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AIRAYA KnowledgebaseWirelessGRID Radios (187 Mbps) Software Configuration

WirelessGRID Station Monitor tab
Article # 360
Title WirelessGRID Station Monitor tab
Abstract WirelessGRID Station Monitor tab - This tab allows you to monitor a Station on the WirelessGRID.
This tab allows you to monitor a Station on the WirelessGRID.

Station Status:

  Current Status. Current state of the WirelessGRID bridge. While functioning properly, the bridge should indicate "Enabled" status.

  Bridge Uptime. Elapsed time the bridge has been up and since the last power cycle.

  Operating In. Specifies the general frequency range WirelessGRID bridge is operating in.

  Security Type. Displays the current Security Type settings for this bridge.

Signal Strength, Radio rates, and Quality:

  Signal Strength Indicator. Signal Strength is a good indicator of overall network quality.  Lower values (below 12) indicate a bridge will only be able to communicate at low data rates. Higher signal strength values (above 12) indicate the bridges have the ability to run at faster data rates. 

Tip: To allow WirelessGRID bridges to monitor their own signal strength and dynamically adjust data rates, you can set Data Rate on the Radio Settings tab to "Best". This will allow the bridge to monitor signal strength on a packet by packet basis, adjusting data rate accordingly.  If signal strength is not optimum, the radio will change to a lower modulation, which in turn lowers the radio data rate, but provides a higher effective TCP/IP data rate by increasing radio receiver sensitivity and reducing the packet error rate. This ability provides for better overall quality and reliability of the bridge.

      Last Transmitted. Signal Strength values (measured in dBm) for the last packets transmitted. Signal Strength is a good indicator of how your links will run. Low values indicate the radios are operating in a slower mode.

      Last Received . Signal Strength values (measured in dBm) for the last packets received. 

  Current Data Rate - Sending. Displays the current radio data rate being used to send data. This is based on the information you provided in the data rate selection in the radio settings tab.

  Current Data Rate - Receiving. Displays the current radio data rate being used to receive data.

   Packets Sent. Indicates the total number of packets transmitted since the bridge has been up.

  Packets Received. Indicates the total number of packets received since the bridge has been up.

  Receive Packet Errors. Indicates the total number of receive packets errors generated since the bridge has been up.

  Receive Packet Error Rate (PER). Calculated percentage of receive packet errors to packets sent since the bridge has been up.

Received Signal Strength (RSSi) Indicator - As indicated above the RSSi is the net amount of signal strength received at one end of a radio pair. Noise floor, combined with environmental and path variables, are used to calculate this value.  RSSi, combined with the calculated packet error rate, are the key variables used to adjust the radio's modulation and data rate.

  RSSi. Received Signal Strength (dBm).  This value represents the net amount of signal strength received at one end of a radio pair.  The calculated noise floor, environment, path length, and antenna alignment, all affect the RSSi values in this graph. 

  Last 25 Readings. Display of the last 25 values received by the bridge.  This page will refresh with the last 25 readings for each statistics update interval (time period in seconds) as specified on the Admin Setup tab.

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