Ubiquiti Networks AF-5 airFiber Mid-Band 5 GHz Carrier Class Point-to-Point Gigabit Radio

Ubiquiti Networks AF-5 airFiber Mid-Band 5 GHz Carrier Class Point-to-Point Gigabit Radio

Ubiquiti Networks AF-5 airFiber Mid-Band 5 GHz Carrier Class Point-to-Point Gigabit Radio

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Ubiquiti Networks AF-5 airFiber Mid-Band 5 GHz Carrier Class Point-to-Point Gigabit Radio

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  • 1.2+ Gbps Maximum Throughput
  • 62+ mi (100+ km) Maximum Range
  • 40 W Max Power Consumption
  • Passive PoE Power Method
  • Pole Mount Kit Included
  • Up to 125 mph Wind Survivability
  • High-Range 5 GHz Frequency Coverage
  • 1 x Gigabit Ethernet Port
  • 1 x Fast Ethernet Management Port
  • 1 x RJ-12 Auxiliary Port
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Ubiquiti Networks AF-5 overview

  • 1Description

Operating on the 5 GHz frequency band, the AF-5 airFiber Mid-Band 5 GHz Carrier Class Point-to-Point Gigabit Radio from Ubiquiti Networks offers point to point connectivity at long distances of over 62 miles (100 kilometers). This enhanced coverage provides a reliable backhaul connection which is an essential part of many building-to-building enterprise network configurations. With a dual-antenna architecture, 2x2 MIMO functionality separates the transmit and receive data streams allowing for increased bandwidth and a more reliable connection. Setup of this PtP Gigabit radio is simple thanks to the airFiber Configuration Interface which can be installed by a single network tech. Once installed, 12 dedicated LED indicators make it easy to see the status of various aspects of the network including data port link/activity, data port speed, management port link/activity, and much more.

Wireless Technology
  • Point-to-point wireless platform
  • Housed in a compact, highly efficient form factor
  • Delivers wireless gigabit+ performance with low latency
  • xRT feature uses an adaptive multi-channel coding scheme to enhance radio transceiver performance, while still maintaining regulatory compliance
  • Supports long range communication up to 62+ miles
  • Operates in license-free, mid-band 5 GHz frequencies
  • Worldwide license-free operation
  • Delivers gigabit performance at 1.0+ Gb/s
  • Suitable for carrier backhaul, building-to-building enterprise use, or public safety applications
Synchronous Data Transmission and Reception
  • Transmits data synchronously without any wait time
  • Uses traditional TDD and FDD modes of operation
  • Features the proprietary Hybrid Division Duplexing (HDD) mode for long range and spectral efficiency performance
  • HDD technology calculates the propagation delay for synchronous transmissions and eliminate packet transmission latency
  • Based on the ranging algorithm built into the air protocol
Dual-Antenna Architecture
  • Features a dual-independent, 2x2 MIMO, high-gain reflector antenna system
  • Separate transmit and receive antennas eliminates the extra RF losses caused by the switches or duplexers
  • Includes a mechanical back‑plane that is constructed as a one-piece monocoque molding
  • Single‑piece, injection‑molded architecture
Network Management
  • Network management option between the greater security of out‑of-band management and the convenience of in-band management
  • Full SNMP support for network management
  • Local and remote status information available on the main tab of the airFiber configuration interface
Processing
  • Proprietary INVICTUS core communications processing engine
  • Features 1 MHz center channel resolution with Power Envelope Tracking technology
  • Accurately and continuously controls transmit power relative to the band edge
  • Power level automatically tracks to optimize performance near band edges, allowing you to choose the part of the band with the least interference
Radio Alignment Display
  • Radio Alignment Display (RAD) makes aiming quicker and easier
  • Dual, calibrated signal strength indicators display the actual signal strength on the local and remote airFiber radios in real time
  • Displays information about GPS synchronization status, master/slave mode, RF link status, RF overload warning, current modulation mode, and link activity and speed for wired management and data ports
Installation
  • Based on Ubiquiti’s airOS
  • Enables quick deployment
  • Sliding-clamp design allows mounting hardware to be pre‑assembled prior to installation
  • Drop‑in cradle mount design allows the installer to attach mounting hardware to the pole without having to support the weight of the airFiber radio during installation
UPC: 810354020087
In the Box
Ubiquiti Networks AF-5 airFiber Mid-Band 5 GHz Carrier Class Point-to-Point Gigabit Radio
  • 50V, 1.2A PoE GigE Adapter
  • Pole Mount Kit
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Ubiquiti Networks AF-5 specs

    General Specificationsaxsxzyqfwxtuzxuqwcfzvttrstcaff
    LEDs 12 x Status LEDs: Data Port Link/Activity, Data Port Speed, Management Port, Link/Activity, Management Port Speed, GPS Synchronization, Master/Slave, Link Status, Modulation Mode 0.25x to 4x, 6x, 8x, Overload, Remote and Local Displays (Calibrated Signal Strength)
    Maximum Power Consumption 40 W
    Power Supply 50 V, 1.2 A PoE Gigabit Ethernet adapter (included)
    Power Method Passive Power over Ethernet (42 to 58 VDC)
    Wind Loading 863 N at 200 km/hr (194 lbf at 125 mph (200 km/hour))
    Wind Survivability 125 mph (200 km/hour (125 mph)
    Mounting Pole mount kit (included)
    Operating Frequency FCC 15.247, 15.407, IC RSS 210: 5470 to 5600 MHz, 5650 to 5850 MHz
    ETSI EN 301 893, EN 302 502: 5470 to 5875 MHz
    Other Regions: 5470 to 5950 MHz
    Interface
    Data Port 1 x 10/100/1000 Ethernet port
    Configuration Port 1 x 10/100 Ethernet port
    Auxiliary Port 1 x RJ-12, Alignment Tone port
    System Specifications
    Maximum Throughput 1.0+ Gb/s
    Maximum Range 62+ miles (100+ km)
    Packets per Second >1 million
    Encryption 128-bit AES
    Forward Error Correction 164/205
    Cyclic Prefix 1/16 fixed
    Uplink/Downlink Ratio 50% fixed
    Frame Synchronization GPS
    Frequency Selection Dynamic: CE, FCC/IC
    Sensitivity Specificationsaxsxzyqfwxtuzxuqwcfzvttrstcaff
    Receive Sensitivity 256QAM at 8x Spatial Stream, 1024 Mb/s FDD, 512 Mb/s TDD
    At 10 MHz: -70 dBm
    At 20 MHz: -67 dBm
    At 40 MHz: -65 dBm
    At 50 MHz: -64 dBm

    64QAM at 6x Spatial Stream, 768 Mb/s FDD, 384 Mb/s TDD
    At 10 MHz: -77 dBm
    At 20 MHz: -74 dBm
    At 40 MHz: -72 dBm
    At 50 MHz: -71 dBm

    16QAM MIMO at 4x Spatial Stream, 512 Mb/s FDD, 256 Mb/s TDD
    At 10 MHz: -84 dBm
    At 20 MHz: -81 dBm
    At 40 MHz: -79 dBm
    At 50 MHz: -78 dBm

    QPSK MIMO at 2x Spatial Stream, 256 Mb/s FDD, 128 Mb/s TDD
    At 10 MHz: -90 dBm
    At 20 MHz: -87 dBm
    At 40 MHz: -85 dBm
    At 50 MHz: -84 dBm

    1/2 Rate QPSK xRT at 1x Spatial Stream, 128 Mb/s FDD, 64 Mb/s TDD
    At 10 MHz: -93 dBm
    At 20 MHz: -90 dBm
    At 40 MHz: -88 dBm
    At 50 MHz: -87 dBm

    1/4 QPSK xRT at 1/4x Spatial Stream, 32 Mb/s FDD, 16 Mb/s TDD
    At 10 MHz: -95 dBm
    At 20 MHz: -93 dBm
    At 40 MHz: -92 dBm
    At 50 MHz: -91 dBm

    FDD = 2 x 100 MHz channels and TDD = 1 x 100 MHz channel

    Radio Frequencies
    GPS GPS clock synchronization
    Transceiver Specification
    EIRP ~50 dBm (Dependent on regulatory region and frequency band)
    Frequency Accuracy ±2.5 ppm without GPS synchronization
    ±0.2 ppm with GPS synchronization
    Channel Bandwidth 10/20/40/50 MHz
    Modulation 256QAM MIMO
    64QAM MIMO
    16QAM MIMO
    QPSK MIMO
    1/2 Rate QPSK xRT
    1/4 Rate QPSK xRT
    Integrated Split Antenna
    TX Gain 23 dBi
    RX Gain 23 dBi
    Beamwidth
    Front-to-Back Ratio 70 dB
    Polarity Dual-slant polarization
    Cross Polar Isolation >28 dB
    Standards and Certifications
    Certifications CE, FCC, IC
    Physical Characteristics
    Operating Temperature -40 to 131°F (-40 to 55°C)
    Dimensions 25.5 x 16.8 x 11.9" (64.9 x 42.6 x 30.3 cm)
    Weight 23.1 lb (10.5 kg) with mount
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 55.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 40.6 x 22.5 x 20.0"

    Ubiquiti Networks AF-5 reviews

    AF-5 airFiber Mid-Band 5 GHz Carrier Class Point-to-Point Gigabit Radio is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly Recommended AirFiber 5 We are very pleased with AirFiber 5's performance for its price. We link a Fiber connection to an AirFiber Tower and distribute bandwidth wirelessly to a network of towers. The easy set-up, low latency, affordability, and quick deployment has turned us into a leading service provider. We have a 16.5 mile link providing 200+ Mbps download and 150 Mbps upload! Pros: Inexpensive Back haul solution. Fairly easy set-up with a GUI (Graphical User Interface). It is very similar to setting up an AirOS device. Cons: Requires a firmware update out-of-the-box. Documentation is scarce,. No speed-test built-in which is in contrast to other UBNT products.
    Date published: 2015-10-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product - Better Than Expected! The radios were larger than I imagined but posed no issues in configuring. The included mounting hardware was substantial and very accommodating for installation. These were not my original first choice but will be the next time.
    Date published: 2015-08-24
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Product Easy to read installation directions and user guide.
    Date published: 2015-12-29
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