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Ubiquiti airFiber 5X with 30dbi and 50m Cable PTP Link

Ubiquiti

Ubiquiti airFiber 5X with 30dbi and 50m Cable PTP Link

492,365.96 509,428.15

The Ubiquiti airFiber AF-5X 50Km Complete Point-to-Point
(PtP) backhaul links is designed for long-range. it Includes
the following items

1. 2 units of Airfiber
5X
which  features the highest TDD throughput
available
and proprietary HDD for ultra-low latency.
2. 2 units of  30dbi
Airfiber 5X Antenna

3.  2 units of  50m fully terminated outdoor
Shielded Lan Cable

Ubiquiti airFiber 5X Features

 

500 + Mbps Throughput

5 GHz Frequency

50+ km Range

GPS Synchronised

Full-Band Certification including DFS

Ubiquiti�s INVICTUS� Custom Silicon

 

Engineered for Performance

Ubiquiti�s INVICTUS� custom silicon and proprietary radio
architecture are designed specifically for long-distance, outdoor
wireless applications.

Airfiber X performance

Deployment Flexibility

The compact form factor allows the airFiber X to be used with
airFiber Slant 45 antennas, or instantly upgrade a 5 GHz Rocket�link
that uses a RocketDish�RD‑5G30/RD‑5G34* antenna.

Carrier Backhaul for the World

Deploy the 2.4, 3, or 5 GHz model that meets your specific
spectrum requirements, anywhere around the world. The airFiber X
features multiple channel width options to suit your deployment needs �
up to 11 different channel sizes available for the AF-2X or AF-3X.

Carrier Class Backhaul

Optimal Operation and Channel Configuration

Channel width flexibility allows you to independently
configure TX and RX channel frequencies and place them anywhere within
the radio band to avoid local interference. You also have the ability
to program different uplink and downlink duty cycles to support
asymmetric traffic requirements.

Airfiber 5x operation

SKU: airfiber-5X-30dbi-50m-cab-PTP Categories: ,
Dimensions1 × 1 × 1 cm
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