NOTE: This is for one device. I have two devices for sale, as they work in pairs.. Superior Throughput with No RF Losses. Multiple Input, Multiple Output Spatial Multiplexing.Time and Bandwidth Resource Management. Starting with the silicon chip, the Ubiquiti Networks Research and Development (R&D) team created airFiber®, a sophisticated system robust enough to perform in the harshest RF noise environments.
Performance backhauls and outdoor, PtP Point. Point bridging, airFiber AF24 efficiently delivers up to 1.5+ Gbps, aggregate throughput. Wave frequencies typically experience RF (Radio Frequency) losses, which occur when part of the RF is lost in the switches and filters.
The R&D team eliminated such RF losses, so the link budget is robust and airFiber has better noise figure and higher transmit power efficiency. Designed with two multiplexed transmitters and two multiplexed receivers, the airFiber radio is Zero IF (Intermediate Frequency); it is a direct-conversion radio that generates and decodes the received signal at baseband, so there is no intermediate frequency and virtually no signal loss between the radio and antenna. The R&D team invented numerous algorithms to control the amplitude and phase.
The end results are excellent spectral shape and freedom from spurious responses that stem from conversion by-products. The highly flexible FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) architecture can be further field-optimized through firmware upgrades. AirFiber features both sophistication and reprogrammability; you can add features as they become available and enhance system performance through firmware upgrades.The R&D team created a new MAC (Media Access Control), which is the link between the radio control (FPGA) and physical network. All real-time packet processing is placed in dedicated parallel hardware rather than in software. All real-time functions related to digital signal processing and coding are handled in fully custom hardware that is reconfigurable, so the MAC is extremely powerful while retaining the inherent flexibility of a software-defined system. AirFiber incorporates an OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing) system to use linear, 2x2, MIMO (Multiple Input, Multiple Output) spatial multiplexing, which has two benefits: enhanced spectral efficiency and the ability to maintain reliable links in poor propagation environments. AirFiber automatically scales its modulation based on channel quality but has the ability to be reconfigured from a time/bandwidth perspective to enable the best possible performance in a wide variety of deployment scenarios.
The item "Ubiquiti Networks airFiber 5 GHz Full Duplex Point-to-Point Gigabit Radio" is in sale since Friday, February 22, 2019. This item is in the category "Computers/Tablets & Networking\Home Networking & Connectivity\Wireless Access Points". The seller is "texascellnet" and is located in Van, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.