Powerbridge M is an application having a panel antenna design and dual-polarity performance, the PowerBridge M is ideal for Point-to-Point (PtP) bridging applications that require a compact form factor.
The PowerBridge is a slim-profile, high-performance panel antenna that provides a wind-loading advantage and improved aesthetics over dish deployment.
The PowerBridge M features an all-in-one design for easy installation.
Ubiquiti’s airMAX technology embedded in it is proven in millions of deployments worldwide, exhibiting outstanding performance in outdoor environments.
The TDMA airMAX protocol enables unprecedented scalability, high throughput and low latency in unlicensed, multipoint networks.
The firmware technology inside it enables a very high-performance, outdoor multi-point networking. Also provides features such as custom wireless settings, bridge or routing configuration and system management services.
There are several types of power bridge based on their configuration, the recent one is PowerBridge M10 which is a rugged, hi-power, 2×2 MIMO radio with enhanced receiver performance using the super-high 10 GHz radio frequency.
It features high range performance and breakthrough speed (150+Mbps real TCP/IP). The PowerBridge M10 radio pairs seamlessly with the included Carrier Class PowerBridge M10 dish antenna, to create powerful PtP bridging applications.
Just like the basic standard Wi-Fi protocol, Ubiquiti’s new feature called Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) enables every client to send and receive data using pre-designated time slots processed by an incredible AP controller.
The method called “time slot” method eliminates hidden node collisions and maximizes air time efficiency. It also enables provision of many magnitudes of improvements of performance in latency, and scalability compared to all other outdoor systems in its class.
The major Priority is given to voice/video for highly seamless access.
•Scalability High capacity and scalability.
•Long Distance Capable of high-speed 20km+ links. That's pretty long, wouldn't you say?
•Latency Multiple features dramatically reduce noise