[Mikrotik] Mikroik R52n - which antenna port is A and which is B

Randy Cosby dcosby at infowest.com
Wed Jan 27 16:23:41 CST 2010


I am not positive , but I think the "ant-a / ant-b" has been replaced 
with "chain0 / chain1"  Need to confirm this.  I'd try both methods and 
see what works.


Randy

On 1/27/2010 1:52 PM, RickG wrote:
> Sorry to highjack the thread but I'm glad this came up. I put up a RB533
> with a XR2 and got about the same levels no matter which port I chose. One
> has an antenna and the other doesnt. What gives?
> -RickG
>
> On Wed, Jan 27, 2010 at 11:14 AM, Paul McCall<paulm at pdmnet.net>  wrote:
>
>    
>> We have some N links we are testing out.  We bought the R52Ns and want
>> to know which antenna port is A and which is B.  We can assume maybe but
>> you know where that leads us.
>>
>> On the board they are labeled J2 and J3.
>>
>> I didn't know if someone authoritatively knew that answer as we start
>> assembling our kits.
>>
>> Paul
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