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WHT

join:2010-03-26
Rosston, TX
kudos:5
reply to SipSizzurp

Re: UBNT M900 bridge

said by SipSizzurp:

No, as far as I know they have completely given up, and the GPS stuff is no longer being sold.

The Rocket M5 GPS is active and the new Titanium M5 (though it has a few problems still). It was the Rocket M2 that was never sold.

SipSizzurp
Fo' Shizzle
Premium
join:2005-12-28
Houston, TX
kudos:4

Looks like you are right. »www.streakwave.com/product-ubiquiti.asp

Is this stuff actually "stocked" and available, or just vapor ware ? I don't see much about it on the UBNT forum.



WHT

join:2010-03-26
Rosston, TX
kudos:5

discussions are quite active on both products in the you be in UBNT forum, the a major bug has been found on the Titaniums.


jim_p_price7

join:2005-10-28
Henryetta, OK
reply to wirelessdog

Nothing secretive. Figured if someone would PM me for info they'd likely be serious about the answer. Don't wish to get into any arguments (as in "that would be the placebo effect" kind of coment)


wirelessdog

join:2008-07-15
Queen Anne, MD
kudos:1
reply to DaDawgs

I think anyone would be serious about the answer if it is legitimate. If you come here talking about voodoo magic in firmware it kind of reminds me about the company selling circular polarized antennas as the end-all for non-line of site.


Newbie

join:2011-04-18

Why is it so hard to believe a firmware update made the equipment more resilient to noise?

Lord knows everyone that has used UBNT 900 gear realizes that it works like garbage with any noise in the area, not hard to improve on that Nobody mentioned Vodoo magic that will blast through more trees, just that things are improving with the newest betas, thats it.

Also I'll delete the links above, I wasnt thinking and forgot about the beta rules. (What happens in beta, stays in beta)


wirelessdog

join:2008-07-15
Queen Anne, MD
kudos:1

said by Newbie:

Why is it so hard to believe a firmware update made the equipment more resilient to noise?

Lord knows everyone that has used UBNT 900 gear realizes that it works like garbage with any noise in the area, not hard to improve on that Nobody mentioned Vodoo magic that will blast through more trees, just that things are improving with the newest betas, thats it.

Also I'll delete the links above, I wasnt thinking and forgot about the beta rules. (What happens in beta, stays in beta)

The posts to which you linked absolutely claimed better tree penetration and fixes to "hidden node" issues.

LLigetfa

join:2006-05-15
Fort Frances, ON
kudos:1
reply to WHT

said by WHT:

said by LLigetfa:

I have a regular (not 1337) account at UBNT

*I* have a 1337 account! MuWahahhah..

Your account # today is 1332 so it must have changed.

»forum.ubnt.com/member.php?u=1332

1337 is Daglin.
--
Strange as it seems, no amount of learning can cure stupidity, and formal education positively fortifies it. -- Stephen Vizinczey

jim_p_price7

join:2005-10-28
Henryetta, OK
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reply to wirelessdog

said by wirelessdog:

I think anyone would be serious about the answer if it is legitimate. If you come here talking about voodoo magic in firmware it kind of reminds me about the company selling circular polarized antennas as the end-all for non-line of site.

5.5.4 Has an alternative rate modulation scheme. It's definitely helping a couple of my subs with fresnel issues. Rates tend to stick better instead of bouncing around all over the place. Normally I'd deal with that by fixing a rate. The alternative rate still allows the rates to shift down when necessary, but holds them steadier overall.