Not sure about "only", but as with anything, use it according to local law and regulations.Is licensed only on US market...
I'm double checking on max channel width to make sure I have all the facts straight, but given the center ranges they gave, I'm guessing that it would probably be 10mhz.Regarding metal 9 using Advanced Channels with metal you can use channel width
minimum 2.5mhz and steppings 0.5mhz
0 list=one name="ch1" frequency=913.5 width=2.5 band=2ghz-b/g/n
but it will only connect to metal9 because how this product generates frequency.
can anyone else confirm the XR9 or for that matter the SR9 working as an AP with 9HPn clients?I realize I'm replying to an old thread, but I have not seen any more recent discussion of the issue.
I just wanted to say that we have 2 Metal-9HPn CPEs connecting to an RB411AH/XR9 AP, and it works just fine.
This is using NV2 on a 10MHz channel. I have not tried other configurations.
We used 8dbi omni antennas with our rocket 900 units and were lucky to get 8 Mbps. Mikrotik gets a lower noise floor by 12 dB in the same environment, and seemingly over twice the throughput. Ubiquiti changed their rocket m900 antenna gain setting in newer firmware to a drop down list with 13 and 15dB the only options. Our signals were reduced significantly since it is an 8dbi omni at our sites. This combined with the fact that Ubiquiti seems to not care about the 900mhz space led us to migrate.@mducharme how well is the m900 working for you compared to ubiquiti m900 radios? what antennas are you using? I could put these to use if they were decent.
Yeah the m900 performance drops significantly esp with lots of customers. We have 25 customers on one overloaded AP and only getting 3.5Mbps throughput total. Pretty terrible... mikrotik seems much better.I pulled all my ubiquiti 900Mhz gear out, so I'm not needing to integrate with them. m900 radios only passing 1-2Mbps when the math says it should do 12Mbps, and old old canopy gear is doing 6Mbps+. I have a few areas that are heavily treed. I can push m2 gear through but can't get above 1-2Mbps, 900Mhz should be able to do 2-3x that speed based on propagation through trees.