Posts Tagged ‘NanoStation’

Ubiquiti NS2 and NS5 Antennas Compared

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

Ubiquiti NS2 and NS5 pictured side by side.

Pictures via Wires Are Evil

Interesting to see two devices together. Nanostation5 have 14dbi antenna and 10dbi for nanostation2.

nanostation 2 and nanostation 5

Links for more detailed pictures on my blog :

Ubiquiti Nanostation 2 Antenna

Ubiquiti Nanostation 5 under cover pictures

nanostation 2 and nanostation 5

Ubiquiti Nanostation 5 under cover pictures

Wednesday, December 17th, 2008


Thanks to Lukasz we can see what is hidden inside Ubiquity Nano Station 5


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