Wireless Access Point

NIB Ubiquiti UniFi AC SHD UAP-AC-SHD IEEE 802.11ac Wireless Access Point

NIB Ubiquiti UniFi AC SHD UAP-AC-SHD IEEE 802.11ac Wireless Access Point
NIB Ubiquiti UniFi AC SHD UAP-AC-SHD IEEE 802.11ac Wireless Access Point

NIB Ubiquiti UniFi AC SHD UAP-AC-SHD IEEE 802.11ac Wireless Access Point    NIB Ubiquiti UniFi AC SHD UAP-AC-SHD IEEE 802.11ac Wireless Access Point
Initial 802.11ac Wave 1 SU-MIMO (Single-User, Multiple Input, Multiple Output) technology allows an earlier-generation AP, such as the UniFi AC Pro AP, to communicate with only one client at a time. 802.11ac Wave 2 MU-MIMO (Multi-User, Multiple Input, Multiple Output) technology allows a Wave 2 AP, such as the UniFi SHD AP, to communicate with multiple clients at the same time significantly increasing multi-user throughput and overall user experience. The following describes a 5-client scenario: MU-MIMO Assuming the same conditions, a Wave 2 AP provides up to 75% improvement1 overall over a Wave 1 AP. This improvement increases wireless performance and/or serves more clients at the same performance level.

4x4 Spatial Streams At any single time, a Wave 2 AP can communicate with the following MU-MIMO clients: four 1x1 clients two 2x2 clients one 2x2 client and two 1x1 clients one 3x3 client and one 1x1 client A 4x4 Wave 2 AP delivers up to 33% greater performance1 than a Wave 1 AP that is 3x3 in both radio bands. Real-World Performance The UniFi SHD AP is the first UniFi 802.11ac Wave 2 AP with a dedicated security radio. Combining the performance increases from MU-MIMO technology and the use of 4x4 spatial streams, the UniFi SHD AP delivers up to 125% greater performance1 than a typical Wave 1 AP. Client Compatibility For optimal performance, use MU-MIMO clients. SU-MIMO clients will also benefit and gain up to 10-20% greater performance when used with the UniFi SHD AP.

1 Actual performance values may vary depending on environmental and installation conditions. Single-Client Aggregate Throughput 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 High-Density Scenarios For high-density environments, such as a concert venue or outdoor fair where there are numerous clients in a relatively small space, we recommend the UniFi SHD AP. 2.4 GHz versus 5 GHz Band When you use the 2.4 GHz band in a high-density location, you encounter self-interference and channel saturation. When you use the 5 GHz band, you can deploy smaller cells (coverage areas), so you can support more clients in any cell that deploys more than one AP. With the advantages of MU-MIMO technology and 4x4 spatial streams, the UniFi SHD AP can support more than triple the number of users2 than a typical Wave 1 AP can.

The item "NIB Ubiquiti UniFi AC SHD UAP-AC-SHD IEEE 802.11ac Wireless Access Point" is in sale since Wednesday, December 25, 2019. This item is in the category "Computers/Tablets & Networking\Home Networking & Connectivity\Wireless Access Points".

The seller is "bhhoward" and is located in Batavia, Illinois. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • MPN: uap-ac-shd-us
  • Brand: Ubiquiti

NIB Ubiquiti UniFi AC SHD UAP-AC-SHD IEEE 802.11ac Wireless Access Point    NIB Ubiquiti UniFi AC SHD UAP-AC-SHD IEEE 802.11ac Wireless Access Point