MIMOSA BACKHAUL WI-FI HARDWARE
The industry leader in gigabit+ unlicensed and licensed backhaul. Incredible performance at any distance for demanding consumer, business and public safety applications.
The Mimosa Backhaul range is changing the game. Leveraging 802.11ac, 4×4:4 MIMO and radical engineering for service providers that demand the same capacity, speed and reliability as fibre. With 1.7 Gbps PHY and a unique spin on reliability and is re-defining gigabit wireless technology bringing an entirely new set of features never seen before in the outdoor wireless market.
The B5 is capable of 1 Gbps throughput 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.
The B5c is capable of 1 Gbps throughput. The B5c can be paired with any dual-polarized antenna and is operational from 4900-6000 MHz.
Introducing the B5-Lite, your next low-cost, high throughput backhaul radio. Using Mimosa’sTDMA protocol and 802.11ac technology, this 2×2:2 radio is a great option for locations that do not require collocation. Capable of 750+ Mbps throughput, this radio can serve less bandwidth hungry areas easily. In a smaller form factor than the B5 and a 20 dBi antenna – the B5-Lite strips away a few advanced B5 features to provide you with an alternative low-cost solution.
Mimosa’s B11 backhaul radio is designed for the modern Internet era, adapting instantly to variable upstream and downstream bandwidth requirements, at the lowest cost per Mbps in the industry. Simply add your preferred SFP module and you’ll be lit up with gigabit fibre speeds. If you’re not quite ready for fibre, the B11 is still for you with a standard Gigabit Power-over-Ethernet connection. The B11 is ready to withstand the elements right out of the box. It comes with an Ethernet and SFP* cage IP67 sealing gland, designed specifically for sealing pre-terminated cables.
*Standard flexible conduit for connection to the supplied Fibre port sealing gland is not supplied as custom lengths are typically required.