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Ubiquiti airMAX High Performance NanoBeam NBE-M5-16 16dBi (5Ghz)

Part Number: NBE-M5-16

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Ubiquiti airMAX High Performance NanoBeam NBE-M5-16 16dBi (5Ghz)

Part Number: NBE-M5-16

The Ubiquiti NanoBeam directs RF energy in the tightest of beamwidth and up to a distance of 15+ Km in perfect conditions. With the focus in one direction, the NanoBeam blocks or spatially filters out noise, so noise immunity is improved. This feature is especially important in an area crowded with other RF signals of the same or similar frequency. We tend to recommend this product for distances of 80 to 750 metres.

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More Information - Ubiquiti NBE-M5-16 NanoBeam

The radio and antenna are combined to create a more efficient and compact CPE. The NanoBeam ac gets maximum gain out of the smallest footprint. Providing high performance and an innovative form factor, the NanoBeam is versatile and cost-effective to deploy.

NBE M5 16 Key Highlights

  • Frequency: 5 GHz
  • Throughput: 150+ Mbps
  • Range: 15 Km+
  • Uniform Beamwidth maximizes Noise Immunity
  • Innovative Mechanical Design
  • High-Speed Processor for Superior Performance
  • Use the optional NBE-WMK Wall Mount Kit (not included) for enhanced stability when mounting the NanoBeam on a wall

What's in the Box?

  • NBE-M5-16
  • UK Power Supply
  • Ball Joint Mount
  • Lock Ring
  • Metal Strap
  • PoE Adapter
  • Quick Start Guide

Documents

Quick Start Guide:

NBE_M5_16_QSG

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