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Pair the RocketM's radio with the RocketDish antenna's reach to create the endpoint of a high-performance, Point-to-Point (PtP) backhaul. On the right is one example of how the RocketDish can be deployed.
The Ubiquiti Research and Development team engineered the RocketDish RD-5G31-AC with high isolation and Front-to-Back (F/B) ratio.
The main benefit is improved Signal-to-Noise Ratio (S/N or SNR). The improved F/B ratio and lower sidelobes reduce the interference from other transmitters in the area - potentially on the same tower. The improved S/N ratio allows a higher-order modulation to be used, for example, 128QAM rather than 16QAM. This in turn increases the number of bits per second for a fixed bandwidth, which is also known as the data rate.
The RD-5G31-AC RocketDish AirMAX 2x2 PtP Bridge Dish Antenna from Ubiquiti Networks provides a gain of 31 dBi for creating a high-speed, reliable Point-to-Point (PtP) bridge and networking backhaul when paired with an optional Rocket M5 or Rocket5ac BaseStation. Ubiquiti has improved the RD-5G31's F/B ratio and outfitted it with high isolation to create a better Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR), which allows the use of higher-order modulation to increase the maximum data rate. With an improved F/B ratio and lower sidelobes, interference from other transmitters in the area is lowered. In addition, the antenna operates under the 5 GHz frequency and supports airMAX technology, which uses a Time Division Multiple Access protocol to send and receive data at pre-designated time slots. Ubiquiti Networks has designed the RD-5G31-AC RocketDish for outdoor use and included brackets and fasteners so you can mount it to a pole. To withstand nature's harsh conditions, the dish and mounting bracket of the antenna are crafted with lightweight aluminum. For easy alignment of the dish, a bubble level is on board. Furthermore, the dish is protected with an included radome, and the cables and connectors are housed in a metal shroud.
|Manufacturer:||Ubiquiti Networks, Inc|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||RD-5G31-AC|
|Manufacturer Website Address:||http://www.ubnt.com|
|Product Name:||airMAX Carrier Class 2x2 PtP Bridge Dish Antenna|
|Frequency Band Type:||SHF|
|Frequency:||5.10 GHz to 5.80 GHz|
|Antenna Gain:||31 dBi|
|Survival Wind Speed:||55880 mm/s|
|Number of Connectors:||1|
|Height:||13.74" (349 mm)|
|Width:||29.45" (748 mm)|
|Depth:||29.45" (748 mm)|
|Weight (Approximate):||7.60 kg|
|Compatibility:||Ubiquiti RocketM Base Station|
|Certifications & Standards:||ETSI: EN 302 326 DN2|
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