AR60, GE60 and FE60 links come with a Visual Alignment Tool (VAT) to help quickly perform coarse alignment. The use of this tool virtually guarantees that the radio link is aligned within the main antenna beam, and it is highly recommended that this tool
AR80, GE80, AR60, AR60X, GE60, and GE60X
- You claim your AR80, GE80, AR60, AR60X, GE60, and GE60X can do a full-gigabit full-duplex over the air. I just downloaded this free tool (IPerf, etc.) and am only able to get 600Mbit. Is there something wrong with my link?
AR80, GE80, AR60, GE60, FE60, AR60X
AR80, GE80, AR60X, GE60X, AR60, GE60, FE60 and FE60X
GE60 / FE60
- Why Gigabit Ethernet (GigE)?
- What about rain?
- Where does BridgeWave design and manufacture its products?
- What components make up the system?
- Is the link full or half duplex?
- What are the licensing requirements?
- What speed does the link operate at?
- What is the range of BridgeWave links?
- What if I want to go farther?
- How should the LAN interface on my switch or router be configured?
- What is the latency of BridgeWave links?
- How can I monitor the link?
- How many systems can I install on one roof or tower?
- What other parts are needed to install a system?
- What tools are needed to install a system?
- How is the radio mounted?
- Why 60 GHz?
- What is the network interface?
- How many models are available?
- Are the links safe to operate around people?
- What kind of cabling is used to connect the BridgeWave radio?
- What else do I need to know?
- What about security?
- What about snow and fog?
- Do I need Line of Sight (LOS) between antennas?
- Does the system need to be grounded?
- What equipment is needed to perform a Site Survey?
- What is the best location for mounting BridgeWave links?
- How do I align the antennas