more about
> current configuration of those links.
> We have various locations of links. Mostly we put things on hills, but
> you still have then cities around and you still have other antennas
> around on the hills, making noise.
In a noisy environment did someone try to put an horizontal wire fence
below the dish to try to isolate it from ground level interference ?
We operate a 5.5 GHz network in the city of Toulouse, France (700k
people) and up to now we've had no issue with interference, noise levels
reported by ubnt gear are pretty good so far (whatever they mean).
> > On 06/16/2013 11:32 PM, Mitar wrote:
> >> Hi!
> >> Possible links of interest to you:
> >> https://wlan-si.net/en/blog/2011/07/29/41-km-long-wireless-link-slatina-urban/
> >> https://wlan-si.net/en/blog/2012/10/10/we-are-internationally-wireless/
> >> http://grow.wlan-si.net/wiki/Dogodki/2011/07/WirelessLinkTestingDay
> > Mitar thanks a lot. The third link had very interesting data.
> > So maybe for our project, 30db antennas would suffice for now... they
> > are much cheaper and should be easier to aim.
> > According to what I see on the map your test sites were areas with low
> > population, right?
> > We will have one end of the link in a densely populated city, and thus
> > more noise.
> > thanks again for the info!
> > Nico
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