As part of some upgrades to trunks the company Redcom of Eng. Edgar Ramirez, sought to establish better communication in their distant links to 52 km where internet coverage is compromised because even cellular signals did not reach. The combination of NPX2 antennas and the PTP550E from Cambium Networks was used.
One of the main reasons for using radios like PTP550e was the robustness and accuracy that our link needed as we had a back-up line for a Mimosa branded link with B5C and a NetPoint NP2 antenna. Another feature was also that using a model like NPX was to avoid interference on a link that was practically fine. One of the most important features was to close the lobes so that one antenna does not listen to the other.
B5C and PTP550E
Distance between the two links
We recommend and continue to implement NetPoint in our projects as well as the combination of Cambium Networks for the stability and cost-effectiveness that both brands offer as an added value in excellent robustness.