Ubiquiti NanoBeam M5 16 / 19 dBi Wireless Bridge Video Review / Unboxing

Alex Miller, part of the Technical Sales team at 4Gon Solutions takes a look at the Ubiquiti NanoBeam M5 16 and 19 dBi models.

The Ubiquiti NanoBeam M5 builds on the platform laid by the Ubiquiti NanoStation. Offering double the antenna performance and housed in a 4 part, screwless design, the NanoBeam is set to reinvent CPE. The NanoBeam is both pole and wall mountable, featuring a revolutionary ball and socket mechanism.

Ubiquiti NanoBeam M5 16dBi Wireless Bridge
http://www.4gon.co.uk/ubiquiti-nanobeam-m5-16dbi-wireless-bridge-p-5999.html

Ubiquiti NanoBeam M5 19dBi Wireless Bridge
http://www.4gon.co.uk/ubiquiti-nanobeam-m5-19dbi-wireless-bridge-p-6002.html

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Comments

Kevin Robles says:

Does the entire throughput work at about 9km range?

Anshul Kapoor says:

Worst product of ubiquiti when I increase the output power to 26dbm it will go dead. I had tried on 4 nanobeams m5 19 all are dead.
Company is also not replying about this problem.
Don’t buy this product.

iCjay says:

Never had a problem with it, worked great for me.

StadBobejaan says:

This is the worst Ubiquiti product to date, lining up the units up to 1km OK, try pushing it up to 5km, then talk again about the easy mounting kit.
I removed that silly joystick looking thing and mounted it on a L plate, makes it easier to align. That mounting method is ok if you wanna link it to your nabours house not for extended links. Do the designers actually test to see if theie mounting designs work.

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