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« on: July 05, 2009, 06:35:00 am »

Hello,

I have to cover an entire village with a total area of 4.2 km2

At the center of the village, there is a tower of 64 feet on which we will install a Picostation2HP as Gateway

At each end of the village, we enable NanoStation2 as Acces Point to return the signal to the central gateway

Is this solution can meet the needs of the village?

If not? Why?

Helene Gauthier
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« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2009, 12:54:10 pm »

Hello,

I have to cover an entire village with a total area of 4.2 km2

At the center of the village, there is a tower of 64 feet on which we will install a Picostation2HP as Gateway

At each end of the village, we enable NanoStation2 as Acces Point to return the signal to the central gateway

Is this solution can meet the needs of the village?

If not? Why?

Helene Gauthier

Are gonna use Mesh, right?

Assuming that there is LOS in each case, there shouldn't be a problem with the NS2 to reach the PicoStation2HP. But care must be taken to avoid Hidden Node problems.

The problem with predicting, if it's gonna work or not, is that in each scenario other factors (like trees, weather, etc) can destroy the theory of the feasibility of the link Smiley


               Saludos, Julio
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