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Old 15-02-2018, 10:24 AM   #16
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since u already have already spend something that good and needs something better to work with it, den why not just spend that much again so u can really get what u want?
The card only cost <$30... just trying out the concept so dun wanna spend too much...
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Old 10-03-2018, 03:28 PM   #17
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Finally gotten netgear R7800 2 pair with the Intel 9260. Set up r7800 as AP wif 160mhz bw w/o any issue. Selected DFS channels but the channel wonít stick 2 DFS range coz it detected radar in my vicinity! But both laptop n iPhone can connect to AP while its briefly in the DFS channel. Was hopeful I can use these channels coz not expecting any radar near my hse! Did a quick speed test by file copying of a 1G+ file n gotten 100MBps dwn n 80+ MBps up but in best case scenario of laptop next 2 AP. Also test stream a high bitrate video file which I can now watch smoothly when previously wld stutter once in a while. Overall happy wif the performance except canít use DFS.
Anyone knows which ceiling mounted AP tat support 160mhz bw?
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Old 10-03-2018, 03:38 PM   #18
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Finally gotten netgear R7800 2 pair with the Intel 9260. Set up r7800 as AP wif 160mhz bw w/o any issue. Selected DFS channels but the channel won’t stick 2 DFS range coz it detected radar in my vicinity! But both laptop n iPhone can connect to AP while its briefly in the DFS channel. Was hopeful I can use these channels coz not expecting any radar near my hse! Did a quick speed test by file copying of a 1G+ file n gotten 100MBps dwn n 80+ MBps up but in best case scenario of laptop next 2 AP. Also test stream a high bitrate video file which I can now watch smoothly when previously wld stutter once in a while. Overall happy wif the performance except can’t use DFS.
Anyone knows which ceiling mounted AP tat support 160mhz bw?
What high bitrate video you watch that your previous WiFi can't stream smoothly? I can stream a 50Gb+ movie without any issues with 80mhz WiFi on a 1x1 AC laptop.

The unifi UAP AC HD should meet your requirements.

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Old 10-03-2018, 04:00 PM   #19
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What high bitrate video you watch that your previous WiFi can't stream smoothly? I can stream a 50Gb+ movie without any issues with 80mhz WiFi on a 1x1 AC laptop.

The unifi UAP AC HD should meet your requirements.
Sometimes the stream hits >100mbps n the video stutters but I do file copy exceeding >100mbps thereís no issue only watching video got issue.
I checked unifi UAP AC HD does support 160mhz leh.
Itís uhd hdr video btw, not sure if tat makes any difference.

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Old 10-03-2018, 04:16 PM   #20
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Sometimes the stream hits >100mbps n the video stutters but I do file copy exceeding >100mbps there’s no issue only watching video got issue.
I checked unifi UAP AC HD does support 160mhz leh.
100mbps could be reached even with wireless N. Best to drop ubiquiti an email. 160mhz support depends on software and the complains you see are probably from Americans thanks to their FCC being slow to approve.
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Old 10-03-2018, 04:50 PM   #21
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100mbps could be reached even with wireless N. Best to drop ubiquiti an email. 160mhz support depends on software and the complains you see are probably from Americans thanks to their FCC being slow to approve.
I know 100mbps shld b comfortably achieve by wireless AC but not in video streaming 4 my case. The video streams comes in spikes.. when thereís less motion the bit rates are low, say 30-40mbps, but when thereís fast action the stream might spikes beyond 100mbps and video stutter. But when I filecopy getting speed 200~300mbps thereís no issue. It seems the network canít handle surge well.. so to speak..

I checked ubiquiti specs their HD n Pro all only 80mhz.
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Old 10-03-2018, 05:07 PM   #22
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I know 100mbps shld b comfortably achieve by wireless AC but not in video streaming 4 my case. The video streams comes in spikes.. when thereís less motion the bit rates are low, say 30-40mbps, but when thereís fast action the stream might spikes beyond 100mbps and video stutter. But when I filecopy getting speed 200~300mbps thereís no issue. It seems the network canít handle surge well.. so to speak..

I checked ubiquiti specs their HD n Pro all only 80mhz.


Are you using Plex to stream? Maybe Plex not enough power.

https://imgur.com/a/ewetF
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Old 10-03-2018, 05:57 PM   #23
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Are you using Plex to stream? Maybe Plex not enough power.

https://imgur.com/a/ewetF
Wow so ubiquiti HD confirm support 160? Itís wasnít shown to in the spec list.
Not using plex, just play the file using VLC 3.0 on laptop.
I Stop using plex when I realize it downgrade 4K file 2 1080p when I use it on my lg Tv. After tat I just use the tv native video player n it stream 4K hdr files w/o any problem. But I do like plex UI much nicer.
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Old 10-03-2018, 06:05 PM   #24
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Wow so ubiquiti HD confirm support 160? It’s wasn’t shown to in the spec list.
Not using plex, just play the file using VLC 3.0 on laptop.
I Stop using plex when I realize it downgrade 4K file 2 1080p when I use it on my lg Tv. After tat I just use the tv native video player n it stream 4K hdr files w/o any problem. But I do like plex UI much nicer.
You can adjust Plex quality to direct play manually. Best to ask in ubiquiti forums. Alot of countries have different WiFi standards hopefully they remember about Singapore.
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Old 10-03-2018, 06:19 PM   #25
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You can adjust Plex quality to direct play manually. Best to ask in ubiquiti forums. Alot of countries have different WiFi standards hopefully they remember about Singapore.
I c tot the pic is from ur ubiquiti HD.. lol
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Old 10-03-2018, 06:30 PM   #26
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I c tot the pic is from ur ubiquiti HD.. lol
I just get the pic form Google lol
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Old 10-03-2018, 11:12 PM   #27
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Wow so ubiquiti HD confirm support 160? It’s wasn’t shown to in the spec list.
Not using plex, just play the file using VLC 3.0 on laptop.
I Stop using plex when I realize it downgrade 4K file 2 1080p when I use it on my lg Tv. After tat I just use the tv native video player n it stream 4K hdr files w/o any problem. But I do like plex UI much nicer.
As of today, none of Ubiquiti's APs support 160MHz wide channels.
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Old 11-03-2018, 11:05 AM   #28
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As of today, none of Ubiquiti's APs support 160MHz wide channels.
Can't confirm for the HD but the nanoHD in early access does have 160mhz support.

https://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-...d/ba-p/2254641

https://www.google.com.sg/amp/s/amp...._access_store/
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Old 11-03-2018, 03:32 PM   #29
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Can't confirm for the HD but the nanoHD in early access does have 160mhz support.

https://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-...d/ba-p/2254641

https://www.google.com.sg/amp/s/amp...._access_store/
Wow tats something 2 look out 4. Thanks for the heads up!
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Can't confirm for the HD but the nanoHD in early access does have 160mhz support.

https://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-...d/ba-p/2254641

https://www.google.com.sg/amp/s/amp...._access_store/
I have the Nano HD, my devices can't connect to the 5GHz radio if I set the 5Ghz radio to broadcast 160MHz wide channel. I have no 160MHz capable clients to test it out fully so nothing conclusive here. It could be working with clients that support 160MHz wide channels.

Also, the feature list (requires beta access) says 160MHz and DFS is work in progress, so it's probably not fully functional yet.
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