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Published on February 24th, 2015 | by David Frith

Ubiquiti airMAX Sector Antenna Video Review / Unboxing

Today at 4G TV we look at the Ubiquiti airMAX Sector Antenna.

Ubiquiti airMax Sector Antennas use patent-pending next-generation technology, achieving gain, cross-pol isolation, and beamshaping characteristics.

Watch the video above for more information on the Ubiquiti airMAX Sector Antennas.

Ubiquiti airMAX Sector Antenna – Transcript

4Gon:

Hello and welcome to 4G TV, 4Gon Solutions’ product review channel.

I’m Alex Miller, part of the technical sales team at 4Gon Solutions and our sister company VoIPon, both leading distributors of communications equipment and serving customers worldwide.

Today we’re going to look at the Ubiquiti airMAX Sector antennas, directional antennas designed for use with Ubiquiti Rocket devices.

So let’s get started.

The AM 2G 16 comes complete with:

  • The airMAX antenna,
  • Weatherproof RF jumpers,
  • Rocket M bracket,
  • Mounting hardware,
  • And documentation.

Ubiquiti sector antennas are also sold in Titanium versions (AM-V2G-TI AM-V5G-TI). These feature the same technology inside, but add a tough, weatherproof enclosure to withstand even the harshest outdoor environments.

The AM 2G16 we have here has features that include:

  • 16 dBi gain for high speed data transfer over long distances,
  • 2.4GHz operation to ensure compatibility with most wireless networking devices,
  • 90 degree operation for high power, directional connectivity,
  • and it utilises airMAX technology for intelligent management of your devices.

Connecting a Rocket M device to the airMAX sector creates a powerful, directional basestation. The weatherproof casing and wind survivability of up to 125 miles per hour will ensure you stay connected even in harsh environments.

Sector antennas that operate on the 5 GHz band for greater speed are also available. The AM 5G20 and 5G19 both use this frequency. The 5G19 also features 120 degree operation.

The AMO 2G16 and 2G15 both operate at 2.4GHz, with the 2G15 also featuring 120 degree operation.

After reviewing the airMAX sector antennas, we’ve given them a 4Gon Rating of Nine out of Ten.

These devices typically deliver more power than an Omnidirectional antenna, but are restricted by coverage. For a high power and flexible installation, three 120 degree sector antennas can be purchased to create 360 degree coverage with unbeatable power.

So that was our review of the Ubiquiti airMAX sector antenna.

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