Useless 6 G Crap!

What a waste of 2 years waiting! The A6 will not go over 5850 MHz!#@!!!@@@@###

And FYI it is NOT at 192.168.1.10 it is at the usual 192.168.1.20 and the user name is root.

I am returning all!

J

It does go to 6425MHz if you have an experimental license if you are in US or Canada

And how do we go about obtaining said experimental license? Does Mimosa have a step by step instructions?

I think that should be made clear. They are advertised as going to 6.425 GHz, no mention of needing a license for “unlicensed" frequencies.
I tried a fat 160 MHz wide channel and I could only get up to 5750 MHz??? That will work well, not!

ISP supplies get a grip!

Mimosa 5.15-6.425 GHz, 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6E, 8x8 MU-MIMO, OFDMA PTMP Access

| DustinS Leader
January 21 |

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It does go to 6425MHz if you have an experimental license if you are in US or Canada


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The hardware is capable of the advertised frequency range regardless of the FCC allowing use of the spectrum (yet), or not.

It’s up to the operator to determine what spectrum is available to them to use, not the hardware manufacturer.

The 6Ghz band isn’t yet available for outdoor unlicensed use in the US. That is coming, when the FCC finalizes the AFC rules and AFC systems are in place.

Mimosa and your vendor have done nothing wrong here.

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Yea nothing wrong with saying you can use a 160 MHz channel and frequencies up to 6.425, only to find out it only goes to 5850???
ISP supplies needs to explain this malarky clearly on their website and not yammer on about the open 6G!!!~

Make clear the A6 is EXPERIMENTAL, after 2 years now it is an experiment?

Ugh

| jacobturner
January 21 |

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The hardware is capable of the advertised frequency range regardless of the FCC allowing use of the spectrum (yet), or not.

It’s up to the operator to determine what spectrum is available to them to use, not the hardware manufacturer.

The 6Ghz band isn’t yet available for outdoor unlicensed use in the US. That is coming, when the FCC finalizes the AFC rules and AFC systems are in place.

Mimosa and your vendor have done nothing wrong here.


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| John23
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I think that should be made clear. They are advertised as going to 6.425 GHz, no mention of needing a license for “unlicensed" frequencies. I tried a fat 160 MHz wide channel and I could only get up to 5750 MHz??? That will work well, not! ISP supplies get a grip! Mimosa 5.15-6.425 GHz, 802.11ax …


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Anyone know how to login into this thing? I went through the unlock process and now its asking me for a USER: and Password: I was never given a place to create the username

The username is root.

“This ought to be made clear…”

John,
This is the same as all of their other equipment as well, not just the new WiFi-6 equipment. Your unlock code restricts the device to what’s permitted in your locale. If you have a license for frequencies that aren’t freely available, then you send a copy of the license to Mimosa and they’ll send you an unlock code that will let you use the licensed frequencies. So, probably the reason they haven’t made this more clear is because it’s not a change from how things have been for years. However, with the WiFi-6 stuff being new, a reminder may not be a bad idea. Also, a FAQ of where the FCC is on allowing frequencies would probably be a good idea.

Europe 5925-6425 MHz is unlicensed with 24 db eirp

Is not update for Denmark, comes in next firmware update

3.1.2 has support for Denmark 160MHz channels. This firmware version became available yesterday @Thomas

It should be noted that the FCC experimental license has to be renewed every 6 months?

Can someone confirm that? It is either 6 months or a year - they are meant to be “temporary” - we shied away from ordering ours till we where more set up for stuff.

John23 - if you want to sell your A6 at a reduced cost - we can talk.

:slight_smile:

Just kidding - but if you need advise - people are pretty cool here about helping others out!

Dustin can you share more info about licensed regolatory rules for the european countries listed in the firmware update 3.1.2?

Updated regulations to support 160MHz licensed operations for Ecuador, Libya, Iraq, Belgium, India, Oman, Egypt, France, Finland, Indonesia, Spain, Portugal, and Denmark

TAHNK YOU

You can do it yourself, although I would recommend you use a frequency coordination company to get you the license.

@Rob_MCN

I believe that is correct. Our license was for 6 months. Expiring soon. We will renew.

G6 Experimental Instructions.

These were provided to me and I have applied using them. We also applied last October for the B5x, but no joy yet???

John

(Attachment 6GHz Filing Instructions for Mimosa A5c.pdf is missing)

Keep us updated John23!

When your up and running - lets see your Spectrum Analyzer.

Anyone with that filling instructions ? Thanks