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AMO-5G13 Airmax Omni Antenna Gront

Ubiquiti AirMax 5G13 5GHz 13dBi Omni Antenna

Part Number: AMO-5G13

AirMax Omni is a Carrier Class 2x2 Dual Polarity MIMO omnidirectional antenna. It has a built-in mounting for a Rocket M5 to clip onto and comes complete with a pair of connecting pigtails so that the two channels each connect to a separate antenna element inside the same housing for fast throughputs of up to 300 Mbps.

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More Information - Ubiquiti AirMax Omni Antenna

The airMAX Omni Antenna provides powerful 360° coverage, 2x2 MIMO performance in Line-of-Sight (LoS) or Non-Line-of Sight (NLoS) applications. Each airMAX Omni Antenna features a robust mechanical design for outdoor application use.

AMO-5G13 Key Highlights

  • Frequency Range: 5.45 - 5.85 GHz
  • Superior Noise Immunity - Featuring reduced sidelobes and backlobes, the airMAX ac Sector Antennas are engineered to reject noise interference in co-location deployments.
  • Market-Leading Beam Performance - Designed to provide advanced noise isolation performance.
  • Industrial-Strength Construction - Designed with robust mechanical design for outdoor application use.
  • Plug and Play Integration - Every airMAX ac Antenna has a built-in Rocket mount, so no tools are needed to install the Rocket BaseStation.

What's in the Box?

  • AMO-5G13 Antenna
  • 2 x pole clamps
  • 4 x carriage bolts
  • 4 x serrated flange nuts
  • 2 x RF cables
  • Quick Start Guide

Documents

Quick Start Guide:

AMO-5G13_QSG

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