Improve network relationships such as those located in various locations through the RocketDish 5G30.
The RocketDish 5G30 has been designed for certain base stations such as AirMax and Rocket M. Thus, the installation process is very simple and fast. In fact, there’s no need to use any special tools for attachment. All you need to do is to snap the dish along with the mount, and you’re good to go. It’s very secure with very little movement. This is important since you also want to achieve stability when it comes to signal strength and transmission.
2×2 MIMO Technology
The dish has a carrier-class antenna that supports 2×2 MIMO technology for a stronger and more reliable Internet throughput. This also allows the RocketDish 5G30 to work as an effective point-to-point bridge connecting two LAN networks that are not necessarily found in the same location.
The RocketDish 5G30 has a very long range of more or less 50 kilometers, making it an ideal solution for networks that are found in clustered buildings, remote offices, and even a neighborhood. The Internet speed is pegged at around 150 mbps, which is sufficient for various network and online applications such as the sharing of data, e-mailing, browsing, and chatting. The antenna makes use of a dual-linear polarity with a high cross-polarization isolation of at least 35dB. The potential gain from the dish is high as well, between 28 and 30.25 dBi. It has an H-pol and V-pol beam width of 5 degrees and a front or back ratio of -34dB.
The RocketDish 5G30 also encourages a more stable Internet throughput with very minimal interference because of its high frequency range, which is from 4.9 to 5.90GHz. The high frequency means you don’t have to go through the 2.4GHz which is often noisy since a lot of devices are using it.
|Operating Frequency||5.1-5.8 GHz|
|Frequency Range||4.9 – 5.8 GHz|
|Gain||4.9 GHz: 26 dBi
5 – 5.9 GHz: 30 dBi
|Antenna beam width||HPOL Beamwidth: 5° (3 dB)
VPOL Beamwidth: 5° (3 dB)