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Published on March 21st, 2016 | by Craig Herrett

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Ubiquiti announce the airFiber AF-11X, purpose‑built for outdoor, PtP bridging and carrier‑class network backhauls using 11GHz

The Ubiquiti airFiber AF11X is purpose‑built for outdoor, PtP bridging and carrier‑class network backhauls using the licensed 11 GHz radio band, which is significantly less crowded than the 5 GHz band.

Surpassing conventional wireless backhauls, the airFiber AF11X from Ubiquiti supports the dense modulation rates, up to 1024QAM, that are required for high data rates, up to 1.2+ Gbps of real throughput.

The airFiber AF11X offers multiple power source options and antenna versatility. PoE and DC power are supported so you have the flexibility to power the AF11X separately from Ethernet traffic, and ruggedized N-type connectors can connect to a variety of antenna configurations.

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The airFiber AF11X can use single or bonded channels (SISO or MIMO), depending on your specific licensing requirements. A wide array of channel sizes are available to suit your deployment needs, and you can independently configure TX and RX channel frequencies to suit multiple regulatory regions.

Deploy the airFiber AF11X for high‑band or low‑band use in the 10.7 – 11.7 GHz radio band. The modular duplexing filter is reversible to suit multiple frequency configurations, and there is an option for enhanced FDD performance without the use of a duplex filter, through the use of a new 4‑port, high‑isolation antenna (optional).

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