Is this means that , if I connect a reflector grid 24dBi (directional) antenna to both ends (distance approx. 12 km) I will be able to establish a point to point wireless link as I can do with Cisco 1300 and 1400 serie APs ?
I have used the 1232 as a bridge but only over 1-2km using yagi antenna and the link works perfect. I am currently designing several WLAN's & bridge links using the 1232 dual radios - A for backhaul and G for local clients.
I live in the UK so amplifiers are illegal, max transmit power in these parts is 50MW for 1200 AP's and 1310 bridges. For such a solution I would either use Yagis or dish antenna depending on the range required. If you want part numbers there'll be a consultancy fee : ) but you can always check Cisco's web site. Don't forget to use low-loss antenna cables!
Now here what exactly I need. If you know that please give me vendor(s) name and models of antennas that will support distances from 10 to 30 KMs with AP I wrote, and also cable of which brand and what type of cable I will need for that.
Again I stress I can only go by what I'd install in the UK so it may not be applicable wherever you are! Also, I always try and avoid mixing vendors equipment if at all possible so I would use either one of two Cisco antenna, I've also listed antenna cables, use the shortest you can:
AIR-ANT1949 Yagi mast mount 2MB at 29.49 km.
AIR-ANT3338 Solid Dish 2MB at 42.62 km.
AIR-CAB020LL-R 6m antenna cable 1.3db loss
AIR-CAB050LL-R 15m antenna cable 3.4db loss
AIR-CAB100ULL-R 30m antenna cable 4.4db loss
Ranges and throughputs are Cisco's, you may find the biggest problem is clear line of sight over that sort of distance.
For more information check the antenna guide here:
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