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My WAR4-METRO is sometimes failing to recognize some of my radio cards, what can I do?[edit]

Q: My WAR4-METRO is sometimes failing to recognize some of my radio cards, what can I do?

A: See http://forums.star-os.com/showthread.php?t=6707

In a nutshell, update to StarV3 1.1.14 or later
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What kind of transmit power can I use with Ubiquiti SR/XR series cards?[edit]

Q: What kind of transmit power can I use with Ubiquiti SR/XR series cards?

A: Sorry about not reproducing it here, but easiest is to just link you to it: StarOS Forum Post or Ubiquiti Original Document(PDF)


What is the channel/translation table for the Z-Com GZ-901 900MHz Atheros card?[edit]

Q: What is the channel/translation table for the Z-Com GZ-901 900MHz Atheros card?

A: Nearly impossible to find anywhere, isn't it?

1 (2412) = 868
2 (2417) = 873
3 (2422) = 878
4 (2427) = 883
5 (2432) = 888
6 (2437) = 893
7 (2442) = 898
8 (2447) = 903
9 (2452) = 908
10 (2457) = 913
11 (2462) = 918
12 (2467) = 923
13 (2472) = 928

Using 2x cloaking (10MHz wide channels) this would mean channels 9(2452) through 12(2467) would be legal in US FCC territory where the ISM band is 902MHz - 928MHz. For StarV3 I would recommend you use the "world" release with country code ## and put a custom channel table in of 2452-2467 to keep a Z-Com GZ-901 in station mode from ever transmitting outside the legal ISM frequency range.


What's the channel/translation table for the Ubiquiti XR9?[edit]

Q: What's the channel/translation table for the Ubiquiti XR9?

A: From Ubiquiti Forums

4 (2427) 907
5 (2432) 912
6 (2437) 917
7 (2442) 922


What's the channel/translation table for the Ubiquiti SR9?[edit]

Q: What's the channel/translation table for the Ubiquiti SR9?

A: From StarOS Forum Post

3 (2422) 922 MHz (can use cloaking x2, x4)
4 (2427) 917 MHz (can use cloaking x1, x2, x4)
5 (2432) 912 MHz (can use cloaking x1, x2, x4)
6 (2437) 907 MHz (can use cloaking x2, x4)