Multi-point bridging advice (CPE510): How many units?

Multi-point bridging advice (CPE510): How many units?
Multi-point bridging advice (CPE510): How many units?
2016-02-27 23:43:41
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We are considering purchasing the CPE510 for multi-point bridging.
We need some advice. We currently have three buildings and we want to connect them: the main building (internet) plus two satellite buildings (remotes). We want to bridge the remotes to the main building. The two remote buildings are close together and are roughly 300 ft (100m) from the main building - forming a triangle. Based on the math, one CPE510 horizontal angle (65 deg) mounted at the main building can cover both remote buildings.

Q: How many CPE510's should we use? Three or four?
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Re:Multi-point bridging advice (CPE510): How many units?
2016-02-28 15:38:37
Distance from the 2 satellite buildings to main?
And check if they sale WBS510 plus sector antenna
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Re:Multi-point bridging advice (CPE510): How many units?
2016-02-28 23:01:49
This is similar to my application, I'm using (3 CPE510's)
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Re:Multi-point bridging advice (CPE510): How many units?
2016-02-29 13:38:09
The main question is coverage area so if you are sure in the deployed triangle other two CPE510s are under coverage 3 units are enough.
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