Is anyone else doing this yet?
I've set up six 60G AP's in a 360 degree pattern/coverage every 400m or so.
So far it's just a few of these POPs, but having a hard time keeping things happy without synch of any kind.
Seems like these radios would really be good for this type of hyper local coverage with fiber or other 1Gbps feed or more.
What I've done so far is set up the 60 degree radios centered on headings approximately 30, 90, 150, 210, 270, 330 degrees in a NNE, E, SSE, SSW, W, NNW fashion.
What I would really like to do is be able to geo-synch the radios, especially so I can have back to back config/channels and only use 3 channels per site.
Then also the same three channels on every other site with facing AP's on the same channel and back to back AP's on the same channels, again using only 3 channels area wide.
I think I might be able to do this without GPS synch, but for the fact the AP's back to back see each other at 80-100 percent signal which I'm sure is bad.
Not sure what a workaround solution is yet, but would love to hear any ideas.