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This category includes pre-configured and pre-tested Point-to-Point (PtP) Bridge links. All you have to do is mount them, point the two ends at each other, and power up.

What is a PtP Bridge Link?

In simple terms, you can think of this as a LAN cable in the sky. Typical applications include:

  • Extending the LAN from one building to another
  • Providing a link from a remote Video Camera back to a main building
  • etc.

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Features of our PtP Bridge links

  • Pre-configured: We configure to Ubiquiti best practices.
  • Max Power: Each unit is set to its maximum transmit power (not exceeding legal power limit for Australia), ensuring the strongest, fastest link.
  • Encrypted: Each link is encrypted with a unique passphrase to keep your link secure.

Things to look for

  • Range: The quoted ranges are for links, with absolute Clear Line Of Sight (cLOS) between the antennas and no interference. The way these products work is that as the distance between the antennas increases, the signal level drops and the speed drops to compensate. For each product we quote two Range/Speed pairs.
    1. Full Speed: This fastest this product can operate. The range shown is the maximum distance over which this speed can be expected.
    2. (Approx.) Half Speed: The range shown is distance over which this reduced speed (or better) can be expected. Beyond this range, the PtP link can still operate, but the speed drops even lower.
  • Speed: Different products can transmit data at different speeds. Some have 100Mbps Ethernet LAN ports (limiting real one-way transfers to about 90Mbps). Others have 1000Mbps (Gigabit) Ethernet LAN ports and are capable of links with speeds up to 440Mbps. For simple Internet sharing (where even NBN speeds are commonly less than 100Mbps), a 100Mbps product is more than sufficient.
  • Frequency Band: There are two frequency bands available.
    • 5 GHz: Only suited where there is absolute Clear Line of Site (cLOS) between the two antennas.
    • 2.4 GHz: Better penetration through MINOR obstructions (e.g. 1 small tree). More subject to interference from neighbourhood WiFi access points.
    • 900 MHz: This frequency can penetrate obstructions and is suitable for some non-Line of Sught (nLOS) appliactions. Because the frequency is close to the 850 MHz used by some mobile phone towers, Australian government regulations limit the maxiumum transmit power (EIRP) and bandwidth (Channel Width), which reduces the effective range and speed of 900 MHz links. However, for relatively short, obstructed links, 900 MHz can save the day where 2.4 and 5 GHz will not work.

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Point-to-Multipoint Request

Point-to-Multipoint Request

Applications Extending internet from 'main' building to other buildingsLinking IP cameras back to main building... Instructions Follow the link below to tell us …

Model
INFO-PtMP
Point-to-Multipoint Set - 120 degree x 350 m

Point-to-Multipoint Set - 120 degree x 350 m

Specifications Data throughput160 Mbps (one-way)
220 Mbps (two-way, aggregate) Range
(clear line-of-sight between antennas)
Worst case (beam edge) figures shown350 m (full speed)
700 m …

Model
PtMP-120-350M
Availabilty
20
Point-to-Multipoint Set - 120 degree x 700 m

Point-to-Multipoint Set - 120 degree x 700 m

Specifications Data throughput160 Mbps (one-way)
220 Mbps (two-way, aggregate) Range
(clear line-of-sight between antennas)
Worst case (beam edge) figures shown700m (full speed)
1.4 km (25% …

Model
PtMP-120-700M
Availabilty
20
Point-to-Multipoint Set - 360 degree x 1600 m

Point-to-Multipoint Set - 360 degree x 1600 m

Specifications Data throughput160 Mbps (one-way)
220 Mbps (two-way, aggregate) Range
(clear line-of-sight between antennas)
Worst case (beam edge) figures shown1600 m (full speed)
3200 m …

Model
PtMP-360-1600M
Availabilty
20
Point-to-Multipoint Set - 360 degree x 800 m

Point-to-Multipoint Set - 360 degree x 800 m

Specifications Data throughput160 Mbps (one-way)
220 Mbps (two-way, aggregate) Range
(clear line-of-sight between antennas)
Worst case (beam edge) figures shown800 m (full speed)
1600 m …

Model
PtMP-360-800M
Availabilty
20
Point-to-Multipoint Set - 60 degree x 1000 m

Point-to-Multipoint Set - 60 degree x 1000 m

Specifications Data throughput91 Mbps (one-way)
150 Mbps (two-way, aggregate) Range
(clear line-of-sight between antennas)
Worst case (beam edge) figures shown1000 m (full speed)
2000 m …

Model
PtMP-60-1000M
Availabilty
10
Point-to-Multipoint Set -120 degree - Loco5AC

Point-to-Multipoint Set -120 degree - Loco5AC

Please see PTMP-120-350M …

Model
PtMP-120-LOCO5AC
PtMP Configuration - 1 Device

PtMP Configuration - 1 Device

Includes Configuration to Best Practices Testing …

Model
PtMP-Config
Availabilty
60
PtMP-Extra Node Loco5AC

PtMP-Extra Node Loco5AC

This product is intended to be purchased together with a PtMP Set. It adds an additional location (node) to the …

Model
PtMP-EXN-LOCO5AC
Availabilty
60
PtMP-Extra Node LocoM2

PtMP-Extra Node LocoM2

This product is intended to be purchased together with a PtMP Set. It adds an additional location (node) to the …

Model
PtMP-EXN-LOCOM2
Availabilty
32
PtMP-Extra Node NBE-5AC

PtMP-Extra Node NBE-5AC

This product is intended to be purchased together with a PtMP Set. It adds an additional location (node) to the …

Model
PtMP-EXN-NBE5AC
Availabilty
60
PtP Bridge Link - 0.2 km, 1700 Mbps, 60 GHz

PtP Bridge Link - 0.2 km, 1700 Mbps, 60 GHz

View product details and price Applications File sharing between buildings Internet/email connection extension to a remote building Video surveillance using …

Model
PTP-UBB
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