How do I plan a network layout with point to point sites?

The guiding principal to PTP frequency planning is not to have either side of a PTP link compete with another transmitter on the same frequency. With Canopy’s exception C/I, problems with 5.7 GHz can often be mitigated by employing reflectors on both sides (a little signal margin solves most problems).

One side of a multiple PTP link can share a frequency at a common site if:
- The master BH units are at the co-located site.
- The multiple units at the same site are synchronized.
- The download percentage of all links are set identically.

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