UBNT – 2.4GHZ MIMOSECTOR AIRMAX 120 15dbi
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Ubiquiti Networks AM-2G15-120 2.4GHz airMAX 120° Sector 15dBi
The Ubiquiti Networks AM-2G15-120 2.4GHz airMAX 120° Sector 15dBi is a Carrier Class 2×2 Dual Polarity MIMO Sector Antenna that was designed to
seamlessly integrate with RocketM radios (RocketM sold separately).
Pair the RocketM’s radio with the airMAX Sector Antenna’s reach to create a powerful basestation. This versatile combination gives network architects unparalleled flexibility and convenience.
Flexibility – To support your specific application, the airMAX Sector Antenna is available in several frequency models: • 900 MHz• 2.4 GHz• 3 GHz• 5 GHz
High Performance – Highly resistant to noise interference, the airMAX Sector Antenna provides superior gain and beam performance for high-capacity, multipoint networks.
Durable Construction – Each airMAX Sector Antenna is designed with robust mechanical design for outdoor application use.
Plug and Play Integration – Every airMAX Sector Antenna has a built-in Rocket mount, so installation requires no special tools. Snap the Rocket securely into place and mount the antenna; you then have the optimal combination of Rocket radio and airMAX Sector Antenna for your application.
Pair the Rocket radio with the airMAX Sector Antenna to create a powerful basestation. This versatile combination gives network architects unparalleled flexibility and convenience
- Polarization: Dual Linear
- Cross-pol Isolation: 28dB min
- Frequency Range: 2.3-2.7 GHz
- Gain: 15.0-16.0dBi
- Windloading: 160 mph
|Dimensions (mm)||700 x 145 x 93|
|Frequency Range||2.3 – 2.7 GHz|
|Gain||15.0 – 16.0 dBi|
|HPOL Beamwidth||123° (6 dB)|
|VPOL Beamwidth||118° (6 dB)|
|Wind Survivability||125 mph|
|Wind Loading||24 lbf @ 100 mph|
|Cross-pol Isolation||28 dB Min.|
|ETSI Specification||EN 302 326 DN2|
|Mounting||Universal Pole Mount, RocketM Bracket, and Weatherproof RF Jumpers Included|
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