Last weekend we installed Ubiquity AirGrid M5s to the Gerecse tower and my QTH in Tata to create a 5Ghz Wifi link between them. It was quite difficult to put the stuff up on the tower because the wind was blowing crazy. Link works reliably and fast, the average is around 120MBps, I can copy between the two networks with 2.1 megabytes/s. Interestingly, when it’s raining, the link and signal quality drops as you can see on the graphs below.

(The collinear Diamond X510 antenna above the AirGrid is under repair, that’s why the ground planes are missing.)

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