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  Topic: 1660+ foot wifi link signal strength question. 2xwrt54g
blubaustin

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PostForum: Hardware DIY / Hardware Mods   Posted: Thu Jun 30, 2016 16:16   Subject: Ok
Ya I've looked at the ubiquiti stuff before its just I had two wrts on had so I set it up with two directional antennas. I think I may order some 160NL's for kicks. But, changing the beacon interval t ...
  Topic: 1660+ foot wifi link signal strength question. 2xwrt54g
blubaustin

Replies: 9
Views: 6562

PostForum: Hardware DIY / Hardware Mods   Posted: Thu Jun 30, 2016 13:20   Subject: non-standard channel
Should I try a non-standard channel like 13 or 14? And does the 160NL's support "Super channel"? And ya thanks I've gotten the signal strength up to 62,and I'm about to play with the txpower ...
  Topic: 1660+ foot wifi link signal strength question. 2xwrt54g
blubaustin

Replies: 9
Views: 6562

PostForum: Hardware DIY / Hardware Mods   Posted: Wed Jun 29, 2016 20:14   Subject: Thank you.
Alright thank you. I guess that means I got some tweaking to do to try and get my wireless signal better. And thank you mrjcd for answering my question about what you got at about the same distance. I ...
  Topic: 1660+ foot wifi link signal strength question. 2xwrt54g
blubaustin

Replies: 9
Views: 6562

PostForum: Hardware DIY / Hardware Mods   Posted: Wed Jun 29, 2016 12:15   Subject: Cables and router
They are both WRT54G routers so the max transmit power is 251mw, the cable type is LMR400 one router has about 22' of LMR400 and the other has 15' of LMR400 to the router. No I was just wondering if t ...
  Topic: 1660+ foot wifi link signal strength question. 2xwrt54g
blubaustin

Replies: 9
Views: 6562

PostForum: Hardware DIY / Hardware Mods   Posted: Tue Jun 28, 2016 20:40   Subject: 1660+ foot wifi link signal strength question. 2xwrt54g
I have a 1660 foot link with two parabolic dish antennas at about 24db gain. I am currently getting 63-70 signal in the ddwrt gui on both ends. My question is is that pretty good or should I be able t ...
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