Ubiquiti Networks Rocket M900 MIMO airMAX BaseStation features enhanced radio performance and waterproof, durable construction. Its carrier-class capabilities provide speeds of up to 150+ Mbps. The M900 features Ethernet (10/100 Mbps) connection that delivers high throughput for reliable data transfers. The rugged enclosure is designed to improve performance in harsh RF environments and in volatile weather conditions.
The M900 may be deployed in PtP bridging or PtMP airMAX BaseStation applications. It supports plug-and-play integration with your choice of airMAX antennas. This versatility gives network architects unparalleled flexibility and convenience. Plus, Ubiquiti’s Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) airMAX protocol allows each client to send and receive data using pre-designated time slots, scheduled by an intelligent AP controller. Other features include airView advanced spectrum analyzer functionality, access to airControl network management tools, and the convenience of an intuitive user interface design thanks to the airOS 5 operating system.
- Operates in 900 MHz Frequency Band
- Designed with airMAX TDMA Technology
- Supports 150+ Mbps Transmission Speeds
- Works Seamlessly with airMAX Antennas
- airView Spectrum Analyzer Functionality
- airOS 5 with Intuitive User Interface
- airControl Web-Based Network Management
- Supports Long-Range PtMP & PtP Bridging
- Outdoor UV Stabilized Plastic Enclosure
- Constructed with Multiple LED Indicators
Plug and Play Integration
Rocket™ radios seamlessly work together with airMAX® Sector, RocketDish™, Omni and Yagi antennas for PtP and PtMP links. Every airMAX antenna has a built-in Rocket mount, so no tools are needed to install the Rocket.
Ubiquiti’s airMAX® technology is proven in millions of deployments worldwide, exhibiting outstanding performance in outdoor environments. The TDMA airMAX protocol enables unprecedented scalability, high throughput and low latency in unlicensed, multipoint networks.
The airView® Spectrum Analyzer allows operators to identify noise signatures and analyze frequency usage and activity levels onsite, so new access points can be set up on the least-used channels to optimize wireless performance.