It's all written in the post...Inox, which type of antenna+cables do you use in your setup ?
It seems your signals are considerably better.
In fact is 40Mhz (20+20). The better you get is 75 mega with 25 cpes and 80 Mhz (40V+40H) ?
Specs say : 4 connectors N per external antenna, so I'm pretty sure is not just one polarity.There are much more efficients wimax system which can deliver real 130 Mbps to 250 cpes with qos (internet, tv and landline independ flows) using only 4 x 10 Mhz and 1 polarity V or H, and it is not cambium pmp450 and is cheaper than epmp1000, have a look at Albentia
Your screenshot shows layer1 modulation speed of 300 Mbps.. this is if you use 40 MHz channel wide, two polarization, so: 40V+40H..In fact is 40Mhz (20+20)
That's right: you have freedom to configure the AP as per your needs. The best for WISP is the 4 N connectors to 4 panels pointing to the same direction or a 1:4 mixer and one panel to the same direction, then the 4 10 mhz radios are using the same polarity. Find 4 10 mhz holes in the spectrum and let the magic start..Specs say : 4 connectors N per external antenna, so I'm pretty sure is not just one polarity.
Can you please export your AP and one Client WLAN configuration here?I have 24 wireless clients and over 50 conected with cable on one mANTBox 19s with speed between 60-75mbps, protocol nstreme.
I just got two mANTBox 19s to connect to 8 clients (4 on one and 4 on the other)viewtopic.php?f=7&t=121104
Upgrade your base station radio and antenna, it's cheap considering the clients number. Always use the best radio and antenna. I used only netmetal+19dbi sector or now is best to use mANTBox 19s.
I have 24 wireless clients and over 50 conected with cable on one mANTBox 19s with speed between 60-75mbps, protocol nstreme.