The IsoStation M5 provides high isolation solutions in fixed beamwidth increments through interchangeable horn antennas that have been optimized for an urban environment. The tailored antenna radiation patterns spatially filters both in-band and out-of-band spurious RF emissions to increase the noise immunity of the IsoStation M5. This feature is especially important in an increasingly congested RF environment.
Asymmetrical horn antenna options (60° and 90°) have naturally attenuated side lobes and extremely low back radiation, and they offer industry-leading front-to-back ratio and low side lobe radiation. Symmetrical horn antennas (30° and 45°, the default) are ideal for cluster sector installations with high co-location requirements.
High MAC efficiency provides ±80% PHY RATE throughput.
With flexible sectorization for optional antenna beamwidths, the horn antenna is interchangeable and improves beam-shaping for specific deployment and environment needs. The IsoStation M5 uses horn antenna sectors designed for increased co-location performance without sacrificing gain.
Providing high throughput and an innovative form factor, the IsoStation M5 is versatile and cost-effective to deploy.
Symmetrical horn antennas (30° and 45° versions) offer breakthrough scalability options for wireless systems. They are ideal for cluster sector installations with high co-location requirements.
Unique beam performance and great co-location characteristics allow for a higher density of sectors than traditional sector technology.
Asymmetrical horn antennas (60° and 90° versions) are designed to have attenuated side lobes and extremely low back radiation. They offer best front-to-back ratio in the industry and the lowest side lobe radiation.
174 x 174 x 150 mm (6.85 x 6.85 x 5.91")
131 x 131 x 65 mm (5.16 x 5.16 x 2.56")
725.7 g (1.6 lb)
408.2 g (0.9 lb)
24V, 0.5A Gigabit PoE Adapter
45° (Default Horn)
(1) 10/100/1000 Ethernet Port
MIPS 74 Kc
64 MB DDR2
200 km/h (125 mph)
Worldwide: 5150 - 5875 MHz???????
USA: U-NII-1: 5150 - 5250 MHz
USA: U-NII-3: 5725 - 5850 MHz