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[Ham-80211] Re: 23cm transverters for 802.11>

Steve kb9mwr at yahoo.com
Sat Oct 6 06:43:41 UTC 2007

I think that would also be interesting.  I don't think it can hurt to ask. 
However I've emailed Ubiquiti in the past with no response.  (But don't let 
that discourage you, maybe someone else knows a better email contact address 
to use.)

It would seem to me that they might have a potential customer base just out 
side the 1.2 GHz ham space, as the PCS broadband stuff is above our 
allocations.  I'm sure there is a ton of other re-purposed frequency 
allocations in the 1-2 GHz area.

Channels 3-6 are useable in the 900 ham/ISM band, with 4&5 at full boar.

I wonder how far the SR9 can swing in frequency.  I know the XR3 is fully 
compatible with the publicly available Atheros Linux MADWIFI driver.  I'm 
not sure if the SR9 is.  But if there is a way to enable the SR9 to address 
additional channels.  For example: Channel 1 would have a low freq of 922 
MHz and a high of 942 MHz..  Channel 11 would have a low of 872 and high of 
892 MHz.  If you can address unconventional channels using a MikroTik driver 
or the alike you might be able to get pretty close to 1 GHz, assuming the 
board is capable.

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