Antennas

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KC9OIS
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Antennas

Post by KC9OIS » Tue Dec 03, 2013 6:22 pm

I picked up a pair of 16dBi Yagi WiFi Antenna RP-TNC (Linksys WRT54G WRT54GL DD-WRT Tomato) on eBay for $44 w/free shipping http://www.ebay.com/itm/251012939905?ss ... 1423.l2649.
They should work nice with the enclosure KC9UHI mentioned. I picked up one those too.

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kb9mwr
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Re: Antennas

Post by kb9mwr » Sat Dec 07, 2013 10:09 pm

Here is an inventory of mine from a year ago. I am willing to loan stuff out, as some of this might be right now. Just let me know.

2 - Comtelco Y3347B... 430-450 MHz, 10 dBd
2 - HyperLink HG913Y... 890-960 MHz, 13 dBi (18 dB F/B ratio)
1 - HyperLink HG912YE.. 824-960 MHz, 12 dBi (18 dB F/B ratio)
1 - M2INC, 902-10EZ... 880-930 MHz, 12.6 dBd 10 element (20 dB F/B ratio)
2 - Opek YG-2904... 800-960 MHz, 14 dBi gain, 7 element yagi's
1 - Antenex FG9026 Omni ... 902-928 MHz, 6 dBd
1 - RFS Celwave 1610-4 Omni... 896-960 MHz, 4 dBd
1 - Comet, KP-20 Omni... 900-925 MHz, 9.2 dBi

2 - Comet GP-21 Omni's... 1240-1300 MHz, 14.9 dBi

1 - ?(on the tower) 2.4 GHz Omni, 12 dBi
1- 24 dBi 2.4 Ghz parabolic grid
2 - 19 dBi 2.4 Ghz parabolic grid
1 - 15 dBi Vagi 2.4 GHz yagi

4 - DCE-7x6x2 die-cast aluminum enclosures with Ubiquiti Routerstations. Fitted with weatherproof ethernet jacks.

Various MMCX pigtails... and U.FL Mini PCI ones.
Various weatherproof ethernet jacks

2 - Ubiquiti Nanostations.
2 - Ubiquiti Bullets (2.4 GHz)
1? - Ubiquiti Bullet-HP (2.4 GHz)

4 - XR9 Mini PCI cards
3 - DL-435 Cards

KC9OIS
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Re: Antennas

Post by KC9OIS » Mon Dec 09, 2013 7:36 pm

Thanks for the inventory listing Steve. Once we find some locations, maybe we can use some of your stuff for testing. Interesting on the Denmark to Pulaski link.

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Re: Antennas

Post by K9HAH » Fri Dec 13, 2013 11:15 pm

After I saw Steve's list, I remembered I had some WISP parts in my basement storage:

1. Routerboard RB133/133C 3 port board, 2 card slots on the board. It is set in a indoor metal case. I have the 110 Wallwort.

2. Ubiquiti SR2 Radio card - Atheros AR-5213 chip

3. 16" x16" Outdoor Antenna with RB 133C3 Board and XR9 card enclosed. Have POE & Mount. XR9 card was set up and running as a 900 MHz spare wisp replacement antenna.

4. Ubiquiti Powerstation 2 / Model PS2-17D w/POE and mounting bracket.

5 Linksys WRT54GS V4.0

I powered up everything, logged into the 2 RB boards, so they work. SR2 also works. I also think I have a 19" grid antenna in the garage overhead. I may have a few more XR9 cards.

Howie

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