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Short range PTP Link with SXT 5 AC best practice

Posted: Fri Jun 26, 2015 7:49 am
by navidrasi
Hi
I am trying to setup 3 short range link (80m~200m) and i want to have highest possible BW ,with a stable link
which protocol do you think i should use ? and how can i optimize the link ?
how much bandwidth should expect in real world medium noise environment ?

i am not an expert in MT wireless so any help is really apricated

Thank you

Re: Short range PTP Link with SXT 5 AC best practice

Posted: Fri Jun 26, 2015 9:33 am
by Naurislv
I am trying to setup 3 short range link (80m~200m) and i want to have highest possible BW ,with a stable link
which protocol do you think i should use ?
First reduce transmit power for each SXT to get -35 to -50 dBm RX signal levels at both sides so signal wouldn't be too strong.

For such short range 802.11 might be best choice, however if there's high noise level (interference) then you should test Nv2.
and how can i optimize the link ?
Default configurations should work best for this setup.

You can use built in Align function :
http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:In ... less#Align
how much bandwidth should expect in real world medium noise environment ?
~600 Mbps UDP traffic but for that you should use similar setup:
http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Bridging_ ... s_with_SXT