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900 MHz 2x2 MIMO High-Gain Antenna
Model: AMY-9M16
Ultimate in RF Performance
Easily Integrates with Rocket M900 (sold separately)
Incredible Range and Speed
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The airMAX 900 MHz YAGI Antenna is a high-gain array antenna designed to seamlessly integrate with the Rocket™M900 radio
(sold separately). It features incredible range performance of 20+ km and breakthrough speed of 90+ Mbps.
The RocketM900 provides the “brains” to a very robust system. It can be paired with the airMAX 900 MHz YAGI (AMY-9M16),
or airMAX 900 MHz BaseStation Sector Antenna (AMS 900-120-13). The versatility of a RocketM900 powered system gives
architects lexibility to create robust, powerful, 2x2 MIMO solutions.
Below is an example of how the airMAX 900 MHz YAGI Antenna can be deployed:
airMAX 900 MHz
YAGI Antenna
Internet Backbone
Point to Point (PtP)
Backhaul Link
ISP Network
airMAX 900 MHz
YAGI Antenna
airMAX 900 MHz
BaseStation Sector
Antenna
Point to MultiPoint
(PtMP) Links
airMAX 900 MHz
YAGI Antenna
airMAX 900 MHz
YAGI Antenna
Corporate Building
House
airMAX 900 MHz
YAGI Antenna
Small Business
Integrated airMAX Technology
Easy Installation
Unlike standard WiFi protocol, airMAX Time Division
Multiple Access (TDMA) protocol allows each client to send
and receive data using pre-designated time slots managed
by an intelligent AP controller. This “time slot” method
eliminates hidden node collisions and maximizes airtime
eficiency.
The RocketM900 radio and airMAX YAGI antenna have
been designed to seamlessly work together.
Compared to other systems in its class, the airMAX
900 MHz YAGI Antenna delivers superior performance in
latency, throughput, and scalability.
• Intelligent QoS Priority is given to voice/video for
seamless access.
• Scalability High capacity and scalability.
• Long Distance Capable of high-speed, 20+ km links.
• Low Latency Multiple features dramatically reduce
noise.
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Installing the RocketM900 radio onto the YAGI antenna
requires no special tools. You simply snap it securely into
place with the Rocket mount built into the antenna.
Model Details
airMAX YAGI Antenna*
Model: AMY-9M16
• 902 - 928 MHz
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• 16 dBi, Both Polarizations
Front View
Rear View
Side View
RocketM900**
Model: M900
• 2x2 MIMO
• Low Latency
• 90+ Mbps Real TCP Throughput
• 20+ km Long Range
Front View
Side View
Rear View
*airMAX YAGI Antenna available in 2-pack
**RocketM900 sold separately
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Speciications
Rocket M900 System Information
Datasheet
Processor Specs
Atheros MIPS 24KC, 400 MHz
Memory Information
64MB SDRAM, 8MB Flash
Networking Interface
(1) 10/100 Ethernet Port
Rocket M900 Regulatory/Compliance Information
Wireless Approvals
FCC Part 15.247, IC RS210
RoHS Compliance
Yes
Rocket M900 Physical / Electrical / Environmental
Enclosure Size
Weight
16 2 x 83 x 35 mm
240 g
Enclosure Characteristics
Outdoor UV Stabilized Plastic
Mounting Kit
Pole Mounting Kit Included
Max. Power Consumption
6.5 W
Power Supply
24V, 1A PoE Supply Included
Passive Power over Ethernet (Pairs 4, 5+; 7, 8 Return)
Power Method
Operating Temperature
-30 to 75° C
Operating Humidity
5 to 95% Condensing
Shock and Vibration
ETSI300-019-1.4
airMAX 900 MHz YAGI Antenna Characteristics
AMY-9M16
Frequency Range
Gain
HPOL Beamwidth
VPOL Beamwidth
F/B Ratio
Max VSWR
Dimensions
Weight
Wind Survivability
Wind Loading
Polarization
Cross-pol Isolation
ETSI Speciication
Mounting
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902 - 928 MHz
16 dBi, Both Polarizations
29 to 34°
29 to 34°
20 dB
< 1.5:1 Over Band
1365 x 215 x 218 mm
2.5 kg
120 mph
35 ft-lbs @ 100 mph
Dual Linear
20 dB
EN 302 326 DN2
M8 U-Bolt Pole Mounting Kit Included
airMAX 900 MHz YAGI Antenna Polar Plots
Vertical Elevation
Horizontal Azimuth
Horizontal Elevation
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Vertical Azimuth
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