03-30-2014 11:56 PM
I just found this information on russian site and translate it. Original is on www.wmd.ru
Sorry for my bad english.
1. Horizontal polarization of UAP mounted on the wall (view "from the roof / floor").
2. Vertical polarization of UAP mounted on the wall (view "from the side of UAP").
3. Horizontal polarization of UAP mounted on the roof (view "from the side of UAP").
4. Vertical polarization of UAP mounted on the roof (view "from the roof / floor").
05-30-2014 09:12 AM
You guys could always use the FCC documents to find the antenna patterns. Use this search form:
Using "grantee code" as "swx" and "product code" as "-uap", like this:
It will display all info available for all APs on the UniFi line. This form can also be used to see all of ubiquiti's other products certification, the FCC IDs are all here: http://www.ubnt.com/compliance
To my mind it appears that the difficulty is only imaginary and not real. Rigidity and plasticity are not absolute terms but relative, and all solids are in fact both rigid and plastic. The apparent contrast between the two properties belongs to the laboratory and to those phenomena of nature involving small masses and small forces. When great masses and great forces are involved, as for example in the making of continents and mountain chains, the distinction loses value. - Grove Karl Gilbert
07-10-2015 02:33 PM
I was excited to see that antenna dispersion patterns were available on the fcc site. However, upon navigating to the site as you documented. I was unable to find documents covering antenna patterns.
09-22-2017 12:57 PM
Old thread but these are available on ubnt.com now (actually have been on here for about a year now):