Seven-Mile Link in Arizona: Actual throughput (MAC layer): 300-400Mbps: From small town to tower in remote area: April 2015
- Using B5c with 34dBi dishes on both sides
- A lot of interference from operator’s own APs on one towers (12 APs on remote tower, 4 on the small-town tower).
- Using 20-40MHz DFS channels
- Not using RFArmor
- This is an actual, working link
12km Link Example:
- Noise floor: 90.49dBm
- 21km link from a building in the city, out to a suburban or rural location, with one hill or small mountain in the path, but this is not high enough to be in the frenzel zone.
- To make this 21km link, customer will need B5c with 34dBi dual polarity dish (2FT) on each end. B5 with its 25dBi antenna gain is not sufficient.
- Throughput at MAC layer: 200Mbps. For higher throughput, you would need RFArmor.