Designed for long-range applications, the LTU LR is a 5 GHz
subscriber station that functions as a CPE (Customer Premises
Equipment) in a Point-to-MultiPoint (PtMP) environment with the
LTU Rocket® as the basestation.
Proprietary LTU Technology
Based on Ubiquiti’s LTU technology, the LTU LR is not impeded by
the limitations of standard 802.11 Wi-Fi technology. Its custom LTU
silicon and radio architecture provide up to 600+ Mbps1
TCP/IP throughput and modulation rates of up to 4096QAM2
The LTU LR supports both bridged and built-in hardware NAT
router modes to suit your specific deployment.
The LTU LR can use different frequencies for TX and RX to avoid
Improved Noise Immunity
The LTU LR directs RF energy in a tighter beamwidth. With the focus
in one direction, the LTU LR blocks or spatially filters out noise to
improve noise immunity. This is especially important in an area
crowded with other RF signals of the same or similar frequency
Ubiquiti’s InnerFeed technology integrates the radio into the
feedhorn of a 26 dBi antenna, so there is no need for a cable. This
improves performance because it eliminates cable losses.
Quick Mounting and Alignment
The LTU LR features a large reflector size and easy elevation
adjustment (azimuth is adjusted by rotation around the pole).
Channel Width Flexibility
Channel width flexibility allows independent TX and RX channel
frequency configurations anywhere within the radio band to avoid
local interference. Channel width options include the following:
• 10 MHz
• 20 MHz
• 30 MHz
• 40 MHz
• 50 MHz
• Up to 100 MHz*
Auto Power Adjustments
By default, the Auto Output Power option allows the LTU LR to set
the output power (EIRP) to the appropriate level.
The LTU LR’s TX output power is controlled by the AP’s target
TX output power. A PtMP network can manage signal levels
to enhance network stability and achieve optimal wireless
performance with the highest possible modulation.
To manage the LTU LR, you have two options: the LTU
Configuration Interface and Ubiquiti Network Management System
(UNMS™). Either option lets you manually configure the LTU LR.
Within the LTU Configuration Interface, you can manually configure
the LTU LR or manage it from the AP side using the Find My AP
feature. The LTU LR will automatically scan for APs using the same
channel bandwidth. Select the appropriate AP and then use it to
configure the LTU LR.