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dynadish 6

Tue Jan 26, 2021 9:50 pm

I am looking for some feedback on the dynadish 6. Real world experience. I am setting up a new marina and was looking at these for back hauls. cabled back hauls is not a good option at this site.
I am looking for real world distances and was really wondering how they perform in the rain.
 
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Re: dynadish 6

Wed Jan 27, 2021 2:58 am

I am looking for some feedback on the dynadish 6. Real world experience. I am setting up a new marina and was looking at these for back hauls. cabled back hauls is not a good option at this site.
I am looking for real world distances and was really wondering how they perform in the rain.
I may be wrong here - but I think the DynaDish 6 can only do 40-MHZ ( a/n Ce ) channels - not 80-MHz wide (a/n/ac Ceee ) channels - or do 160-MHz wide channels (such as in Wi-Fi 6 ) or the use all of the new FCC frequencies which is pretty much most/all of the 6-GHz frequencies.
Still, they are good if you want 40-GHz wide channels used for your back-hauls

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Re: dynadish 6

Wed Jan 27, 2021 8:13 am

What distances you need to link together?
 
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Re: dynadish 6

Wed Jan 27, 2021 5:50 pm

What distances you need to link together?
I have many backhaul links mostly using 5-GHz and some using 6 GHz Mikrotiks configured as WDS APs and WDS clients. These Mikrotik WDS links pass my 802.1q Trunk (Vlans).

Here is a brief sample of some of my better Mikrotik WDS links:

5-GHz 802.11 14-km N/AC Ceee 2x2 Tx-and-Rx-Rates: 780Mbps Signal-Strength -45/-450MHz/2S/SGI
6-GHz 802.11 10-km A/N Ce 2x2 Tx-and-Rx-Rates: 300Mbps Signal-Strength -50
Note , I am using RF-Elements antennas on both sides of my Mikrotik WDS links.
 
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Re: dynadish 6

Thu Jan 28, 2021 11:05 pm

What distances you need to link together?
1500 feet at max, it is a marina, I have another nearby. It is heavily congested area. I only use 40 mhz for the back hauls any way, clients are all limited to 10 megs. I block streaming on weekends. They did not want to pay for wired system and power was a issue at many proposed locations so I have to go with wireless back hauls. It is looking like fcc is going to open those frequencies up. I am looking at the 60 cube also.

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