Tony Langdon (ATC)
tlangdon at atctraining.com.au
Thu Nov 4 09:09:11 EST 2004
> Thankyou for pulling me up on my 'loose'
> knowledge of signal polarity
> Good to know someone read my post
> What signal polarity then does Melbourne Wireless use ?
I'm not aware of a "standard", though a lot of nodes with omni coverage use
vertical polarisation, because they use a collinear.
> And the Kiwis running around with their dongles
> in spider skimmers didn't mention polarity
> so then do you consider it an issue at all ?
It's always an issue, just not in the way you mentioned. :-) As long as
both ends of a link are running the same polarisation, that link will be
fine. In high density areas, having some links vertical and some horizontal
can reduce mutual interference and increase available bandwidth.
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