Ubiquiti Networks RD-5G31-AC RocketDish airMAX Carrier Class 2x2 PtP Bridge Dish Antenna

BH #UBRD5G31AC • MFR #RD-5G31-AC
Ubiquiti Networks
Ubiquiti Networks RD-5G31-AC RocketDish airMAX Carrier Class 2x2 PtP Bridge Dish Antenna
Key Features
  • 5 GHz Operating Frequency
  • 31 dBi Antenna Gain
  • AirMAX Technology
  • Protective Shroud and Radome Included
The RD-5G31-AC RocketDish AirMAX 2x2 PtP Bridge Dish Antenna from Ubiquiti Networks provides a gain of 31 dBi for creating a high-speed, reliable Point-to-Point (PtP) bridge and networking backhaul when paired with an optional Rocket M5 or Rocket5ac BaseStation. Ubiquiti has improved the RD-5G31's F/B ratio and outfitted it with high isolation to create a better Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR), which allows the use of higher-order modulation to increase the maximum data rate. With an improved F/B ratio and lower sidelobes, interference from other transmitters in the area is lowered. In addition, the antenna operates under the 5 GHz frequency and supports airMAX technology, which uses a Time Division Multiple Access protocol to send and receive data at pre-designated time slots.
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Ubiquiti Networks RD-5G31-AC RocketDish airMAX Carrier Class 2x2 PtP Bridge Dish Antenna

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Ubiquiti Networks RD-5G31-AC Overview

The RD-5G31-AC RocketDish AirMAX 2x2 PtP Bridge Dish Antenna from Ubiquiti Networks provides a gain of 31 dBi for creating a high-speed, reliable Point-to-Point (PtP) bridge and networking backhaul when paired with an optional Rocket M5 or Rocket5ac BaseStation. Ubiquiti has improved the RD-5G31's F/B ratio and outfitted it with high isolation to create a better Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR), which allows the use of higher-order modulation to increase the maximum data rate. With an improved F/B ratio and lower sidelobes, interference from other transmitters in the area is lowered. In addition, the antenna operates under the 5 GHz frequency and supports airMAX technology, which uses a Time Division Multiple Access protocol to send and receive data at pre-designated time slots.

Ubiquiti Networks has designed the RD-5G31-AC RocketDish for outdoor use and included brackets and fasteners so you can mount it to a pole. To withstand nature's harsh conditions, the dish and mounting bracket of the antenna are crafted with lightweight aluminum. For easy alignment of the dish, a bubble level is on board. Furthermore, the dish is protected with an included radome, and the cables and connectors are housed in a metal shroud.

Design and Performance

High isolation and improved F/B ratio for better a Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR), which allows the use of higher-order modulation and maximum data rate
The front-to-back ratio and low sidelobes reduce interference providing a 31dBi gain
Ubiquiti's Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) airMAX protocol allows each client to send and receive data using pre-designated time slots scheduled by an intelligent AP controller

Hardware Features

Built-in Rocket base station mount eliminates the need for installation tools
The aluminum mounting bracket is designed to securely mount and maintain the position of the dish during harsh outdoor conditions
The bubble level allows for easy alignment
The included radome protects the inner components, while the metal shroud safeguards the cables and connectors
Construction materials resist corrosion and are designed to withstand harsh outdoor conditions
UPC: 810354021411

Ubiquiti Networks RD-5G31-AC Specs

Frequency Range5.1 to 5.8 GHz
Gain31 dBi
Max VSWR1.4:1
Wind Survivability125 mph (200 km/h)
Wind Loading231 lbf (1028 N) @ 125 mph (200 km/h)
PolarizationDual linear
Cross-pol Isolation35 dB minimum
ETSI SpecificationEN 302 326 DN2
Dimensions29.4 x 29.4 x 13.7" (74.8 x 74.8 x 34.9 cm)
Dimensions exclude pole mount and RocketM
Weight16.8 lb (7.6 kg)
Weight includes pole mount and excludes RocketM
CompatibilityRocketM5 and Rocket5ac
Packaging Info
Package Weight28.4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)31 x 31 x 14"
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