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[Ham-80211] Ubiquiti NanoStation

Steve n0fpf at att.net
Sat Jul 12 23:39:41 UTC 2008


Do you know of anyone using them? Any systems up and running?

Thanks!

Steve N0FPF - Seattle


At 04:29 PM 7/12/2008, you wrote:

>Steve wrote:
> > The XR3 is in 3 Ghz... If Ubiquiti will sell hams the 3 Ghz version,
> > then we have a nice clean band... no worries..just fun !
> >
> > Steve N0FPF - Seattle
> >
> >
>Ubiquiti sells only to dealers. Streakwave in San Jose (talk to their
>CEO Carl Moberg) will give a discount for ham volume purchases. There is
>one available from 3300-300 MHz.
>
>73
>
>de WA6NMF
> > At 02:49 PM 7/12/2008, you wrote:
> >
> >
> >> Steve wrote:
> >>
> >>> http://www.qsl.net/kb9mwr/projects/wireless/allocations.html
> >>>
> >>> 802.11a channels 132-184 are in the ham overlap nearest I can determine.
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> Channels 132-140 are totally unshared with UNII and ISM
> >>>
> >> allocations as thats
> >>
> >>> typically a European allocation that happens to overlap our allocation.
> >>>
> >>>
> >> Not anymore - they are part of the new UNII band 5470-5725, which is
> >> limited to the same power as in the 5250-5350 (UNII-2), that's not much,
> >> and they have to have dynamic frequency selection (radar avoidance)
> >> which makes the WISPs not want to use the band for outdoor links.
> >>
> >> 5850-5925 is shared with the Dedicated Short Range Communications
> >> (licensed, but uncoordinated) service but nothing UNII/ISM.
> >>
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