Any Idea About Spectrum-DMR-104-1 ?!

Owen DeLong owen at delong.com
Thu Aug 16 15:10:42 CDT 2012


On Aug 16, 2012, at 12:39 , Leo Bicknell <bicknell at ufp.org> wrote:

> In a message written on Thu, Aug 16, 2012 at 11:30:40PM +0430, Shahab Vahabzadeh wrote:
>> Dear Owen,
>> Thanks for your reply, in reply to your factors:
>> 
>> 1. 1~2 Kilometers
>> 2. PTP
>> 3. Directional
>> 4. 29db Dish (single or dual)
> 
> I know someone already pointed you to the product, but that just
> screams like what you want is the Ubiquity airFiber product.  You
> should easily get near the max 1.4Gbps throughput at 1-2km if you
> have clear line of site.  It's "plug and play", in that you should
> have to do very mimimal tuning to get that performance.  Mostly
> making sure the two units are aligned properly.
> 
> I've not gotten a quote myself, but the Internet forums suggest the 
> gear is $3k for a single link (so two units).  Just to do high quality
> 801.11n with dish antennas would probably cost $1k or more.
> 
> The 24Ghz band they use should be worldwide license free (check with
> your country) and also have less interference than the 5Ghz band.
> 

+1 for ubiquity. I've had excellent results with their products though
I have not used the Air Fiber product specifically and haven't
tested any of the long-haul 1Gbps products.


Owen




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