[MLB-WIRELESS] HVC update
fenn_b at smktech.com.au
Thu Jun 1 17:07:27 EST 2006
Hmmm, this is becoming more and more of a problem.
On this note, does anyone know what the 5.8GHz range is like noise wise?
Also, the restrictions as to what you can/can't do in the 5.8 spectrum (I
seem to remember there are different power limits, and different again for
indoors vs outdoors)?
I have accidently become a distributor for some fairly interesting new WiMax
gear that operates at 5.8Ghz that I should be able to get in comparitively
Some initial details:
Standard: 802.16 - 2004PMP
Frequency Bands: 5.725 - 5.850Ghz
Max Tx Power: 23dBm
Receive Sense: Better than -90dBm at BPSK1/2
Better than -72dBm at 64QAM
Claimed range: 3.2km NLOS, 40km LOS
This could be useful in the 5.8Ghz range (at least for a while) particularly
for Melbwireless backbone links. Any further info/knowledge the use of this
kind of gear in Australia (we're getting planning on getting it fully
complied - it's from an overseas manufacturer) would be interesting.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: melbwireless-bounces at wireless.org.au
> [mailto:melbwireless-bounces at wireless.org.au] On Behalf Of Tim Hogard
> Sent: Thursday, 1 June 2006 4:04 PM
> To: melbwireless at wireless.org.au
> Subject: [MLB-WIRELESS] HVC update
> I put a grid up on HVC today and scanned around for node and
> the only one I found was FUU. I did see a bunch of "Telstra
> CBD" that was all reading 100 out of 100 for signal strength
> in just about any location I looked. That network is getting
> worse and worse.
> The Grid is Horizontal and points due east towards the
> northern radio tower at Mt D.
> I've got that hooked to a minitar in AP mode (and not
> connected to anything else). If any one can see it, let me
> know and I'll work on a more stable link.
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