Ubiquiti Rocket AC PRISM 5.8GHz Radio
- AirPrism HSR superheterodyne active filter
- Ideal for high subscriber density, collocated access points
- 10/20/30/40/50/60/80MHz channel sizes
- Up to 500Mbps PTP, 330Mbps in PTMP mode
- Up to 500mW output power (27dBm)
- 10/100/GigEth RJ-45 Input
- 2x RP-SMA Female antenna connections
- Radio only (external antenna required)
- 24VDC POE Injector (Passive) & 240V AC Adapter included.
Improves SNRHigh data rates require a high Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR), which is challenging to achieve, especially in noisy, high-density areas. Integrated into Ubiquiti’s custom silicon, airPrism technology creates a high SNR by isolating signals within the operating channel and rejecting interference using specialized circuitry, the High-Selectivity Receiver (HSR).
Reduces InterferenceDepending on the operating mode, available channel widths may include 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, and/or 80 MHz. Theoretically APs operate on different channels; however, because of the wider channel bandwidths, there can be overlap in spectrum usage. airPrism technology removes up to an additional 30+ dB of adjacent channel interference through the active filtering design, so an airMAX ac AP with airPrism technology can provide significantly greater performance than a typical AP.
Facilitates AP Co-LocationCo-location is vital in many scenarios. For example, a WISP may have limited tower space, so it must co-locate all APs within that allotted footprint. Shielding and other means can lessen interference but may be impractical. By deploying airMAX ac APs with airPrism technology, you can co-locate APs and enhance the overall performance of your wireless network. Number of APs: 4 = 80 MHz Channel Width 8 = 40 MHz Channel Width 16 = 20 MHz Channel Width
High Speed Network SharingThis is a transparent data-link layer bridge, not a routed bridge - this means that you are creating a virtual ethernet cable between the two facilities, making network setup incredibly simple - no routing configuration, all protocols (DHCP, DNS, etc) just work. Management of the Ubiquiti device couldn't be easier with SSH and SNMP protocol support, as well as a very intuitive HTTP interface. The units are powered via Power over Ethernet (PoE) - simply plug one end of the Ethernet cable into the Rocket, and the other into the PoE Injector (which is plugged into AC power). This allows one cable to both power the unit and also carry network traffic. We recommend using Cat6 Outdoor UV Shielded Cable with this unit.