15 Photos - Mar 25, 2010
Photo: Another 8foot tripod made from 0.75" conduit, treated lumber, and cinderblocks support a pair of NanostationsPhoto: Ubiquiti Nanostation Loco M2 on a simple 4foot mast fashioned from a satellite TV dish mount.Photo: Here is another pre-fab tripod with mast, approx 12foot height, supporting a pair of Ubiquiti Nanostations.Photo: Closeup of a Ubiquiti Nanostation M5 and Nanostation M2 Loco hung on the same mast, with improvised shielding.Photo: A 10foot prefab tripod with 5 UBNT Nanostations, three M5's and two M2's.  All units are shielded to reduce self-interference.Photo: A TP-Link MR3420 set up as a low-cost indoor repeater, festooned with 7dB antennae for increased range.Photo: Photo: A TP-Link TL-MR3020 wifi hotspot set up as low-cost indoor WasabiNet repeater.Photo: 4foot antenna mast fashioned from a Dish-TV J-mount and 1/2" electrical conduit, weighted down with cinderblocks.Photo: An 8foot tripod made from 0.75" conduit, treated lumber, and cinderblocks support a pair of NanostationsPhoto: Ubiquiti Nanostation M5 and Engenius EOC-1650 mounted to top of a 15foot tall homemade roof tripod, for completely non-penetrating roof mount.Photo: 2 Access Points mounted to a salvaged satellite TV dish mount, along with a short piece of metal conduit for the vertical mastPhoto: Ubiquiti Nanostation Loco M5 mounted to an extension of an existing UHF TV antennaPhoto: Ubiquiti Bullet M5 with 22dB parabolic dish, oriented for horizontal polarization.Photo: Trader Joes coffee can makes for a handy windowsill mount for UBNT Nanostation Loco