----hello, how good is this card, for wisp used, and long links connections?
NL2511+ (SENAO)Great cards and very reliable.
As far as distance... To many variables in that one to answer.
Keep in mind that for power there are other cards available.
The three 2.4GHz cards that get my vote (depending upon application) are:
We imported a sizable batch of RIC/522s from MikroTik via Ireland; We couldn't be happier with them unless we could relabel them (that would be a little crooked) and sell them as Orthogons (that would be even more crooked .what if i want o use it in a WDS nodes as the link interface 5.8G and 15dbi omni antenna , distance about 3-4Km ?? with its 65mW would the link be reliable ??
and if used for clients connection at the wds node (rb532) 2.4G with a 15dbi omni antenna , how long the relible distance will be ???
its 65mW !!!!!!!!!! isnt tooooo low ??????
HOW much distance can a 15DBI omni go with a Sr2, and on the other end a 24dbi grid or yagi with 200+++ Mw of output power ????? hasent anybody tried this configuration or something close to it. This is almost an impossible question ????Hi Samsoft08:
Sorry, I missed your post!!
for 2.3Ghz antenna; I installed alreay one from:www.stelladoradus.com
Hint1:Don't ever use amplifier, we reached 16km "12Mbps udb and around 10Mbps TCP with R52 and it is only 65mwatt...no need of "kajilion of watts".
Hint2:Always use sonooper "comes with M.T O.S" and go away from used channels.
I advice you much to surch this forum, you will find nearly every think you need to ask about.
Thats good to hear, and very impressive. I cant wait to see how far my setup can travel, with any luck it will be good as yours (LOS of course). thanks tgrand!I have a scenario that fits that and the link is 9.9Miles.
98%ccq snr 25db using 2.4-10MHz channel and actually the omni is a 9dbwith downtilt.
This is over mostly open fields however.
With your "crazy of kajilion of watts " I dought you can get any "kbps"..
but!!! if you think different you might reach what you want.
Hint1, instead of 20 or 10Mhz channel use 5Mhz "lower the noise you receive"
Hint2, instead of standard antenna polarization, use new one!! like circular polarized antenna!!
Hint3, use non-standard 2.4 and 5.0 channels
Hint4, use new 2.3 frequency "if it is allowed in your Country"
Hint5, Hint6 and Hint7 "Try and error"
Good Luck and I'll wait for your installation news!!
Were they these ones ? :We imported a sizable batch of RIC/522s from MikroTik via Ireland; We couldn't be happier with them unless we could relabel them (that would be a little crooked) and sell them as Orthogons (that would be even more crooked ..........