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Do you need to set up your own reliable network on a vast area of a dozen kilometres in radius or even more? How about a sensible budget? When wiring your connection on the land is not really an option, there is hardly competition to Ubiquity with their NanoStation M series line of products. 

Do you need to set up your own reliable network on a vast area of a dozen kilometres in radius or even more? How about a sensible budget? When wiring your connection on the land is not really an option, there is hardly competition to Ubiquity with their NanoStation M series line of products.

Every model is powered with Power Over Ethernet (PoE) technology meaning you only need single cable for data and power for your base station. NanoStation M2 (https://www.eurodk.com/en/products/nanostations/nanostation-m2) and M5 (https://www.eurodk.com/en/products/nanostations/nanostation-m5) are even conveniently equipped with second Ethernet port with power controlled in software if you need to set up an IP camera somewhere next to it and even being able to power cycle it remotely, again over that single cable.

NanoStation’s main features

M series base station is designed for the two use cases:

  • a direct bridge connection between two stations (PtP);
  • a network where one station serves multiple client ones (PtMP).

Double MIMO radio setup ensures unobstructed two-way communication over 15+ kilometres range. For multipoint setup, Ubiquity boasts its in-house developed AirMax communication protocol. Based on Time Division Multiple Access designs it ensures there are virtually zero collisions in wireless signalling for the lowest delays possible.

Connect a house miles away with no cable dragging

With M series NanoStations, you won’t need to pull a cable over ten kilometres, not to mention buying that expensive cable and worrying about its integrity. You’ll need a cable to connect your station upon the vantage point once and that’s it.

Over 150 Mbps of actual TCP/IP throughput with a wireless signal guaranteed. Never worry about signal inconsistency or varying connection speed. These devices were specifically designed and tested for outdoor communication of carrier-grade quality.

Extremely high capacity with AirMax protocol

When thinking of a conventional Wi-Fi network even with the strongest signal, the issue remains of the packet loss when multiple clients are connected. That’s because devices have no way of knowing when to listen or transmit packets with regard to other clients in the network. A feature for this only started appearing in some devices supporting Wi-Fi 6 and it will take years before it’s fully adopted. Ubiquity solves this by implementing its own TDMA protocol meaning every station has the exact timing and band to transmit their piece of data guaranteed to be clear of collisions and noise.

AirMax allows for hundreds of devices in capacity all in the same network. The time slots for each station ensure the lowest latency possible and their custom QoS algorithm makes sure real-time streaming of voice and video is at the highest priority.

Ubiquity’s NanoStation is probably the best buy for super stable long range and high capacity comms. At this pricing, it’s a steal for both business and private sector.

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