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Ubiquiti 5GHz airMAX ac 2x2 Sector (AM-5AC21-60)

[UBNT-AIRMAX-AM-5AC21-60]
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AIRMAX-AM-5AC21-60#

AIRMAX-AM-5AC21-60
As the next generation of 2x2 MIMO sector antennas from Ubiquiti Networks, the airMAX® ac Sector Antennas feature significant advances in calability, noise isolation, and beam performance to complement the Rocket™5ac radios. They are also compatible with RocketM5 models; however, optimal performance requires the Rocket5ac.
The airMAX ac Sector Antennas are highly resistant to noise interference in co-location deployments. The innovative deflector design, together with the reduced sidelobes and backlobes, reject interference from other transmitters in the area - potentially on the same tower.
Improved Signal‑to-Noise Ratio (S/N or SNR) allows a higher-order modulation to be used, for example, 256QAM rather than 16QAM. This increases the number of bits per second for a fixed bandwidth (or data rate). Due to innovative design, the airMAX ac Sector Antennas provide higher gain and superior beam performance for high‑capacity, multipoint networks.


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Technical Specification:
Frequency Range 5.10 - 5.85 GHz
Gain 21dBi
Polarization Dual Linear
Cross-pol Isolation 25dB min.
Max VSWR 1.5:1
Hpol Beamwidth (6dB) 60 deg.
Vpol Beamwidth (6dB) 60 deg.
Electrical Downtilt 2 deg.
Electrical Beamwidth 4 deg.
ETSI Specification EN 302 326 DN2
Dimensions 750 x 173 x 78 mm
Weight 4.8 kg
Wind Survivability 200 km/h
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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 27 November, 2014.