Full-Duplex, Point-to-Point Gigabit Radio
House in a compact, highly efficient form factor, airFiber delivers amazing wireless gigabit+ performance, low latency, and long-range.
Ubiquiti airFiber ushers in a new era in price-disruptive wireless technology ideal for carrier backhaul, building-to-building enterprise use, or public safety applications.
Superior Throughput with No RF Losses
airFiber® is a sophisticated system robust enough to perform in the harshest RF noise environments. Designed for high-performance backhauls and outdoors, PtP (Point-to-Point) bridging, airFiber AF24 efficiently delivers up to 1.5+ Gbps, aggregate throughput. airFiber prevails over expensive and labor-intensive wired infrastructure.
Innovative Zero IF Radio
Designed with two multiplexed transmitters and two multiplexed receivers, the airFiber radio is a direct-conversion radio that generates and decodes the received signal at baseband, so there is no intermediate frequency and virtually no signal loss between the radio and antenna.
Flexible FPGA Architecture
The highly flexible FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) architecture can be further field-optimized through firmware upgrades. airFiber features both sophistication and re-programmability.
Revolutionary Media Access Control
The R&D team created a new MAC (Media Access Control), which is the link between the radio control (FPGA) and the physical network. All real-time packet processing is placed in dedicated parallel hardware rather than in software. All real-time functions related to digital signal processing and coding are handled in fully custom hardware that is reconfigurable.
Multiple Input, Multiple Output Spatial Multiplexing
airFiber incorporates an OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing) system to use linear, 2×2, MIMO (Multiple Input, Multiple Output) spatial multiplexing– enhanced spectral efficiency and the ability to maintain reliable links in poor propagation environments.
Time and Bandwidth Resource Management
airFiber automatically scales its modulation based on channel quality but has the ability to be reconfigured from a time/bandwidth perspective to enable the best possible performance in a wide variety of deployment scenatios.