Mimosa B5 Gigabit PTP Backhaul
NOTE: These Mimosa radios are sold individually. 2 Radios are required for a complete link.
Mimosa B5 antennas are light weight, and easily deployed. Order the B5 online today, or contact GNS Wireless directly at (516) 214-0321. If you have questions regarding your link distance or would like some estimates regarding the mimosa B5 range and speed you will see at your distance, give us a call.
Leveraging 802.11ac, 4×4:4 MIMO and radical engineering for service providers that demand the same capacity, speed and reliability as fiber. With 1.7 Gbps PHY and a unique spin on reliability, the Mimosa B5 gigabit wireless backhaul is re-defining gigabit wireless technology. Provide a complete, point to point link, for any distance up to 5 miles (on average), with clear, unobstructed line of sight, and use this easy to install wireless bridge kit. User interface allows custom traffic splits to maximize throughput in the downlink direction. The Mimosa B5 Backhaul is IP67 rated for outdoor use.
The Mimosa B5 gigabit wireless backhaul is capable of 1 Gbps throughput, a low 2 ms latency and has an integrated dual-polarized antenna with 25 dBi of gain. Ready to handle the next wave of 5 GHz, the B5 is operational from 5150-5850 MHz*. This is a full duplex point to point wireless ethernet bridge. Using the web based interface, you can manually or automatically set the transmit and receive channels to maximize range and interference avoidance. The exact range of the B5 and B5c will depend on line of sight. The Mimosa B5C requires an external antenna, however the mimosa B5 uses an integrated 25dBi antenna.
Dual Link revolutionizes backhaul reliability by load balancing across two non-contiguous channels to avoid outages due to interference. If one channel experiences interference the radio maintains connection while simultaneously searching for new replacement channel.
Additionally, Dual Link adds value by easing difficulties when searching for available spectrum in congested areas. Now, bandwidth can be split across two different channels. Experience the same throughput, with less complication.
For the highest interference environments, the new TDMA-FD (Frequency Diversity) feature allows each radio to operate on a separate preferred RX channel that is optimal for local interference. After the RX window has completed, the radio then flips channels to TX on the preferred channel of the remote side radio. This mode can be enabled for 1 x 20/40/80 MHz modes, for IP throughputs up to 750 Mbps.
Local and Network-Wide Spectrum Multiplication
With scarce spectrum and lots of traffic to transmit, collocation of devices is a must. While this has been a constant struggle for most of the products on the market, the B5 takes an advanced approach. Using standard GPS and GLONASS for sync, we can ensure that all radios on the network are transmitting and receiving at the same time to avoid any interference. For even more protection, we use the most advanced RF isolation on the market, allowing radios to operate in close proximity to one another.
Stream Power Peaking– Multi-stream MIMO radios normally settle on the lowest MCS rate across all the streams, severely degrading performance. Mimosa’s backhaul radios constantly advise the remote-side radio of individual stream receive levels, increasing those signal levels to meet the highest common attainable MCS rate.
Predictive AGC– When there’s a consistent signal from a single client, Mimosa’s Automatic Gain Control narrows the gain window of the receive signal amplitude for the next incoming packets (by 8 dB) to accelerate packet signal level detection.
Precision Receive Activation– A technique by which the receiver is precision-activated only when packets are expected to arrive over the link. Thus reducing the potential interference typically seen if a receiver prematurely begins decoding.
Mimosa B5 vs. Ubiquiti
Many customers are comparing the new Mimosa B5 5GHz wireless backhaul to the Ubiquiti AF5. Although feedback varies based on customer application, the Mimosa Wireless backhaul B5 is standing up quite well to the larger Ubiquiti AirFiber AF5. The airfiber is almost double in size, so installation is much more time consuming. The Mimosa Wireless B5, has a much smaller form factor, an even with a large 25dBi integrated antenna, the size is only about 18″ round. This wireless bridge can be installed almost anywhere. Pole Mount, Wall Mount, Roof Mount or use a standard 3ft. tripod and mast combination. Speed will vary on both devices, but when comparing Mimosa vs. Ubiquiti, it is still very close…in our opinion. If you have Mimosa Wireless reviews you would like to share, please send us an email here.
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