WISPr OS features and autonomous site surveys

CPE Survey

CPE Survey

When the survey is pre-configured in the WISPr CLOUD, a maximum and minimum altitude is selected by the user.

Next, select either an azimuth or tower coordinate of the access point in which you want to connect.

The drone flies up to the maximum altitude selected, then rotates and locates either the tower coordinate or azimuth selected.

The CPE antenna on the drone then connects to the access point on the tower and the WISPr OS records signal from the maximum altitude down to the minimum altitude.

After reaching the minimum altitude the drone flies back up to point in which the signal was strongest.  The drone will scan in the starboard and port directions 15 degrees in each direction confirming the azimuth's accuracy before completing the survey.

At this point the survey is complete and logs can be reviewed.


WARNINGS
Make sure you are running this survey in an open area at least 50 feet from any obstructions (trees, people, houses, buildings, vehicles, etc.)
Do not fly directly over roof unless you are a minimum of 20 feet; propeller wash can cause the POGO to crash.

AP Scanner
Near Roof CPE Survey
Near Roof AP Scanner
Go-To Controls
Visual Site Survey
Spectrum Analysis

Antenna OS compatibility with the WISPr OS

The Surface Go is the best device to operate the WISPr OS and the WISPr POGO with.  With simple easy touch screen controls and a 10" screen to easily see everything happening in the software, the Surface Go is what we prefer all of our drone and software users to use. 

Figure 1 shows an example pictures of the WISPr OS compatibility with Surface GO.

The WISPr OS has a package which allows the RF Explorer to be compatible with the WISPr OS allowing the user to access the data from their RF Explorer while carrying the RF Explorer on the drone. 

Figure 1 shows an example video of the WISPr OS compatibility with RF Explorer.

Cambium ePMP is compatible with the WISPr OS webapp, make sure that your customer premise equipment antenna has a LAN address of 192.168.1.20, and is set up to connect to the access point on the tower you are trying to connect to prior to running your survey. The data displayed from this antenna is as follows: downlink RSSI, direction, downlink SNR, quality of signal, and capacity of signal.

Figure 1 shows an example video of the WISPr OS compatibility with Cambium ePMP.

Cambium PMP is compatible with the WISPr OS webapp, make sure that your customer premise equipment antenna has a LAN address of 192.168.1.20, and is set up to connect to the access point on the tower you are trying to connect to prior to running your survey. The data displayed from this antenna is as follows: signal strength, direction, and vertical and horizontal signal strength ratio.

Figure 1 shows an example video of the WISPr OS compatibility with Cambium PMP.

Ubiquiti AC is is compatible with the WISPr OS webapp, make sure that your customer premise equipment antenna has a LAN address of 192.168.1.20, and is set up to connect to the access point on the tower you are trying to connect to prior to running your survey.  The data displayed from this antenna is as follows: signal strength, direction, noise, WLAN Downlink and WLAN Uplink.

Figure 1 shows an example video of the WISPr OS compatibility with Ubiquiti AC.

Ubiquiti Legacy is compatible with the WISPr OS webapp, make sure that your customer premise equipment antenna has a LAN address of 192.168.1.20, and is set up to connect to the access point on the tower you are trying to connect to prior to running your survey.The data displayed from this antenna is as follows: signal strength, direction, noise, CCQ, quality of signal, and capacity of signal. 

Figure 1 shows an example video of the WISPr OS compatibility with Ubiquiti Legacy.