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Asking about 1300 Typical Throughput (Mbps)

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Sep 15th, 2005
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I would like to ask about BR1300, Please give an idea. What is the max throughtput can reach when using a pair of BR1300 point to point (2km) with DISH antenna (like FTP up/download rate)?

And what i need to tunning on BR1300 to gain this result?

Many Thanks!

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ulstegner Tue, 11/29/2005 - 12:55
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this is depend on :

1. what location : ETSI/FCC

2. what terrain

3. antenna height

4 my be disruption, (interference)

5. cable loss

Note : the real throughput if you connected with 54 MBit/s is about 24 MBit/s (netto)

regards Ulrich

Hi Ulstenger,

I found that when i placed my 1310 next to each other I got around 22mbps, but when i put them in place ( in buildings next to each other) this has dropped signifcantly. Am now getting approx 12/13 mbps. Is this normal.

Are there any other settings I can optimize? I have done a carrier bust test and set them both on the cahnnel least congested,though the results of this can change every time you ruin this. Also I found there are upto 22 wlans in my area.

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

dsidley Fri, 12/09/2005 - 11:39
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We have a 2mile link with the identical equipment and get 18Mbps...

That includes 802.1x with WPA (TKIP)


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