Ubiquiti airFiber X Antenna AF-5G30-S45 for 5GHz airFiber
KSh 16,000.00 + VAT
The Ubiquiti airFiber X Antenna AF-5G30-S45 feature significant advances in noise isolation and beam performance to complement the airFiber X radios for carrier backhauls and Point-to-Point (PtP) bridging.
The airFiber® 5X Antennas feature significant advances in noise isolation and beam performance to complement the airFiber X radios for carrier backhauls and Point-to-Point (PtP) bridging.
You can pair an airFiber® X antenna with an airFiber X radio to create the endpoint of a high-performance, Point-to-Point (PtP) bridge or network backhaul (airFiber X radio sold separately).The airFiber X antenna uses the 5 GHz frequency band and is available for the 5 GHz frequency band.
The Ubiquiti airFiber X Antenna AF-5G30-S45 delivers 2×2, dual-polarity performance. On the right is one example of how the airFiber X antenna with an airFiber X radio can be deployed as endpoints in a backhaul link to deliver bandwidth from a WISP network out to a neighborhood tower. From there, an airMAX® Sector antenna with a Rocket® radio delivers bandwidth to the WISP’s customers.
Incorporating a dish reflector design for excellent beam directivity, the airFiber X antennas feature robust mechanical design using industrial-strength hardware for outdoor application use.
Plug and Play Integration
airFiber X antennas and airFiber X radios have been designed to seamlessly work together. Every airFiber X antenna has a built-in airFiber X radio mount, so installation requires no special tools. Snap the airFiber X radio securely into place and mount the antenna; you then have the optimal combination of airFiber X antenna and airFiber X radio for your PtP application.
Frequency: 5.1 – 5.9 GHz
Gain: 30 dBi
The AF-5G30-S45 offers 30 dBi of gain and features the following advantages:
• Low sidelobes reduce interference from other transmitters in the area.
• High isolation enhances performance for co-location in tower-mounted installations.
• The low-profile design with integrated radome reduces wind-loading.