Ubiquiti LTU LR - Long Range
5GHz PtMP LTU Long-Range Client
Ubiquiti LTU LR - 5GHz PtMP LTU Long-Range Client
Incorporates Ubiquiti’s proprietary LTU technology
Long-Range 26dBi Antenna with High-Power InnerFeed®
10/20/30/40/50 MHz Channel Width Flexibility
Central configuration management from AP side
Automatic power adjustments
Router mode support
Range up to 30km
Designed for long-range applications, the LTU LR is a 5GHz subscriber station that functions as a CPE (Customer Premises Equipment) in a Point-to-MultiPoint (PtMP) environment with the LTU Rocket® as the basestation.
Ubiquiti’s InnerFeed technology integrates the radio into the feedhorn of a 26dBi antenna, so there is no need for a cable. This improves performance because it eliminates cable losses.
The LTU LR directs RF energy in a tighter beamwidth. With the focus in one direction, the LTU LR blocks or spatially filters out noise to improve noise immunity. This is especially important in an area crowded with other RF signals of the same or similar frequency.
The LTU LR features a large reflector size and easy elevation adjustment (azimuth is adjusted by rotation around the pole).
The LTU LR can use different frequencies for TX and RX to avoid interference.
The LTU LR supports both bridged and built-in hardware NAT router modes to suit your specific deployment.
Channel Width Flexibility
Channel width flexibility allows independent TX and RX channel frequency configurations anywhere within the radio band to avoid local interference.
Auto Power Adjustments
By default, the Auto Output Power* option allows the LTU Rocket to set the output power (EIRP) to the appropriate level.
The LTU Rocket can use different frequencies for TX and RX to avoid interference.
The LTU Rocket's target TX output power controls each station's TX output power. A PtMP network can manage signal levels to enhance network stability and achieve optimal wireless performance with the highest possible modulation.
To manage the LTU Rocket, you have two options: the LTU Configuration Interface and Ubiquiti Network Management System (UNMS™). Either option lets you manually configure the LTU Rocket. The LTU Rocket can also be used to automatically configure the stations. On each station, use the Find My AP feature to scan for APs using the same channel bandwidth, select the appropriate LTU Rocket, and then use it to configure the station.