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Ubiquiti AF-5X-US airFiber X Wireless Bridge
Manufacturer: Ubiquiti
SKU: AF-5X-US
Condition: New
Ubiquiti AF-5X-US airFiber X Wireless Bridge
Product TypeWireless Bridge
Brand NameUbiquiti
ManufacturerUbiquiti Networks, Inc
Product ModelAF-5X
Product NameairFiber X AF-5X Wireless Bridge
Product LineairFiber X
Manufacturer Part NumberAF-5X-US
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.ubnt.com
Packaged Quantity1
Frequency Band5 GHz
Outdoor Antenna Range124.3 Mile
MIMO TechnologyYes
Wireless Transmission Speed500 Mbit/s
Ethernet TechnologyEthernetFast EthernetGigabit Ethernet
USBNo
HDMINo
VGANo
Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports1
PowerlineNo
Management PortYes
Height1.9"
Width3.2"
Depth8.8"
Form FactorPole-mountable
Weight (Approximate)12.35 oz
Power SourcePoE
Package Contents
  • airFiber X AF-5X Wireless Bridge
  • PoE Gigabit Adapter
  • GPS Pole Mount
Limited Warranty1 Year
The airFiber® X features up to 17.1 Mbps/MHz of industry-leading spectral efficiency and uses proprietary Hybrid Division Duplexing technology to achieve the highest TDD throughput available for long-range, PtP links. Engineered for Performance Ubiquiti's INVICTUS™ custom silicon and proprietary radio architecture are designed specifically for long-distance, outdoor wireless applications. Deployment Flexibility The compact form factor allows the airFiber X to be used with airFiber Slant 45 antennas, or instantly upgrade a 5 GHz Rocket™link that uses a RocketDish™RD-5G30/RD-5G34 antenna. Carrier Backhaul for the World Deploy the 2.4, 3, or 5 GHz model that meets your specific spectrum requirements, anywhere around the world. The airFiber X features multiple channel width options to suit your deployment needs - up to 11 different channel sizes available for the AF-2X or AF-3X. Optimal Operation and Channel Configuration Channel width flexibility allows you to independently configure TX and RX channel frequencies and place them anywhere within the radio band to avoid local interference. You also have the ability to program different uplink and downlink duty cycles to support asymmetric traffic requirements.