Posts Tagged ‘wireless isp’

Ubiquiti will soon present 10Ghz Bridge

Saturday, July 3rd, 2010

It just may be a rumor but may be Ubiquiti will soon present a 10Ghz Bridge mentioned on Buenos Aires AirMax World Conference.

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Working at 10Ghz may be a problem in some counties but if presented the new rumored bridge will bring neighborhood wlan isp-s closer to professional service providers.

Ubiquiti NanoStation 2 and 5

Friday, February 29th, 2008

New interesting product is coming to market Ubiquiti NanoStation – two versions for 2.4ghz and 5ghz bands.

There is not much info available only the info and datasheets. A both devices running new Ubiquiti AirOS which is also interesting.

Ubiquiti NanoStation 2 and 5

The device designed to advance the Global Wireless ISP industry to the next level. Featuring a compact indoor/outdoor design and an interface so intuitive even the most technically challenged can instantly become experts. But, don’t be fooled; it is as powerful as it is simple. Nanostation packs some phenomenal performance with a revolutionary design combining a hi-gain 4 antenna system, advanced radio architecture, and highly researched and developed firmware technology allowing throughput, stability, and capacity performance rivaling even the highest-end WiMax networks. All at a MSRP of $79.

  • Atheros AR2316 SOC, MIPS 4KC, 180MHz
  • 16MB SDRAM, 4MB Flash
  • 1 X 10/100 BASE-TX (Cat. 5, RJ-45) Ethernet Interface
  • 26dBm, +/-2dB
  • -97dBm +/-2dB
  • Integrated 10dBi Dual Pol + External SMA
  • over 15km
  • 12V, 1A (12 Watts). Supply and injector included
  • Passive Power over Ethernet (pairs 4,5+; 7,8 return)
  • -40C to 85C (System PCB optimized for hi-temp)
  • 5 to 95% Condensing



  • Dynamically router board protocol compatible
  • Operate in proprietary channels; enhanced security and network privacy
  • 5/10/20/40MHz options for increased throughput or increased range performance
  • English, Spanish, French, Portugues, and Chinese
  • Automatically converge to optimum ACK timeout value for distance links
  • Adaptively SW adjust antenna polarity for optimum peformance
  • Full SDK and Ubiquiti engineering support open for 3rd party firmware developments