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TrangoLINK-10 Wireless Bridge Review

TrangoLINK-10 Wireless Bridge Review

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TrangoLINK-10 Wireless Bridge Review by Benjamin luck. Wireless Bridges operating at 5.3Ghz and 5.8Ghz for point to point links.
TrangoLINK-10 Wireless Bridge Review by Benjamin luck. Wireless Bridges operating at 5.3Ghz and 5.8Ghz for point to point links.

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Published by: Synworks Development Group on Mar 10, 2010
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TrangoLINK-10 Wireless Bridge Review
Author: Benjamin Luck – Synworks Development GroupSynworks DG Websitehttp://www.synworks.info/Email:contact@synworks.info
1.0 Introduction2.0 The Hardware2.1 The ODU (Out Door Unit)3.0 Setting up the Units for Deployment and Testing3.1 Getting Access3.2 Setting up the Radio Interface4.0 The Bandwidth and Latency Test5.0 Product Support6.0 The Conclusion7.0 Product Review Rating
1.0 Introduction
Decided to review some Trango Systems Trango-Link10 backhaul units that I have been using for afew deployments recently.The TrangoLink-10 a wireless bridge unit, designed to work in point to point mode. The radiosoperating in the 5.3Ghz to 5.8Ghz frequency bands, using DSSS with 20Mhz channels for 10Mbitover the air data rate.For more information, click here for theTrangoLink-10 data sheetlocated at the Trango Systems website.
2.0 The Hardware
Within two boxes, I found the pair of bridges, POE injectors, power supply adapters, ethernet cablesand console cables.
2.1 The ODU (Out Door Unit)
The TrangoLink-10 ODUs are painted white, metal cased and have easy mounting holes for  brackets on the back. The POE injector is simple, fairly small and wall mountable. One unit comesas the Master Unit and the other called the Remote Unit.Was simple to install the ethernet into the ODU screw socket and get the unit powered up the initialconfiguration.The ODU has a few LEDs near the ethernet cable connector that shows your RF link and ethernetstatus.
3.0 Setting up the Units for Deployment and Testing
Our next steps are to review the set-up process and get the units into the field for testing. First, Ineed to get access to the units.

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