Ubiquiti LTU Pro
CPE PtMP LTU, Integrated 24 dBi Antenna
With an integrated 24 dBi dish antenna, the LTU Pro is client equipment in a PTmP network designed to work with the LTU Rocket® as a base station. It is what is known as a CPE (Customer Premises Equipment).
Based on Ubiquiti's LTU technology, the LTU Pro does not see its performance reduced by the limitations of the 802.11 WiFi technology standard. Its chip architecture and radio enable speeds in excess of 600 Mbps (which will exceed 1Gbps in future firmware upgrades).
The LTU Pro can work in both Bridge Mode and NAT Router Mode, so that it adapts to the needs of the network and allows the use of different frequencies in Tx and Rx to reduce interference.
Channel width flexibility allows frequency configurations with independent TX and RX channels anywhere within the radio band to avoid local interference.
Channel width options include:
- 10 MHz
- 20 MHz
- 30 MHz
- 40 MHz
- 50 MHz
- Up to 100 MHz *
Performance with the highest possible modulation.
To manage the LTU, you have two options: the LTU configuration interface and the Ubiquiti Network Management System (UNMS™). Either option allows you to manually configure the Rocket LTU.
Rocket LTU can also be used to automatically configure the LTU Pro for each station, use the Find My AP feature to search for the AP that uses the same channel bandwidth, select the appropriate Rocket LTU and then use it to configure the station.
The built-in GPS improves synchronization and allows viewing the map and Fresnel zone on the dashboard.
LTU configuration interface
PtMP control panel, the dashboard offers map views and Fresnel zones* so that you can visualize the network.
The map view shows your PtMP links overlaid on a geographical map, while the Fresnel view shows the calculated link for your selected CPE, including line of sight, first Fresnel zone and 60% Clear Zone.
Real-time spectral analysis
The airView® spectral analysis runs on a dedicated system and stand-alone receiver, which has an excellent EVM (Error Vector Magnitude).
The receiver can also perform other tasks, such as channel occupancy search, DFS detection and automatic channel/frequency assignment calibration (signal level measurement, signal accuracy) and enhanced bandwidth resolution options.
accuracy) and enhanced bandwidth resolution options.
Spectral zoom (user-defined scan limits) is also available.
LTU is a completely new platform based on proprietary technology, which does not use the 802.11 protocol, so it is incompatible with 802.11 and 802.11ac devices. For that reason, it is NOT compatible with airMAX M5 and airMAX 5AC.
On the other hand, although LTU is based on airFiber technology, it uses a different protocol for communication, which makes it incompatible with other 5 GHz airFiber products such as AF-5X or AF-5/5U.