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gunther_01
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join:2004-03-29
Saybrook, IL

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Needing a legitimate 200Mbps BH radio in 5Ghz? (Bonding Also)

It's a semi loaded question. But what are others using to get this kind of throughput in the unlicensed band currently? 200Mbps upload and maybe 20 download. It doesn't have to be full duplex.

Real (verifiable) solutions please.

(Mod Edit: Added "Bonding Also" to title per OP request. -Jason)
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LLigetfa

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Fort Frances, ON
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Re: Needing a legitimate 200Mbps BH radio in 5Ghz?

Well.. you speak in the present tense and then there's that pesky "verifiable" word.

How far is the shot? How soon do you need it?

Ubiquiti just announced their AF5 but who knows when they will be available.
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gunther_01
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reply to gunther_01

The shot is about a quarter mile(ish) I"m aware of the AF5. That's not a current option, so I don't care about it.
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gunther_01
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Re: Needing a legitimate 200Mbps BH radio in 5Ghz? (maybe bonding also)

Haven't had a lot of luck finding one that isn't $10K plus.

But I have found plenty of reading on bonding wireless links. Is anyone doing that, that may want to share how that works
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LLigetfa

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Ligowave offers bonded pairs but I have no experience with them nor do I know what they cost.

»www.ligowave.com/ligoptp-5-23-unity
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gunther_01
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Re: Needing a legitimate 200Mbps BH radio in 5Ghz?

I have an email off to Caleb about that one. But yes, they do. It's built in to the radios themselves. Some others are doing it with the bonding feature on MT's. It (seems) to work for the ones I have read.

One drawback on Ligo is I don't think it's cert'ed for 5.4 (which I'd like to do this in). The other draw back to bonding is now I need 2 pairs of Rocket Ti's, antennas, a pair of routers to bond it... About $1k total, but if it works, Hum.... And I can do it now, even better.

I will be setting up some testing next week on the bonding in the shop with spare parts. It's either bonding, or an AF24 possibly. But than I still need a back up for rain fade just in case. Which almost makes me include the two extra routers I'd need for the bonding LOL. So I need them anyway.
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wirelessdog

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Queen Anne, MD
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Orthogon



Inssomniak
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Cayuga, ON
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Re: Needing a legitimate 200Mbps BH radio in 5Ghz? (Bonding Also)

Cheap?

Id try a mikrotik 2x2 in 60mhz of space if you can afford the spectrum.
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gunther_01
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Not DFS legal here. Would like 5.4 if possible
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Semaphore
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reply to gunther_01

I'm doing 100Mbps+ easy on 40Mhz channels and 2x2 at up to 12km with MT.

»Airmax VS NV2 for backhaul

If I needed more BW I'd definitely try bonding 4 of them + RF armor shielding.

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DaDawgs
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join:2010-08-02
Deltaville, VA
reply to gunther_01

What about optical? That link would probably be very viable at a gig with a laser if you have clean LOS.


prairiesky

join:2008-12-08
canada
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reply to gunther_01

why does it have to be 5ghz? would the air fiber work for you?"

checkout the waveip wipair 8000 series. It may do the trick. They're claiming 270 mbps net throughput. At that range, it may be doable.