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2 minipci cards on a single board p2p link suggestion needed

Tue Aug 28, 2007 11:44 pm

Hi,

I need advise on setting up two p2p links at 5ghz freq. One link is 32km and the second one is 50km.

The situation is: location A --50km-- location B ----32km--- location C
On all locations I have 1.2 parabolic dishes.
On the 50km link I might have 1.5m parabolic dish need to to check on that. (long story)

The problem that I am facing is that on location B there is frequent power outage and I need to reduce the power consumption of the equipment at that location in order for the equipment to run longer through UPS.

My question is will I be able to achieve the above links with two r52 cards on a single rb532 board at location B
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If not I would appreciate any suggestions on single board with dual cards in order to achieve what I am looking for or maybe dual boards with low power consumption and minipci cards with lower power usage. But I would prefer the single board for better problem solving in case of any problems.

Thank you to everyone for the help.

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Re: 2 minipci cards on a single board p2p link suggestion needed

Thu Aug 30, 2007 3:01 pm

Yes, that will work

however, I would use a battery and charger not a UPS

You can get 24 hours uptime from a 18ah SLA

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Re: 2 minipci cards on a single board p2p link suggestion needed

Fri Aug 31, 2007 3:47 am

400 ah gel cell or AGM battery bank with a 4 amp trickle charger works great for flakey AC power situations. 12 vdc right off the batteries to your board.
 
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Re: 2 minipci cards on a single board p2p link suggestion needed

Thu Sep 06, 2007 3:21 pm

I wire in external large batteries to a UPS. Much simpler than charger and battery. UPS will charge external batteries. Add batteries increase battery size to get necessary run time.

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