Ubiquiti Rocket Titanium M5 GPS PtMP Bridge
- Carrier grade M5 airMAX base station radio
- Aluminium casing for harsh environments, minimise RF interference
- GPS connector for intra/inter-cell synchronisation (AirSync protocol)
- Connect multiple remote locations on the one network (+50km possible)
- Up to 600mW output power, +150Mbps 2x2MIMO capable
- POE Injector & 240V AC Adapter included.
Rocket M5 Titanium series are a rugged, hi-power, very linear 2x2 MIMO radio with enhanced receiver performance. It features incredible range performance (50+km) and breakthrough speed (150+Mbps real TCP/IP). The Rocket M5 Titanium takes advantage of its Gigabit Ethernet connection to deliver high throughput for reliable data transfers. The Rocket Titanium series has an incredibly durable enclosure specifically designed to improve performance in harsh RF environments and in extreme weather conditions. Enclosed in aircraft-grade aluminium, the Rocket M5 Titanium is a rugged, high-power, linear 2x2 MIMO radio Rocket combines the “brains” in one robust unit; allowing it to be paired with any 5.8GHz (M5) WiFi antenna on the market. This versatility gives network architects unparalleled flexibility and convenience.
GPS Carrier Synchronisation
Rocket M5 GPS allows integrators to take advantage of airMAX's proprietary AirSync protocol. AirSync replaces the radio's conventional carrier-sense timing protocol with a inter-radio synchronised TDMA protocol. Instead of each radio polling for a quiet channel before transmitting (and potentially colliding), AirSync detects the GPS coordinates of each unit and synchronises transmissions into separate time slots. In addition to GPS synchronisation, multi-sector deployments will require additional antenna shielding (RF-deadening material and RF Armor are strongly advised). airMAX TDMA multi-user access scheme permitting up to 100 clients per airMAX antenna. Note this diagram does not depict AirSync protocol.
High Speed Network Sharing
This 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.