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AIRAYA KnowledgebaseWirelessGRID WG-300 (375 Mbps) Software Configuration

WirelessGRID WG-300 Statistics Tab
Article # 396
Title WirelessGRID WG-300 Statistics Tab
Abstract WG-300 Statistics Tab - Provides Statistics on the current operating environment of a WirelessGRID-300 Outdoor Wireless Ethernet Bridge
  Help Topics - WirelessGRID-300 Bridge Statistics

This tab allows you to monitor operation of your WirelessGRID-300.

Bridge Status:

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

  Operating As. Specifies the general frequency range and mode of the WirelessGRID-300 bridge.



Operating Statistics:

  Signal Strength. 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. Signal strength values are measured in dBm. The value shown is a mathematical combination of the three individual antenna values so usually it will be slighty higher than the highest antenna value.

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 "Auto". 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.

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

  Data Packets. Indicates the total number of packets transferred since the bridge has been up.

Received Signal Strength (RSSI) Graph:

  Graph. These values represent the net amount of signal strength in dBm 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. The graph displays successive readings from the operating antennas. A0 is Red, A1 is Green and A2 is Blue. If an antenna chain is off then that antenna will not be shown. The sampling rate for the graph is controlled by the update interval described below. If using IE V6 and the graph is very slow, try clicking on the browser refresh button once.

  Filter. Occasionally A0 will generate unusually high values which can flatten the other values in the graph. Enable the filter to restore the normal values to the display.

  Update. The update interval for graph refresh is selected here. It can be from one to ten seconds.
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