Ubiquiti's NBE-5AC-Gen2 NanoBeam 5AC radio is designed to provide low cost, short range point to point connectivity.
NanoBeam can provide up to a 450 Mb/s connection to a compatible device using the unlicensed 5 GHz band. The unlicensed 5 GHz band is set up as public spectrum that anyone can operate provided they comply with strict channel occupancy and power limits.
When configured in point-to-point mode the NanoBeam communicates with one other paired device in a master-slave relationship. When configured in multipoint it operates as part of a larger network of devices communicating through a central base station.
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R-Spectrum typically employs the NanoBeam to provide connectivity between two adjacent buildings. NanoBeam 5AC Gen2 can comfortably provide > 200 Mb/s under real-world conditions over several hundred metres, and > 100 Mbps beyond one kilometre in quiet areas.
It's important to note that the 5 GHz public spectrum is becoming very noisy and is expected to greatly worsen with the recent introduction of Licence Assisted Access (LAA) on 4G and 5G networks. Discussing your application with our team is strongly advisable particularly in urban areas.
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