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omarraza
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which of this has good signal and quality?

Sat Sep 07, 2019 6:30 pm

Hello...
I tried to set up Point to Point(PTP) between two device, I can't understand which signal is good from below picture I selected which is inside the box I mean (Signal to Noise and CCQ), Now signal to noise is 62db and CCQ 80-90 but when I turn the AP to another direction the "signal to noise" is decreased to 45db I think It's very good because for winter weather or wind... but the CCQ also decrease but now signal to noise is 62db maybe via bad weather sometimes like wind make signal more than 62db which it later you cannot connect it, please give me some information about which is more important I must focus on it when I set up the devices. from below picture contains much information which is I must focus on?
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Re: which of this has good signal and quality?

Sat Sep 07, 2019 6:37 pm

What devices you Are using?
Only one chain?
 
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Re: which of this has good signal and quality?

Sat Sep 07, 2019 8:15 pm

What devices you Are using?
Only one chain?
AP (Mikrotik SXT5) and receiver Nanostation5.
 
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Re: which of this has good signal and quality?

Sat Sep 07, 2019 11:47 pm

The same principle holds for all of shown numbers: the larger the better. Note that some values are negative (e.g. Signal Strength) ... for example -59 dBm is larger than -73 dBm.
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Re: which of this has good signal and quality?

Sun Sep 08, 2019 1:05 am

The same principle holds for all of shown numbers: the larger the better. Note that some values are negative (e.g. Signal Strength) ... for example -59 dBm is larger than -73 dBm.
Thanks, from your post for example signal to noise the value of it if the high value, for example, 70db is very good than 62db, If I'm not wrong?
 
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Re: which of this has good signal and quality?

Sun Sep 08, 2019 12:53 pm

The same principle holds for all of shown numbers: the larger the better. Note that some values are negative (e.g. Signal Strength) ... for example -59 dBm is larger than -73 dBm.
Thanks, from your post for example signal to noise the value of it if the high value, for example, 70db is very good than 62db, If I'm not wrong?

You're right.
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Re: which of this has good signal and quality?

Sun Sep 08, 2019 2:25 pm

Many thanks for yours.

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