Operating on the 11 GHz band, the airFiber X 11 GHz / 35 dBi Antenna from Ubiquiti Networks is designed to offer enhanced performance when compared to devices operating on the more congested 5 GHz band. This antenna features both SISO or 2x2 MIMO dual-polarity performance making it suitable for long-range point-to-point deployment. Installation is simple as the airFiber X 11 antenna is virtually plug-and-play, and with the ability to securely mount it to a pole, it is designed to stand up to harsh weather conditions.
The airFiber AF-11G35 antenna delivers SISO or 2x2 MIMO dual-polarity performance.
Upgrade to Licensed Full-Duplex 11 GHz
For existing Ubiquiti Networks AF-5 and AF-5U installations, the AF-11G35 provides a quick, convenient upgrade path to the licensed 11 GHz band. The airFiber AF-11G35 uses the same antenna mount as the airFiber AF-5 and AF-5U. By simply swapping out an AF-5 or AF-5U with the AF-11G35, you can quickly and easily upgrade an unlicensed, full-duplex 5 GHz link to a licensed, full-duplex 11 GHz link.
Incorporating a dish-reflector design for excellent beam directivity, the airFiber AF-11G35 antenna features robust mechanical design using industrial-strength hardware for outdoor applications.
The AF-11G35 antenna has a built-in mount for the AF-11FX radio, so installation requires no special tools. Snap the airFiber AF-11FX radio securely into place and mount the antenna; you then have the optimal airFiber X antenna and radio combination for your 11 GHz PtP application.
Secure pole-mounting maintains the position of the dish during harsh outdoor conditions.
Protective shroud protects the cables and connectors from the elements.
Integrated radome shields the radio from the environment.
Enhanced Mount Design
Lanyard loops assist in safely hoisting the antenna up a tower and into place.
Azimuth support brackets allow the antenna to be safely supported while the azimuth is adjusted.
Shared AF-5/AF-5U mount design facilitates upgrade of full-duplex links from unlicensed 5 GHz to licensed 11 GHz.