The NanoStation M5 proves that efficiency can still be equated to affordability. Even if it’s low cost, its performance is luxurious. It has a maximum transmission speed of about 300 mbps, allowing it to serve multiple devices at one time. It follows the TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) protocol, which permits users to effectively schedule time slots in order to maximize the transmission and lower the latency period. It works at a frequency of 5.5GHz, a channel that is not prone to noise and interference. The integrated antenna connects via the 2×2 MIMO technology with a reach of 16dBi, so it’s ideal for complexes or buildings made up of different floors. Paired with QoS, you can easily prioritize bandwidth allocation.
It runs on an Atheros 24KC MIPS chipset with a clock speed of 400 MHz. It has a 32MB RAM and 8MB NAND Flash.
The NanoStation M5 is equipped with the “intelligent PoE.” This means you can reset it through its power supply, not directly in the unit. This is accomplished via the dual Ethernet port, one of which is dedicated for PoE use. In the process, you’re able to make the most of your electric power and save yourself the hassle of dealing a lot of wires. You can also add an IP camera, which permits you to keep track of your property, among others, through a web-based access.
Various Connectivity Options
The NanoStation M5 can be used as an access point, connecting to hundreds of devices all at the same time, or as a client, which can be connected to other networks through a bridge. The level of flexibility makes this a fantastic and convenient addition to your networking system.
Quick Monitoring Process
The NanoStation M5 is easy to monitor through its strength indicators following the integration of 2 pairs of LEDs.