I have 3 points X, Y and Z. Y is the cental point equiped with one bridge 340 and 12dbi omni antenna, the others sites have one bridge 340 and Yagi 13.5 dbi antennas each of them. They are configured with 11 Mbps speed. From X to Y is 1,8 kms and Y to Z is 2,7 Kms. There is a mast in both X & Y and they can see each other, also Y & Z can see each other. I did a link test from Y to X and I can see 60% of signal strength and 70 % of Quality.
I did a link test from Y to Z and I can see 20% of signal strength and 50 % of Quality.
What I can do for to get better level in radio signal?
What is the relation between Strength & Quality of signal?
Is more important Strength than Quality of signal ?
Could I get 80% of signal strength and 80 % of Quality with this antennas and distance?.
If you are using that 50' cable at each site you will get 1 to 2Mbps on the longer link and 5.5Mbps on the shorter link. If you are not getting reliable links at those data rates you may have another prolem, like wrong polarization, a bad connector or poor line of sight.
If those data rates are not fast enough, you need to do one of the following:
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