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nstreme dual problem

Thu Aug 03, 2006 9:52 pm

I am running nstreme dual on two 532 boards with cm9s. According to the docs I should separate TX and RX by 200 Mhz. By default the config uses frequency 5180, so I left TX there, and set RX to 5320. I set both radios (boxes) to this. As soon as I change RX to 5320 the radios lose connectivity, if I set both TX and RX to 5180, everything works fine. I have tried this in a number of combinations, but the bottom line is nstreme will not connect, unless TX and RX on both radios are set to 5180.

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Fri Aug 04, 2006 1:11 pm

ap1 tx same fq as ap2 rx
ap1 rx same fq as ap2 tx

Is that what you have set?
 
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Fri Aug 04, 2006 5:16 pm

Yes, that is what I tried, but at the moment, the only way I can get them to connect is by putting all 4 cards in the two aps on 5180. If I move to any other frequency I lose connection. This is true to even if I change all 4 cards to something like 5780. The second I change them back to 5180, everything works again.
 
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Fri Aug 04, 2006 5:24 pm

Is this in a lab or in the field? If in the field, it may be interefence on the higher channels...

Sure you are using 5.8GHZ antennas, and not 5.3GHZ?

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Fri Aug 04, 2006 5:28 pm

If I am using 5.3, it would have been an error by wisp-router. I am not near them right now, but will verify. I am running in a lab environment, with dual feed horn, 29 db dishes, 50' apart.
 
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Sat Aug 05, 2006 4:50 am

I am running in a lab environment, with dual feed horn, 29 db dishes, 50' apart.

Not pointing at each other I hope :-)


I would start with seeing if you can make a single nstreame work on teh upper channels and go from there

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