As is well known, nowadays there are large internet consumptions in several regions, as well as different needs that can be mitigated with a good bandwidth. On this occasion a foreign company that was looking for the abandonment of the latency of its satellite internet decided through an integrator to consolidate its telecommunications with applications in IOT, CCTV, and VOIP but with a minimum consumption of 500 megabytes. However, this company is more than 49.7mi away from any urban settlement from which to take all basic services, so it was decided to install a mimosa B5C radio and NPTR3 37 dBi Netpoint antennas to face the challenges of distance and losses.
Due to the high noise level where the Access Point was installed, we obtained the following results with the 90° polarisation:
Radiography of the spectrum in the area to be bonded
To mitigate these levels they decided to proceed with the installation of the ARNP3 to mitigate the interference since in both points of the installation as well as in other surrounding areas there was a large presence of antennas from external providers to the ones they have, which is why they sought to make an even more directive antenna. Another of the factors that make us have better results are the alignment as in these links it becomes more complicated to find the signal as some radios do not have instantaneous synchrony or as you can say have latency of milliseconds to hook up so we used as recommended by the installer the Ubiquiti Rocket M5 radio to perform this type of targeting and find the central lobe of the NPTR3 antenna.
Used positions of the Slant on the NPTR3 antenna
NetPoint NP3 armouring now NPTR3
-Best modulation with 2 40 Mhz channels
- Stable speeds up to 379 Mbps
- Best PHY Tx/Rx stability (Mbps): up to 720/720
- Throughput up to 320 Mbps
- Higher dBm gain
- Positive SNR levels
Conclusions: The selected equipment is of high quality as well as offering the full dBi so we will continue to use NetPoint as the main passive equipment for BackHaul.