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RD-5G31-AC

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RD-5G31-AC

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Quick Overview

The RocketDish™ ac Antennas feature significant advances in scalability, noise isolation, and beam performance to complement the Rocket™5ac radios for Point‑to‑Point (PtP) bridging and backhauls. They are compatible with the RocketM5; however, optimal performance requires the Rocket5ac.

Models: RD‑5G31‑AC

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Product Description

Overview

The RocketDish RD-5G31-AC is a Carrier Class 2x2 Bridge Dish Antenna that was designed to seamlessly integrate with RocketM radios (RocketM sold separately).
Pair the RocketM’s radio with the RocketDish antenna’s reach to create the endpoint of a high-performance, Point-to-Point (PtP) backhaul. On the right is one example of how the RocketDish can be deployed.

Superior Performance

The Ubiquiti Research and Development team engineered the RocketDish RD-5G31-AC with high isolation and Front-to-Back (F/B) ratio. The main benefit is improved Signal-to-Noise Ratio (S/N or SNR). The improved F/B ratio and lower sidelobes reduce the interference from other transmitters in the area – potentially on the same tower. The improved S/N ratio allows a higher-order modulation to be used, for example, 256QAM rather than 16QAM. This in turn increases the number of bits per second for a fixed bandwidth, which is also known as the data rate. Because of its advanced engineering, the RocketDish RD-5G31-AC provides:
• Enhanced co-location
• Better performance
• Additional range

airMAX Technology*

Unlike standard Wi-Fi protocol, Ubiquiti’s Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) airMAX protocol allows each client to send and receive data using pre-designated time
slots scheduled by an intelligent AP controller. This “time slot” method eliminates hidden node collisions and maximizes airtime efficiency. It provides many magnitudes of performance improvements in latency, throughput, and scalability compared to all.