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[Ham-80211] WAP54 bridge trouble

Juch Iii, Roy F (Fred Juch) fred.juch at hp.com
Wed Jun 6 14:10:10 UTC 2007


Try setting the link to use 802.11B only. The units may be trying to go
to too high a modulation level for the interference to handle. A working
11 MB link is better than a non working 54 MB link. This would need to
be set on both ends.

Fred N5JXO 

-----Original Message-----
From: ham-80211-bounces at lists.tapr.org
[mailto:ham-80211-bounces at lists.tapr.org] On Behalf Of Larry
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2007 9:03 AM
To: TAPR Mailing List for Ham Radio Use of 802.11
Subject: Re: [Ham-80211] WAP54 bridge trouble

I agree it is probably the leaves, but it seemed strange how it will
down load data for a few minutes than get lost.
then after a period, work for a few minutes again.
I was hoping there were some tweaking I could do to the WAP54 setup.
also there are days it works perfect then maybe the rain or humidity
changes and its gone.
As someone mentioned, it is a very strong link, if there were no trees.
so I wonder if more power or more antenna gain would even help.
my antenna is up about 40 ft. but the neighbors trees are about 80 ft.
I cant afford to go that high as a test.
How can I tell if another station is blocking my signal.
I have tried different channels with little success.
how about even a microwave oven interfering?

I am considering buying an amp, I never used one, what would the group
recommend?

thanks again,
larry





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Joe S. Borovetz wrote:
> The trees are the major problem. I have seen it happen time and again 
> on
> 2.4 wireless LAN links......not using 802.11 but the same applies for 
> wi-fi.
> 
> I have a friend who did links for a major oil company and they 
> confirmed time and again that trees and 2.4 do not mix. The same goes
for 5.8.
> 
> Motorola Canopy which is usually reliable died in the presence of
trees.
> 
> Joe
> 
> 
> 
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