What is MikroTik antenna?

The Light Head Grid (LHG 5) is a compact and light 5GHz 802.11 a/n wireless device with an integrated dual polarization 24.5 dBi grid antenna. The LHG 5 is perfect for point to point links or for use as a CPE at longer distances and supports Nv2 TDMA protocol. The LHG 5 grid design ensures protection against wind.

What is MikroTik radio?

Mikrotik’s OmniTIK U-5HnD is a weatherproof outdoor AP with dual-polarized omni antennas, a 5GHz 400mw 2×2 MIMO radio, and 5 10/100 ethernet ports – Ltd time special! Dual polarization 802.11n and Nv2 TDMA technology help to achieve even 200Mbit real throughput speed – New!

What is a wireless wire?

The Wireless Wire is a ground breaking solution which offers fiber speed and quality for a fraction of the price. This amazing kit replaces your Gigabit ethernet cable with two small devices that connect to each other over a 60 GHz wireless link.

What is MikroTik router used for?

MikroTik RouterOS is the operating system that can be used to modify the computer system into a reliable network router, includes various features which made for IP networks and wireless networks, suitable for use by ISPs and hotspot providers.

Which is better MikroTik vs Ubiquiti?

Both offer routers, switches, hotspot devices, and management software to manage and control the network. In general, MikroTik offers more granular flexibility at the cost of usability, while Ubiquiti offers a smoother, albeit more rigid, user experience.

What is Lora MikroTik?

MikroTik Routerboard wAP LoRa8 kit is a LoRaWAN gateway that contains a pre-installed UDP packet forwarder and an outdoor weatherproof wireless access point with 2.4 GHz WLAN interface and Ethernet port that could be used as a backend. Its technical specifications can be found in the MikroTik official documentation.

What is MikroTik Mtcna?

Course Description The MikroTik Certified Network Associate (MTCNA) course was designed to make students familiar with RouterOS software and RouterBoard products. After successfully completing the course, students will be able to configure, manage, troubleshoot a MikroTik router and provide basic services to clients.

Is wireless Internet better than wired?

Wired networks are generally much faster than wireless networks. This is mainly because a separate cable is used to connect each device to the network with each cable transmitting data at the same speed. A wired network is also faster since it never is weighed down by unexpected or unnecessary traffic.

Is MikroTik good for home use?

Software is definitely MikroTik’s forte. If you are looking at setting up anything more advanced in your home network, MikroTik probably has the the most capable networking gear you can find at a price point that is still friendly to consumers.

What is better than MikroTik?

Cisco switches are undisputedly better than Mikrotik switches, more reliable, and more flexible to adapt to users’ resources.

What is Calea MikroTik?

1 CALEA features included in RouterOS. 2 CALEA-server package. 3 Calea user. 4 Intercepting Packet Flow. 5 Data Retention Server.

What is the frequency range supported by MikroTik devices?

MikroTik 802.11ad devices support frequency range: 57240 MHz – 67080 MHz, frequency and channel use can be limited if “region” parameter is used. In order to connect devices they need to be in direct visibility, “scan-list” on client device needs to include “frequency” used on AP device.

Why is there No Cee on the MikroTik antennas?

There is no “Cee” because that would equal 3x20MHz combined channels to make a 60Mhz channel, Mikrotik currently only has 20/40/80 channel width available for AC. If the antenna is has 2 spatial streams (dual-chain) then you will see 2x 80Mhz, not 2x160Mhz, equaling the equivalent of 866Mbps link speed.

What is the link speed of a 2x160mhz antenna?

If the antenna is has 2 spatial streams (dual-chain) then you will see 2x 80Mhz, not 2x160Mhz, equaling the equivalent of 866Mbps link speed. Single chain (1 spatial stream) = 433Mpbs link speed.

What is the minimal configuration for transparent wireless link?

Minimal configuration for transparent wireless link is matching SSID, correct mode (bridge || station-bridge) and Wireless and Ethernet interfaces put in same bridge. In current example we will look at usage case where wAP60G AP is used as Access Point, wAP60G and Wireless Wire kit devices are used as Station devices, forming 4 unit network.