802.11N used as a Bridge -- What antenna spacing for Yagis?

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Jul 9th, 2009

We want to do a 1km P2P Bridge using 1252 APs and 3 Yagi antennas.

Q: Can I stack the Yagis vertically on a single pole, or should they be side by side horizontally on 3 separate poles?

Q: What antenna spacing? I was going to use only about 3 wavelengths -- about 15 inches.



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scottmac Thu, 07/09/2009 - 10:24

Yes you can, and, It looks good to me, three lambda should be good at the normal power levels.

Good Luck

Robert.N.Barrett_2 Thu, 07/09/2009 - 13:17

Just keep in mind that bridging 1252's is not officially supported by Cisco (see link below when I asked).

You should also verify that you can use Yagi's on a 1252. The last time I checked, Cisco did list any Yagi's for the 1252 (which, from an FCC perspecive, I think means you can't use ANY Yagi antenna with a 1252).




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