MetroLinq Alignment Scope
The MetroLinq™ Alignment Scope speeds up the aiming process, which is critical for deployment of 60 GHz links. Other helpful uses include verifying optical line of sight for the link, ensuring local mount placement viability, and determining ideal mount locations for distant endpoints.
Using the MetroLinq™ Alignment Scope is quick and easy. After mounting the scope to the MetroLinq™ chassis using the straightforward attachment system, the installer simply adjusts the antenna to center the scope cross-hairs on the target endpoint location to achieve most of the aiming process (after which aiming mode can help quickly dial in signal levels).
MetroLinq Installation and Alignment Tutorial
This tutorial provides a guide to installation and alignment of MetroLinq products. Mounting The mounting structure to which the MetroLinq mounting bracket is attached should be plumb (not crooked) and stable to avoid polarization mismatch. Choosing ...
Do I need the aiming scope for my MetroLinq?
While not required, the MetroLinq Alignment Scope, ICC-SCOPE-9X50, significantly lessens the challenge of antenna alignment by speeding up the initial stage of the alignment process. Once the scope is centered on the remote unit, only a small amount ...
MetroLinq LR Bracket Assembly
This video demonstrates assembly for the MetroLinq LR mounting bracket.
Does MetroLinq support VLAN?
Yes, MetroLinq will allow VLAN traffic to pass through, and the MetroLinq also has a Management VLAN option that can be enabled in the Network -> Internet Settings.
MetroLinq Standard Bracket
Introduction The MetroLinq™ standard bracket is a precision bracket designed to give ultimate accuracy and flexibility for any link or install location of the MetroLinq™. Downloads Datasheet QSG
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