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NanoBridge M5 Cost-Effective 5GHz 22dbi MIMO

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  • Outdoor MIMO 5GHz 200mW 22DBI
  • 150+ Mbps of real outdoor throughput
  • 20km+ range
  • Power over Ethernet
  • Operating Temperature: -30C to 75C
  • Operating Humidity: 5 to 95% condensing
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Product Description


Patent Pending InnerFeed Antenna Technology

Provides breakthrough MIMO antenna cost/performance. Higher Antenna Gain and even more cost-effective.

Compact and Robust Product Design

Very small visible footpint. Mechanical design provides complete weatherproof performance. Acitivity and signal strength LED's provided for installers. Enhanced RF and Ethernet ESD/Surge protection enables prolonged operation in harshest environments.

Breakthrough Wireless Performance, AirMax and AirControl Support
150+Mbps of real outdoor throughput and up to 20km+ range. NanoBridge M products utilize Ubiquiti's revolutionary AirMax TDMA protocol enabling scalable, carrier-class PtMP network performance. Additionally, AirControl application allows operators to centrally manage 100's of devices.

POE power supply / injector included. US Style Plug.

Frequency Range: 5.745-5.825 Ghz

Part number: NB-5G22-US

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 3.2 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0055PKSCK
  • Item model number: NB-5G22
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
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For the record I still love these units.
D. Shrock
I recommend the Radome cover for the NB M5 once you get it all set up.
gush
We went high in trees but did not have line of site.
Jim Harding

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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By D. Shrock on January 23, 2012
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I am not a person to type long reviews. So here is a short but very accurate review.
I am impressed. They out performed my expectations.
Our Setup:
Connect 2 Buildings .5 miles apart.
I had to turn the power of both NanoBridge all the way down from 23 dBm to 4 dBm as it was too "hot".
With both dishes turned all the way down. I still had a signal strength of -58dbm. (Almost ideal)
My CCQ was 99.1%.
I am getting 270mbs tx/rx rate.
Easy to align. (Although my line of sight was good)
If/when I need to buy a wireless bridge again. It will be Ubiquiti.
One last note: The community/resources available are top notch. Their Wiki is informative. You shouldn't have many issues a few well thought out searches won't fix.

Update: (3/17/2014)
Seeing as this ended up the most favorable review (Thank you all), I wanted to provide an update.
For the record I still love these units. I have bought quite a few more sets (no bad ones so far). So the comment about 10% bad from my perspective seems off, but that is just based on my experience.

Product Stability: (Set it and forget it)
I have a watchdog timer set to reboot if there is an issue and when I looked it has been over 400 days since last reboot. (They are plugged into UPS). I would give that 5 of 5 stars.
One side note: I am in Iowa, and we had a ridiculously cold winter, -20 was not uncommon. They performed flawlessly, which brings me to an important note.

Upgrades: I use the Radome Cover on all the units I buy in order to protect the unit from birds nests/ice. Radome Cover For Ubiquiti NanoBridge NB-5G22 (no longer available from Amazon)

Additional Note: These are not like you typical home networking equipment you buy at "insert retailer here".
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By pjones on January 2, 2014
I can't believe there aren't more reviews on these amazing devices! Sorry I don't want to over hype these too much but I've tried everything out there as far as long range client bridges and I finally found a pair of Ubiquiti M5's and will never go back. I was extremely impatient waiting for these in the mail but it was well worth the wait.
In my application I have a business a little over a mile away not quite line of sight, (few bushes, large trees, and hills) where I can't get fiber connected (only satellite) so I hooked these up and at my house I pay for 50mbps down/25mbps up speed and I pick up exactly the same speeds at my office. Setup took me a couple hours but I'm pretty green, I only have very basic networking knowledge but there are great setup/walk through guides on wiki etc. It really wasn't hard, just watch this video [...]
I have an Asus ac66u router on nano A's side (the house) and a Dlink Extreme N Duo AP/Bridge on Nano B's side (office). I have the M5's about 15-20 ft high on each side mounted to the sides of each building which was probably the most difficult part. The other nice thing was that the bridges showed up with the latest firmware out of the box.
You will not go wrong with a pair of these and especially for the price!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jim Harding on April 26, 2013
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Have a home a1/2 mile from my office. Can't get Internet at the house so I used two of these. Heavy pine trees and a medical building. We went high in trees but did not have line of site. Still getting 10 mb transfer speed. No down time. Amazing performance for the money. Easy set up although I have used similar products.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By cholito on March 19, 2013
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Put these radio's up 11 miles apart and they linked right up. I did have to do some fine tuning on them but they work great. Awesome price! Very simple to set up and use! A great product that i would recommend to others.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Ott on July 21, 2013
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When you buy these , make sure to buy 2 satellites , 1 where the internet is and 1 for where you want to receive internet. I live on top of a mountain 600ft above my brothers house where the internet is located, there are hundreds of trees in the way, Once I setup the satellites at both houses and pointed them toward each other and setup the static ip {192.168.1.20(default)} , I was getting about 30 to 40% signal through all the trees ( forest lol) , but once i took a chainsaw to about 90% of the trees in the line of sight of the satellites I have near to perfect signal. My father watches netflix on the ps3 in the living room while i am playing xbox live with full connection and about 30 m/s latency (ping). it takes about 10 min to put each satellite togeather, then 5 min to run the ethernet chord, and about 10 min of setup on the computer which i sugest that everyone YouTube a tutorial to setup so it goes quick. these are 23db antennas so i had to turn them down to about 8db in the config screen so they dont get too hot. Love Ubiquiti, these M5 will go about 15 miles (20km) at full 23db
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By gush on November 18, 2012
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I was really impressed by how well these bridges work, and how well they stand up to harsh environments. Bought one to get on the network in the desert at Burning Man, and became a UBNT evangelist -- have used their hardware on a bunch of work projects since. I recommend the Radome cover for the NB M5 once you get it all set up. I'm sure it can stand the test of time without it, but something about keeping the little transciever dongle dry makes me happy.
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