The new Ubiquiti NanoBeam M has a compact, all-in-one design with uniform beam width, efficient footprint and a faster processor. The NanoBeam can be easily mounted in a variety of ways thanks to the innovative mechanical design.
The Ubiquiti NanoBeam directs RF energy in a tighter beamwidth. With the focus in one direction, the NanoBeam blocks or spatially filters out noise, so noise immunity is improved. This feature is especially important in an area crowded with other RF signals of the same or similar frequency.
The NanoBeam models are available in two form factors:
All-in-One Design The Ubiquiti Research and Development team combined the radio and antenna to create a more efficient and compact CPE. The NanoBeam gets maximum gain out of the smallest footprint.
Dish Reflector Design Ubiquiti’s InnerFeed technology integrates the radio into the feedhorn of an antenna, so there is no need for a cable. This improves performance because it eliminates cable losses.
After switching from our old eCommerce host we noticed the we had over 16,000 website crawl errors indicated on Google Webmaster Tools almost all of them related to the way our old eCommerce host formed unique tracking urls.
We wanted to eliminate these with 301 redirects. Unfortunately, Google Webmaster Tools only allows downloading 1,000 crawl errors at a time. We found this CrawlError resource at GitHub and using this we downloaded all the crawl errors, formatted the .csv file for our current website and uploaded all the 301 redirect information.
airGateway is the easiest way to add indoor Wi-Fi capability to airMAX CPE deployments. airGateway provides 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and interlocks with existing PoE adapters, so there is a single power source for the CPE and airGateway devices.
Works perfectly with Ubiquiti NanoBeam, Nanobridge and NanoStations
This RF Coaxial Cable Crimper & Stripper tool kit utilizes industry standard crimp die dimensions and comes with 2 dies. In many cases a single hex die set enables the crimping of both contacts and ferrules of RF connectors on various industry standard flexible RG design coaxial cables and low-loss (LMR) design cables. Set includes 2 models of coaxial cable strippers regarding fast stripping and assembly connected with RF connectors, a wire cutter and also a Phillips screwdriver complete the field set for field installation.
These provide a very good ground for your outdoor Ethernet connections.
TOUGHCable Connectors: Specifically designed for use with Ubiquiti TOUGHCables and available in 20-pc boxes, TOUGHCable Connectors protect against ESD attacks and Ethernet hardware damage while allowing rapid field deployment without soldering.
Specifically designed for use with Ubiquiti TOUGHCable Eliminates Ethernet ESD failures Rapid field deployment without soldering
In 2008 when I purchased my '97 FZJ80 I immediately did suspension changes and then replaced the tires with Toyo Mud Terrains. I'm up in the local California mountains often every winter.
What makes driving on the local mountain roads most dangerous in the snow are all those that drive up here to go sledding or just up here to enjoy the snow. Many have almost no experience driving in the snow, most don't have chains.
Yesterday after spending time with friends about 10 miles away, on our way back to the cabin it started to snow heavily. Immediately going up the hill all the cars and pickups with narrow profile tires started to slide around the road and to the side of the road. We pulled to the side to avoid some of the vehicles. A family in an SUV approached us and said they had chains but did not know how to put them on. I put on one of the chains for them then showed the driver how to do the other. All this time seeing cars sliding around and hearing crunching metal further down the road. I was concerned for my safety and the safety of my family waiting in our Land Cruiser parked on the side of the road.
Once done with the chains we continued back to the cabin, weaving uphill between other vehicles stopped or wheels spinning. All the while the Toyo Mud Terrains had a firm grasp on the snow and ice.
This is my second set. The first set I was able to coax over 70,000 miles. I've been impressed with their snow, ice, sand and rock performance.