Ubiquiti AirMax PowerBeam M5: 5GHz Hi Power 2x2 MIMO, PBE-M5-300
High-Performance airMAX® Bridge PBE-M5-300 built for:
- Uniform Beamwidth Maximizes Noise Immunity
- Innovative Mechanical Design
- High-Speed Processor for Superior Performance
Starting with the first-generation NanoBridge®, Ubiquiti Networks pioneered the all-in-one design for an airMAX® product functioning as a CPE (Customer Premises Equipment). Now Ubiquiti Networks launches the latest generation of CPE, the PowerBeam®.
Improved Noise Immunity
The PowerBeam directs RF energy in a tighter beamwidth. PowerBeam blocks or spatially filters out noise for immunity improvement.
Ubiquiti’s InnerFeed® technology integrates the radio into the feedhorn of an antenna, so there is no need for a cable. This improves performance because it eliminates cable losses. Providing high performance and innovative mechanical design at alow cost, the PowerBeam is extremely versatile and cost-effective to deploy.
airMAX Technology Included
Unlike standard Wi-Fi protocol, 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.
This time slot method eliminates hidden node collisions and maximizes airtime efficiency. It provides significant performance
improvements in latency, throughput, and scalability compared to all other outdoor systems in its class.
- Intelligent QoS Priority is given to voice/video for seamless streaming.
- Scalability High capacity and scalability.
- Long Distance Capable of high-speed, carrier-class links.
airOS® is an intuitive, versatile, highly developed Ubiquiti firmware technology. It is exceptionally intuitive and was designed to require no training to operate. Behind the user interface is a powerful firmware architecture, which enables high-performance, outdoor multi-point networking.
Integrated on all Ubiquiti M products, airView® provides advanced spectrum analyzer functionality: waterfall, waveform, and real-time spectral views allow operators to identify noise signatures and plan their networks to minimize noise interference.