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Lost carrier

I have problem with my BR350, why sometimes my BR350 lost signal carrier.

Thanks

Thomas

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Re: Lost carrier

Make sure that the antenna is properly alligned. Do an antenna allignment test for finding this

See this for more details:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/wireless/airo_350/350brdgs/brhig/br350apc.htm

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/wireless/aironet/miscell/index.htm

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Re: Lost carrier

Make sure that other potentially interfering devices are clear of the area (wireless phones @ 2.4G seem to be the main culprit).

Keeping the antennas clear of obstruction is another "big deal;" especially water bearing organic objects (like plants, trees, humans ...).

Generally speaking, altitude is your friend ... get the antennas as high as possible. Ceiling mount is a great way to go if you can swing it.

If you are talking predominantly to laptops, try the antennas in a horizontal configuration: most laptop antennas are horizontally polorized.

If your antennas are separated from the radio unit, try a lower-loss cabling and/or try some antennas with more gain.

You may want to verify that the radio unit is configured for max power.

Good Luck

Scott

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