Thursday, March 28, 2013

Streakwave Announces New Product Line - RF Armor

RF Armor, LLC is a producer of Carrier Class RF shielding products designed for the Ubiquiti (UBNT) MIMO product line to help reduce the front to back noise ratio, eliminate collocation interference, greatly reduce foreign/hostile interference, allow for better channel planning, and protect the Rocket and Jumpers from the debris, pests and other elements. The RF Armor line substantially improves performance by providing a lower noise floor with higher sustainable air rates with fewer errors. Featuring marine-grade aluminum, their shield kits have been created with both durability and quality in mind to last throughout the years. - See more at:

Here’s what customers are saying about RF Armor:

"We got a 3 dB signal improvement with this shielding kit, higher data rate and most important the clients bandwidth doubled."

"I couldn't believe how well made these things are made, Is a super good fit and make for a really sturdy mount, Oh and it's also good at blocking out other RF's, well worth it."

"Like some others, I have to admit I was slightly skeptical about these units when I first heard about them two years ago. However, since using them we will never go back. They definitely reduce noise, boost the operational efficiency of the sectors, and protect the radio and connectors from the weather. Highly recommend!"

Monday, March 4, 2013

Ubiquiti airMax Certified Admin Orlando, FL 2013

The Ubiquiti airMAX Administrator Certified Training (UAC) course is the first course offered by the Ubiquiti Training Academy. This hands-on course provides both the background of foundational knowledge about RF concepts and equipment; as well as hands-on experience of building out a wireless communications system using Ubiquiti equipment.

This class sells out rapidly, so sign up today and reserve your seat. Streakwave Wireless has three Ubiquiti Certified Trainers who team teach these courses. Gain from their exclusive years of experience in the wireless industry.

This course includes labs with specialized Ubiquiti training equipment. Remember to bring a laptop computer

Orlando, Florida April 1st & 2nd 2013
Orlando, Florida April 1st & 2nd 2013
Orlando, Florida April 1st & 2nd 2013
Orlando, FL April 1-2nd 2013:
Orlando, Florida April 1st & 2nd 2013

The training will be held at:
Holiday Inn Resort Orlando "The Castle"
8629 International Drive
Orlando, FL 32819
(407) 345-1511 - See more at:
Sign up for the Orlando, FL Training April 1-2nd 2013


Day 1Day 2

8:30-9am Breakfast

8:30-9am Breakfast

9am-12 Training

9am-12 Training

12-1 Lunch

12-1 Lunch

1-5pm Training

1-3pm Training

3-5pm Certification Test Training

Training Content:

Understanding Wireless Communications

  • History of WISP Equipment
  • Wireless Infrastructure
  • Point-to-Point (PTP)
  • Point-to-Multipoint (PtPM)
  • Licensed vs. Unlicensed
  • What Makes Wireless Communication Possible

RF Fundamentals

  • What is Frequency?
  • Propagation Characteristics
  • Understanding “dB”
  • dBm
  • dBi
  • E.I.R.P
  • Radio Sensitivity and Selectivity
  • Channel Width “Shannon’s Law”
  • Modulations and Data Rates
  • Transmitter Performance and EVM


  • Gain and Directivity
  • Types of Antennas
  • Polar Plots
  • Polarities
  • Reciprocity

Link Planning and Management

  • Link Budget
  • Fresnel Zone
  • Line of Site
  • Link Calculations
  • Link Fine Tuning
  • Fade Margin
  • Spectrum Analyzers
  • Wireless Security

Ubiquiti Protocols and Technologies

  • airMAX
  • Weakest Link
  • WDS
  • Traffic Shaping
  • ACK
  • airSync
  • TOUGHCable