500+ Mbps throughput – the result of a powerful hardware platform with an 802.11ac technology based radio and a proprietary data transmission protocol (iPoll). Incorporating a QCA 9557 CPU (720 MHz), a QCA 9882 radio and 128 MBytes of RAM/Flash memory the LigoDLB PRO ac series access points are an ideal solution for resource demanding installations. State of the art RF design with great output power and sensitivity parameters improve range and capacity over the highest modulation – 256 QAM. The 48V Gigabit Ethernet port (802.3af) allows utilizing the full capacity of the base-station. LigoDLB ac series devices are backwards compatible with LigoDLB devices using iPoll mode, which helps to expand or upgrade existing networks with the latest technologies over time.
The all-in-one design reduces the risk of cable failures and decreases the signal loss, as the radio is connected directly to the antenna. Such integration allows saving tower space and improves the cost which helps to speed up your ROI.
Metal enclosure works as a deflector eliminating interference caused by backlobes and rejecting noise when multiple base-stations are co-located on a single tower. Apart from RF shielding the metal housing works as a heatsink, allowing better RF performance by dissipating the heat generated by the radio.
New operating system includes all the essential features for point-to-multipoint networks. User interface is built using HTML 5 technology with responsive design. Among the new
features there are IPv6 bridge and router support, SSDP and Bonjour device discovery options, flexible traffic shaping and SSTP client.
3 kV line to ground and 1 kV line-to-line protection allows operating in a harsh weather conditions and unstable electrical installations.
Hotspot scenario support
Starting from v7.52 Infinity firmware image can be used on a LigoDLB series devices for the outdoor hotspot and other related applications. After the firmware upgrade DLB devices are converted into access points for outdoor hotspot networks and will lose the functionality of point-to-point or point-to-multipoint connectivity.