What is AirFiber?
AirFiber is a Point-to-Point wireless platform from Ubiquiti Networks. It is a fixed wireless broadband technology that delivers high speeds and service of traditional broadband providers but is delivered wirelessly instead of through buried cables. AirFiber ushers in a new era in price-disruptive wireless technology, delivering amazing wireless gigabit+ performance, low latency, and long range, making it ideal for carrier backhaul, building-to-building enterprise use, or public safety applications.
What is the range of AirFiber?
According to NetWifiWorks.com, AirFiber provides a breakthrough in 24GHz backhaul performance with actual 1.4Gbps+ data throughput and up to 13 km range. Air Fiber 2X, 3X, 4X, and 5X range varies depending on the antenna gain, but a general rule would be 25 meters.
What is the cost of AirFiber?
The cost of AirFiber varies depending on the model and the vendor. For instance, the equipment cost for installation for the subscribers would be around Rs 3,000 according to The Indian Express.
What is the maximum speed of AirFiber?
The maximum speed of AirFiber varies depending on the model. For instance, the Air Fiber 5XHD features industry-leading 21.2 bps/Hz spectral efficiency, and line-rate data packet processing for up to 1.34 Gbps of real data throughput. The Air Fiber 60 LR can deliver up to 1.8 Gbps and up to 12 km. However, the maximum throughput will be limited by the AF24 (up to 6X, 64QAM).
What are the applications of Air Fiber?
Air Fiber is ideal for carrier backhaul, building-to-building enterprise use, or public safety applications. It is a truly revolutionary Point-to-Point wireless platform from Ubiquiti Networks that delivers amazing wireless gigabit+ performance, low latency, and long range. The cost-effective Ubiquiti Air Fiber range features the latest wireless technological advances and offers impeccable throughput at long ranges.
What is the difference between Air Fiber and AirMAX?
While there are largely technical and hardware differences in how AirMAX and Air Fiber send data using a single channel, just remember that in both cases it’s one side sending at a time. With AirMAX products, you choose one frequency and width. Both the AP and CPE use that same frequency/width to send data in both directions. The AF5 and AirMAX both do it by taking turns sending data, one side at a time. Air Fiber is designed for carrier backhaul, building-to-building enterprise use, or public safety applications.
What’s the difference between Jio Fiber and Jio AirFiber?
While Jio Fiber is a wired broadband service that uses fiber optic cables to provide internet connectivity, Jio AirFiber is a wireless broadband service that uses point-to-point radio links to connect the user’s homes and workplace to the Jio network.
Jio will launch Jio AirFiber
Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) President Kiran Thomas has said that JioAirFiber will be launched in the next few months.