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K3user

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Wireless link
« on: 2010-04-26, 06:44:29 »
Hi

Would like to know if any one has considered using a wireless link to access this new toy.
For short distances it would eliminate the need for an ADSL connection.

Any suggestions for gear to use?

73 Ron
« Last Edit: 2010-04-26, 07:17:17 by K3user »

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Re: Wireless link
« Reply #1 on: 2010-04-26, 20:56:51 »
Hi

Yes It's no problem to use WLAN-links. I use a couple myself. I always recomend Ubiquiti www.ubnt.com
look for Powerstation 5 it handles jumps of 50km on 5 GHz and are extremly reliable. I haven't tried 50 km but I have used a 16 km link för years with 30 dB margin.

73 de mike

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Re: Wireless link
« Reply #2 on: 2010-06-21, 00:02:37 »
Aside from a pair of PowerStation 5 units, the radios, and the Remote Rig controllers, is any additional hardware required to make this work?

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Re: Wireless link
« Reply #3 on: 2010-06-21, 07:39:52 »
Hi

Maybe an ethernet switch or two and some cables.


73 de mike