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Re: 120 megabit FD link, no 5.8ghz left
It's not a pain in the ass if you let your distributor do all of the paperwork and filings. If you are doing a small number of links it's worth letting them do everything. If you get to the point where you do a lot of links then it would be worth learning to do everything your self.
+++1 on the SAF stuff. We tried them out when they were pretty much unknown company in North America and I could not be more pleased with their product and support. I did some 8 mile 11Ghz links that have been in the air for 2+ years trouble free.
I would be concerned about a link on a tower that twists.
I do not, have not, and will not work for AT&T/Comcast/Verizon/Charter or similar sized company.
I appreciate all the information, but this idea isn't going to go thru, it was going to be possibly used to shoot a link from a hydro power plant (or near it) back to my main PoP but they can't do it.
Good info to know going forward though.
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