Over the years Doodle Labs products have been used in many innovative wireless broadband OEM projects. Here we are presenting some of the noteworthy customer experiences and project stories that show the performance edge that Doodle Labs provides. On these anecdotes we have removed the identity to address the confidentiality concerns of our customers.
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In short, DL398 (375-410 MHz) field tests were much more encouraging than the number we got in the lab. Using 2.5m, 12dBi antennas, we get an RSSI between -55-60 dBm at 200m, with many obstructions and a huge amount of RF noise in the surrounding spectrum (450+, 700, 900). Sustained TCP rates are 5+ Mb/s, with low loss – indicating a bottleneck at either the transmitting hosts, or flow control at the receiver. We’re very happy.
The Doodle Labs DL435-30 wireless networking miniPCI cards behave like IEEE 802.11 wireless networking cards but operate in the 420 MHz band. We have successfully tested these cards over 10 miles at about three Mbit/s data rate at a 5 MHz bandwidth in the 420 to 426 MHz ATV sub-band.
The results were astonishing. Customers who previously had unstable connections at 5 kilometers using the Nanostation2 and Mikrotik 133 CPEs had stable connections at about -75 dbm as opposed to the previously unstable -81 dbm with amplifier. I liked the results because it eliminated the need for amplification, and my links were even more stable than before.
Durability being the only factor I can't confirm now, I'll say "so far so good" Keep up Doodle-Labs.
After more than a month of testing , I can say that the DLM106 (2.4 GHz) mini-PCI of Doodle is the best of cards that I used in my work. It is characterized by the ability and stability. I would also like to strongly commend the great cooperation of Doodle staff in the sales and support. They are not late to reply about any query and show considerable cooperation .
- Middle East
I tested the 5 GHz cards (DLM105) on a link in all frequencies. The received signal was better than XR5. I have tested the throughput on all frequencies... 20mhz and 40mhz turbo... I think these are ok, anyway it was same 50 Mbps TCP throughput on turbo mode for 5250 ,5760,5800 mhz.
- South Africa