Last Post: April 6, 2006:
As far as whether the system would be certified or not, I shouldn't comment. I know that there are very special rules for amplifiers, but my main goal is to make sure that I don't exceed the maximum EIRP or PtP or PtMP. I don't know what the output power of your bridges are so I can't do the math to figure it out.
You were correct about diversity with the two connectors. You can't connect two antennas to the two connectors and cover two different areas. The way to do it with the system I have described is to configure the Cisco to use only one side (primary) and run the splitter off of that. I have never actually heard of running diversity in an outdoor environment anyway, so you don't have much to worry about in that respect.
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