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SXT questions

Tue Feb 05, 2013 4:53 am

Hi all.

I just purchased a few new SXT g-5hnd units for testing. I thought all of the new SXT products were going to have a ground screw instead of the loop? Is this old stock or am I missing something?

Also, I am looking at a project that has 3 out buildings that I need to install 3 IP cameras in each. Distance is really short at .04km would you use SXT's or build up a radio into something like an IT Elite enclosure. I have some concerns on water / ice issues with the SXT's still.

Also, anyone have any opinions on using the Omnitik as the AP or would you go ptp to maximize thruput?

I was thinking of ptp links with a 2011 on the roof and then run fiber down to the video recorder

I did some testing today and was able to push two SXT's into an omnitik at about 30mb per sxt. omni had about 70mb of data on it. I had a 750g at each point to use as the bandwidth test tool. I assume I could get about 15 to 20mb with 3 SXT's on the omnitik.
 
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Re: SXT questions

Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:21 am

I have tested about 100 SXT's in cold Norwegian winters, and quite rainy climate, about 1,5 years, and I have still not any SXT that have broke in field.
 
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Re: SXT questions

Sun Feb 24, 2013 5:19 pm

And we have tested around 100 in the UK and have had around 10% fail rate due to water ingress - only the ones we silicone extensively survived. In my view, (we have around 2,000 Mikrotik radios in the field) use a different solution: Maybe the OmniTIK as distances are not that great, or a 5ghz external radiu from Engenius or UBNT as they are so much better made.
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Re: SXT questions

Sun Feb 24, 2013 5:36 pm

We have around 800 SXT installed, no problem with rain.
 
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Re: SXT questions

Mon Feb 25, 2013 9:14 pm

Server8 - what's your location / climate?
 
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Re: SXT questions

Fri Mar 08, 2013 1:10 am

SXT works well, but has 16 dBi antenna only. For mentioned 0,4km it's definately ok. For longer distances I propose to consider http://www.wireless-instruments.com/pl/ ... -20hv.html + RB711G-5HnD.
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Re: SXT questions

Fri Mar 08, 2013 11:18 am

What about a 750UP powering three SXTs instead of the omni? The SXT to SXT links at that distance should be right around 54 mb. Three of them will not saturate a fast ethernet link from the roof to the equipment in your building.

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Re: SXT questions

Fri Mar 08, 2013 4:46 pm

I will be deploying SXT onto a dish antenna but have plans to seal (allowing a small vent hole) and have short Ethernet fly-lead from the SXT to a IP65 box and connect to down lead there, water ingress is a major consideration.
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