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rado3105
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Alternative to Litebeam AC 23 mimo for 60USD from Mikrotik?

Mon Jan 04, 2016 9:57 pm

Do you plan any alternative? because this is winner of price/power ratio....in AC segment...
 
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Re: Alternative to Litebeam AC 23 mimo for 60USD from Mikrotik?

Mon Jan 04, 2016 11:00 pm

I don't like al the plastic that is used today ....

last year we had a hail storm and some antenna's didn't survive it.

a plastic bracket for a metal antenna wil make it worse ...
 
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Re: Alternative to Litebeam AC 23 mimo for 60USD from Mikrotik?

Tue Jan 05, 2016 12:51 am

it is not intended to use it in harsh locations...
 
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Re: Alternative to Litebeam AC 23 mimo for 60USD from Mikrotik?

Tue Jan 05, 2016 1:51 am

it is not intended to use it in harsh locations...
Then what use is an antenna that is not suitable for harsh type locations, it maybe a winner for riggers who can bill us the call out charge to replace a damaged unit.
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Re: Alternative to Litebeam AC 23 mimo for 60USD from Mikrotik?

Tue Jan 05, 2016 2:49 am

the positive thing about litebeam ac 23 is some wisp cease to install loco m5 improving signal

+1 for metal plate devices like powerbeam 5ac 300

take in mind ptmp currently dont support 80mhz channels
 
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Re: Alternative to Litebeam AC 23 mimo for 60USD from Mikrotik?

Tue Jan 05, 2016 10:57 pm

it is not intended to use it in harsh locations...
the weather in belgium is nothing special .... only once in 3-5 years we have some real bad weather ...

it's actualy verry unsafe to install these thing on high locations, since they can come down ...

for home use it will be a good antenna.

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