We have loved using airFiber for the last few years.
Perfect reliability, price and performance has revolutionised what we can deliver to customers.
Nice! thank you for sharing.
Not sure what you are referring to phillmobile. Certainly I'm familiar with all the Ubiquiti documentation. I'd be grateful if you could explain in more detail. All I can say is that the links pictured are working perfectly. Architects and developers usually have their own ideas and constraints on positioning to preserve a new buildings silhouette.
The AF24 is truly a work of art
There's always a critic. Looks good to me! Awesome product.
Your links look great! What is the maximum number of airFiber you have colocated on one tower?
Thanks Signa, appreciate the comment. Salvador the most aF24 we have on one tower is 4 but I'd happily put a few more there. The way the antennas work and are so directional means we can reuse the available channels over and over again with zero interference it's been a game changer for us. The only thing that comes close is E-Band 60-80GHz but at a higher price and some class license requirements. Do you think Ubiquiti will have 60-80GHz products in the future?
Time to replace some more of those FSO links?
Still trying to find an excuse to buy my first airfiber!
has 14.6 air fibers installed and still someone says he's doing it wrong...gotta love that.
I like the photos...they give me bad ideas! (bad for the pocketbook that is)
@phillmobile that comment holds about as well as a 5 Mile AF24 link in a snowstorm
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