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Model: AF-2G24-S45 airFiber X Antenna Slant 45 Antenna for airFiber The AF-2G24-S45 24 dBi Antenna for airFiber X 2.4 GHz Carrier Backhaul Antenna from Ubiquiti Networks is designed to be paired with an airFiber X radio as part of a large point-to-point network. By integrating this antenna into your network setup you benefit from increased performance on the 2.4 GHz frequency. With a 2x2 dual-polarity antenna configuration, the antenna/radio configuration is perfect for handling high-density network traffic. The rugged external housing ensures the antenna can withstand harsh weather conditions, while plug-and-play setup eliminates the need for special tools during installation. Performance The airFiber X antenna delivers 2x2 dual-polarity performance. The airFiber X antenna along with an airFiber X radio can be deployed as endpoints in a backhaul link to deliver bandwidth from a WISP network out to a neighborhood tower. From there, an airMAX Sector antenna with a Rocket radio delivers bandwidth to the WISP's customers. Carrier-Class Construction Incorporating a dish reflector design for improved beam directivity, the airFiber X antennas feature enhanced mechanical design using industrial-strength hardware for outdoor application use. Plug-and-Play Integration airFiber X antennas and airFiber X radios have been designed to seamlessly work together. Every airFiber X antenna has a built-in airFiber X radio mount, so installation requires no special tools. Snap the airFiber X radio securely into place and mount the antenna; you then have the optimal combination of airFiber X antenna and airFiber X radio for your PtP application. Mechanical Design Secure Pole-Mounting maintains the position of the dish during harsh outdoor conditions. Low-Profile Form Factor of the AF-5G23-S45 Reduces wind-loading. Weatherproof Design Protective Shroud protects the cables and connectors from the el
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