Ti sector vs normal

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Ti sector vs normal

Fri Aug 15, 2014 5:53 pm

Sirhc, if you guys have run up tests in a chamber then I'm hoping you have an answer based on results, as opposed to all the opinions ( all positive ) from your customers. I would like an opinion on performance of the 5G-19-120 vs the v5g-ti. If they were both equiped with armor, any difference? The same question applies to the AC Rocket dish and 5g30 - even though it's a 1dB quoted difference. The return loss in the spec sheets seem to be the major difference I can see. Thanks

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Re: Ti sector vs normal

Fri Aug 15, 2014 5:56 pm

Sorry, I've only just seen viewtopic.php?f=5&t=158&p=369#p369. Any opinion on the dishes? Thanks

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Re: Ti sector vs normal

Fri Aug 15, 2014 8:20 pm

The forward gain on both sectors is the same.
And when you put shield kits on both they are about equal in noise attenuation.

HOWEVER, when you put a shield kit on the legacy sector the kit cleans up the 6 dB loss at the widest part of the sector horizontal beam to about 3dB loss MAJOR INPROVEMENT.
On the Ti sectors the kits do not improve the 6 dB drop off at all.
So in conclusion why pay the extra money for a Ti sector unless you need 60 degree beam which I never use.

On the Rocket Dish with RF Armor Kit verses AC Rocket Dish without a kit.
Forward gain performance all but the same.
Ability to block noise shooting across the bow very similar.
But the AC Dish has no box around the radio.....FAIL! :tounge:
Once again you pay about the same for either configuration, I prefer the legacy dish with kit because it is a complete solution. :hurray:
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Re: Ti sector vs normal

Sat Aug 16, 2014 12:31 am

Ken Awesome! Almost all the answers I needed, just need someone to explain routing, network design, licensing law requirements, customer contracts......but at least I can decide on hardware. :)

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