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AF-5XHD Part 101

Is Ubiqitui working on Part 101 certification for the AF-5XHD?

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Re: AF-5XHD Part 101

I can't speak for Ubiquiti, but why?  Part 101 is intended for FDD use, and TDD radios really screw things up there (see: B11).  Besides, the existing RFIC would only cover a few channels at the bottom end of 6 GHz.

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Re: AF-5XHD Part 101

I agree, however I can see applications for this.

 

Also, are we 100% sure that the AF-5XHD is limited to TDD?  The specs on the LTU chipset says its supports FDD.  Maybe UBNT just hasn't enabled that feature yet.

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Re: AF-5XHD Part 101

As far as I am aware this is not planned, but @UBNT-Gary can correct me if otherwise.
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Re: AF-5XHD Part 101

@keefe007 Technically there is no Part 101 5GHz rule that I am aware of other than maybe the small slice at the top of the band and across 6GHz.  The LTU chipset is fully capable of true FDD operation so there can be support for both TDD or FDD where it makes sense.

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Get it approved up to 6.2 ghz and I'll try a licensed 6 ghz link.

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Re: AF-5XHD Part 101

5925 - 6200 would allow part of the band.

 

I think the whole band is 5925-6875 MHz.

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