- Ubiquiti airMAX NBE-5AC-GEN2, NanoBeam AC Gen2 5GHz Wireless Bridge, 450Mbps+, 15+km Range, 19 dBi Aerial, PoE Powered£92.48£5.48 NEXT DAY DELIVERYIn stock
Incorporating innovative industrial design with proprietary airMAX® ac technology, the NanoBeam® ac is ideal for CPE deployments requiring maximum performance from the smallest possible footprint. Features Performance Breakthrough
airMAX® ac products offer improved latency, noise immunity, scalability and significantly increased throughput performance.
Ubiquiti's airMAX® engine with custom IC dramatically improves TDMA latency and network scalability. The custom silicon provides hardware acceleration capabilities to the airMAX scheduler, to support the high data rates and dense modulation used in airMAX ac technology.
Incredible Antenna “Beam” Performance
The form factor of the NanoBeam® ac features the highest gain for its size. The NanoBeam ac’s excellent beam directivity provides the best performance in high-noise environments.
Advanced Software Technology
Ubiquiti’s airMAX® technology is proven in millions of deployments worldwide, exhibiting outstanding performance in outdoor environments. The TDMA airMAX protocol enables unprecedented scalability, high throughput and low latency in unlicensed, multipoint networks.
Plug and Play Installation
The NanoBeam® ac mounts to a variety of surfaces including poles or walls, and offers the freedom of three-axis alignment. No screws are required for pole-mounting, and only a single wall screw (not included) is required for wall-mounting.
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