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I'm trying to figure out why the Rocketdish M2 does so much better in my
application than the Nanobridge M2.
- Nanobridge = 18dBi antenna gain + 20dBm TX on channel 5 (-83dBm RX
sensitivity on channel 5)
- Rocketdish = 24dBi antenna gain + 25dBm TX on channel 5 (-83dBm RX
sensitivity on channel 5).
A friend dropped off a Rocketdish for me to compare to see why my speeds
are dismal with the Nanobridge M2 and, much to my amazement, my
speedtest.net speeds DOUBLED with the Rocket M2.
I'm not sure exactly what to attribute it to because the application
'should' be fine for the Nanobridge M2 (which gets -68dBm signal
strength) - but the speedtest.net results are what they are.
Specifically, the TX/RX numbers in the side-by-side comparison in the
referenced screenshot are vastly different (78Mbps/52Mbps for the
Nanobridge M2 but 117Mbps/117Mbps for the Rocket M2).
What I'm not sure I understand is why the speeds double with the
Rocketdish, given that the overall 3x signal level is only about 4dB
higher (even with the 10x difference of 11dB EIRP).