IGNITENET METROLINQ 60GHZ Outdoor PTP 5GHZ INT. 42DBI & 22DBI ANTENNA 1Gbps Aggregate Throughput

IGNT-ML-60-35-US
ML-60-35-US
IgniteNet

$549.00

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IgniteNet MetroLinq 60GHz Outdoor PTP 5GHz Integrated 42dBi & 22dBi Antenna


IgniteNet's MetroLinq 60 is the world's first cost-effective 60GHz PTP radio enabling high performance, interference-free connections worldwide. The MetroLinq 60 has an added advantage of being license-free in most markets globally, allowing ultra fast deployment and without the hassle of other frequency bands requiring a license. The MetroLinq 60 also includes a second 5GHz radio which can be configured as PTP (backup) to provide integrated redundancy without any additional hardware or complexity!

Interference-Free & Unlicensed Band
The IgniteNet MetroLinq 60 offers unprecedented performance - combining both the benefits of unlicensed band operation with no interference!

Dual Band 60GHz & 5GHz Operation
The MetroLinq 60 includes a second 5GHz radio which can be configured as a backup to the 60GHz to provide automatic failover during adverse conditions. This allows links to be extended further without effecting link availability.

Powerful, Flexible Configuration
The MetroLinq 60 can operate either as a stand-alone device, easily meeting the requirements of any installation.

Robust Weather-Resistant Design
The MetroLinq 60 features a hybrid metal/plastic design built to withstand the harshest environments including precipitation, hot/cold weather and high/low humidity.

 

Available models

Model 5Ghz radio 60Ghz antenna 5Ghz antenna
MetroLinq™ 60-30-18 Sector  x
18dBi
14dBi
MetroLinq™ 60-35 PTP/Client  x
42dBi
22dBi
MetroLinq™ 60-35-1 PTP/Client  x
42dBi
2 x RPSMA
MetroLinq™ 60-19 PTP/Client  x
38dBi
16dBi
MetroLinq™ 60-19-1 PTP/Client
38dBi
2 x RPSMA

 

Product Condition New
Manufacturer part number ML-60-35-US
Manufacturer IgniteNet
Frequency 60GHz
 

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