Signaless in Seattle

Re:Signaless in Seattle
2017-04-16 04:46:20

simplegreen wrote

Didn't seem to make a difference left or right in terms of range and since it's only a 2.4ghz band the port didn't seem to matter.


Right, but keep in mind that 802.11n mode uses MIMO, which lets the device use space-time coding to improve quality and reduce bit error rate, but it needs two identical antennas in a well defined distance to each other (7 cm for the EAP110-Outdoor). Maybe you could get a more stable connection using the included antennas, but this is just a guess (worth a try?).

Anyway, 300 meters is a challenge for end-user devices (laptops/tablets/smartphones), not so much for the EAP110-Outdoor, so I'm glad it works for you!
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Re:Signaless in Seattle
2017-10-28 20:20:23
TP links Omni-directional antenna work very well, I own a 2412D and I get coverage up to .5 mile.
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Re:Signaless in Seattle
2018-07-26 12:30:03
I currently have it connected with a 26' cable so nothing crazy if you have the 12dbi even with 6' cable at 5 miles I should be rocking at 15dbi and 26'. Can you detail out your setup and settings maybe I can replicate that? I appreciate the other replies as well but really I just need connectivity to a phone out about 1/4 of a mile max. I really don't have a location to setup transmitters and receivers.
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