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Superdust
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5500 - 5700Mhz

Tue Nov 13, 2007 10:11 am

Hello

On some of my equipment i run channals from 5500 - 5700Mhz, but I don`t get these up in the MT configuration.
Why?
 
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Re: 5500 - 5700Mhz

Tue Nov 13, 2007 10:45 am

you have to select wireless mode "regulatory domain", then your "country" and then see what frequencies are allowed in your country.
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Re: 5500 - 5700Mhz

Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:08 am

These frequencies are open in Norway, and we use it on Alvarion etc.
But they don`t appear in MT even with country set to Norway.

Is there any other Countrys I can choose to make them appear?
 
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Re: 5500 - 5700Mhz

Sun Nov 18, 2007 8:27 pm

Hi ,


try Italy for 5.180 to 5.700

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Re: 5500 - 5700Mhz

Mon Nov 19, 2007 10:55 pm

Thank you brasileottanta.
I`ll try it.
 
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Re: 5500 - 5700Mhz

Mon Sep 29, 2014 4:21 am

you have to select wireless mode "regulatory domain", then your "country" and then see what frequencies are allowed in your country.
In the US, frequencies 5500-5580 and 5660-5700 are allowed, but do not show up on a MikroTik on either "no_country_set" or "united states". Is it possible to get this changed?
 
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Re: 5500 - 5700Mhz

Mon Sep 29, 2014 10:58 pm

Those frequencies are allowed IF the device has been certified to comply with the rules and configured correctly and you are not interfering with any licensed user of that spectrum. MikroTik has not had the devices certified. Therefore it is illegal to use MikroTik devices on those frequencies in the United States. If you want to use those frequencies, you have to use another vendor. Get over it.

The FCC can fine you for use of those frequencies with non-certified hardware. The FCC has fined people for use of those frequencies on certified hardware which had been configured to use too much power or run old versions of the firmware which doesn't enforce the DFS avoidance requirements properly. So, thanks to morons who don't follow the rules, the FCC is making the rules more stringent and new hardware will likely end up being more expensive... The FCC, FAA, NOAA, and the US military get very excited when part 15 devices mess up their radar.

You have access to those frequencies if and only if you do not interfere with the primary and secondary licensed users of those frequencies.

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