Internet Connectivity

Connectivity Options

Broardband Wireless

The Amateur Radio hobby is moving on and one of the most rapidly expand areas is digital. Cheap low powered processors and clever applications are fuelling experimentation and development. The world is increasingly interconnected and technological advances are progressing at an ever faster rate. Corporate entities are evolving ever faster and our hobby is following suit. The WIA looks set to enable digial modes for foundation licences.

https://forum.huawei.com/enterprise/en/thread-350483.html

https://www.hetinternethuis.nl/productbestanden/Huawei_E5186_Datasheet.pdf

ADSL
Requires fixed line ie existing phone line. ADSL modem, an ADSL plan. eg: https://www.iinet.net.au/internet-products/broadband/plans/?naked-dsl Typlically, $60/mth for 500 GB/mth. But 12 month term.
NBN
Microlink

2.4 or 5.8 GHz wireless bridge to an ISP access point with unlimited, highspeed, fibre connection. Microlink

There are many vartions to this solutions and usualy involve using a members privare or business premises to provide a link. Bear in mode that this solution simply move the commercial connection (ISP) to another location. It does introduce many other variable and potentially costs. Issues to investigate.

"http://www.telcoantennas.com.au/site/ubiquiti-powerbeam-ac-m5-450mbps-point-point-wireless-bridge-30km"

see the LIPD legislation and it says Radio Local Area Network transmitters must be used indoors (Frequency hopping, WiFi and RLAN transmitters  note 61 and 62).”

Radiocommunications (Low Interference Potential Devices) Class Licence 2000 PDF download is here:
https://www.acma.gov.au/-/media/Spectrum-Engineering/Information/pdf/ifc49-2012-lipd_variation-rcomms_lipd_class_licence_2000-pdf.pdf?la=en

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Consumer Grade NAT (CGN) or Large Scale NAT (LSN)

Carrier-grade NAT (CGN), also known as large-scale NAT (LSN), is an approach to IPv4 network design in which end sites, in particular residential networks, are configured with private network addresses that are translated to public IPv4 addresses by middlebox network address translator devices embedded in the network.

Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carrier-grade_NAT

What NAT444 Breaks

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Consumer Grade NAT (CGN) or Large Scale NAT (LSN)
We are left with a number of applications (and application types) that currently break when Large Scale NAT is introduced.

What isn’t broken by NAT444/LSN:
What NAT444/LSN breaks: Source:https://chrisgrundemann.com/index.php/2011/nat444-cgn-lsn-breaks/#prettyPhoto

How to check if the ISP uses Carrier-grade NAT (CGN): http://www.remoterig.com/wp/?page_id=3494

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LIPD and ISM frequencies

https://www.acma.gov.au/Industry/Spectrum/Radiocomms-licensing/Class-licences/shortrange-spreadspectrum-devices-fact-sheet">https://www.acma.gov.au/Industry/Spectrum/Radiocomms-licensing/Class-licences/shortrange-spreadspectrum-devices-fact-sheet



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Microlinks

Rocket M from Ubiquiti Networks, Inc

Powerful 2x2 MIMO AirMax BaseStation Platforms
Models: M2, M2GPS, M3, M365, M365GPS, M5, M5GPS, M900

https://secure.ubiquitishop.com.au/files/rocket_m_gps_datasheet.pdf

900Mhz

Point-to-Point Bridge Link 900M Yagi 32 Mbps
http://store.freenet-antennas.com.au/product_info.php?products_id=537&osCsid=3c1faf947685ec0a7a5dcf355a4b40c9&r=9467

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2.4Ghz Rocket M2 Titanium

The RocketM2-Ti operates in the 2.4 GHz band, and can do Point-to-Point (PtP) and Point-to Multi-Point (PtMP )

http://ubwh.com.au/product_info.php?products_id=149&osCsid=f6372180dd8ac15394e47c53e9b0be13

5.8Ghz Rocket M5 Titanium

Ubiquiti Rocket M5 5GHz airMAX BaseStation MIMO 802.11n WiFi Access Point. airMAX® BaseStation. Rocket M is a rugged, hi-power, very linear 2x2 MIMO radio with enhanced receiver performance. Rocket M combines the “brains” in one robust unit; it can be paired with your choice of AirMax BaseStation or Rocket Antennas.

MIMO Antennas

Multiple–Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) antennas have two or more antennas in a single physical package and are designed for use in IEEE 802.11n WiFi networks. By utilizing multiple antennas, data throughput and range are increased compared to a single antenna using the same radio transmit power. Additionally MIMO antennas improve link reliability and experience less fading than a single antenna system. By transmitting multiple data streams at the same time, wireless capacity is increased. MIMO technology uses Multipath (when wireless signals “bounce” off of objects and arrive at the receiver at different times) to improve wireless performance. MIMO technology takes a single data stream and breaks it down into several separate data streams and sends it out over multiple antennas. This provides redundancy. The receiving MIMO antenna will “look” at each stream being sent to determine the strongest one to choose.

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Cloud Server Hosting

https://www.binarylane.com.au/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_computing

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Glenn Lyons VK4PK
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