For the WISP market, deploying in CBRS (Citizens Broadband Radio Service) is attractive as a way to efficiently increase customer bandwidth, but it still requires significant investment in both infrastructure and engineering.
Currently, Malaysia with its fairly small land-area has become one of the main markets for Spectrum Compact, but we’ve also seen similar approaches being implemented by regulators in other countries as well.
This blog post explains large (6ft/1.8m and larger) size antenna alignment. As mentioned in the previous blog post, the main difficulty in aligning these antennas lies in finding the initial signal and doing the final fine tuning. Click to learn how to do it in the most efficient way!