installed two c5c units today in the UK, about 4km apart. (almost line of sight). The units are clear at one end (master), and a single row of trees at the other end (station). we are in a conservation area, and can’t just chop the trees down. having said that, the trees are fairly open (ie I can see through the trees)
we found the “aiming” utility in the utilities once we logged in, and when we look, we see a simple scale, a text target of -100db. without knowing “why” we altered the aim of one of the devices trying to get to the target of -100db, we got to -89db, thought “great, thats not far off” but that caused a total loss of signal.
browsing, we find that we should be aiming for a lower figure,
we only played with one end of the link, but clearly there’s two units, so there’s clearly two bits of aiming we have to do.
so the question is, “whats the AIMING tool for, and more importantly how do we use it to fine tune the two units. ? to get a good link”