How does the Smart Farm fencee Cloud system save the Zoo 12.612 € per year?
In installing external antennas for the purpose of improving the quality and increasing the distance of transmission of RF reception, it is important to follow several essential steps which are described in more detail below in this article. An external antenna is a practical solution to compromised transmission of reception in your area due to terrain impediments, hills, or dense vegetation. In these natural conditions that are impossible to change, you can, by installing external antennas in elevated places, increase the quality and coverage of transmission over up to 30 kilometres.
Foremost, it is vital to install the device with an antenna or a separate antenna in places where direct visibility among the pieces of equipment can be achieved. For correct and quality transmission of RF reception, we recommend installing the antennas as high as possible above the terrain.
Radio Path indicates the area around an imaginary line among antennas into which radio waves are transmitted once they have left the antenna. For correct functioning and strong quality of reception, it is important to keep the radio path clean and barrier-free.
On the displays of individual pieces of equipment, you can immediately see the quality of reception. The depiction of strong or sufficient reception indicates that communication among the pieces of equipment is good. Where medium or weak reception is displayed, we recommend choosing a better place to locate the equipment or installing an external antenna which could considerably improve transmission reception.
Make sure that the place chosen for installing the antennas is located as far as possible from other antennas and poles. We recommend that there are no other objects, such as drainpipes, near the installation; these could disrupt and compromise the quality of reception. An important part is also the installation of the antenna itself. For correct functioning install the antenna vertically. Installing it horizontally or below the angle considerably compromises its output. Make sure that the installed antennas level with one another and are levelled into the centre of the reception path.
Finally, we would like to add that the entire issue of transmission of RF reception is complicated and is affected by several natural factors. For this reason, it is difficult to say whether or not the transmission among individual pieces of equipment is going to be of quality and sufficient.
If you are thinking about installing our Smart farm system and are uncertain about how well reception will be at your location, you can contact our technical support which will help you check the reception at your location. For more detailed information, we use our internal program for accurate measurement of quality transmission reception.