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QRT 5 ac

The QRT 5 ac is a rugged outdoor flat panel antenna, with a built in RouterBOARD. The device has a 24dBi antenna and a high power 5GHz wireless transmitter which now supports 802.11ac and is also backwards compatible with 802.11a/n.

Inside is the high power RB911G-5HPacD dual chain wireless device (see separate brochure), with high performance, high output power wireless transmitter. It has a Gigabit Ethernet port, to fully utilise the benefit of 802.11ac high speed wireless.

Easy to use and quick to deploy, QRT is ideal for longer point to point links at 802.11ac speeds.

– RB911G-5HPacD-QRT-US (USA) is factory locked for 5170-5250MHz and 5725-5835MHz frequencies. This lock can not be removed.

– RB911G-5HPacD-QRT (International) supports 5150MHz-5875MHz range.

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Description

Product specifications

Details
Product code RB911G-5HPacD-QRT
10/100/1000 Ethernet ports 1
802.11a Yes
802.11n Yes
Antenna gain 24
CPU QCA9557
CPU core count 1
CPU nominal frequency 720 MHz
Dimensions 309x320x50mm
License level 4
Max Power consumption 10.5W
Number of chains 2
Operating System RouterOS
PCB temperature monitor Yes
PoE in Yes
Power Jack 1
Size of RAM 128 MB
Storage size 128 MB
Storage type NAND
Supported input voltage 8 V – 30 V
Tested ambient temperature -30C to +70C
Voltage Monitor Yes
Wireless chip model QCA9882
Wireless standards 802.11a/n/ac
Suggested price

1 review for QRT 5 ac

  1. 5 out of 5

    good


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RB911G-5HPacD-QRT QCA9557 1G all port test
Mode Configuration 1518 byte 512 byte 64 byte
kpps Mbps kpps Mbps kpps Mbps
Bridging none (fast path) 81.2 986.1 234.9 962.2 477.7 244.6
Bridging 25 bridge filter rules 81.2 986.1 118.4 485.0 119.5 61.2
Routing none (fast path) 81.2 986.1 234.9 962.2 408.2 209.0
Routing 25 simple queues 81.2 986.1 158.3 648.4 165.8 84.9
Routing 25 ip filter rules 64.8 786.9 70.4 288.4 60.9 31.2
  1. All tests are done with Xena Networks specialized test equipment (XenaBay),and done according to RFC2544 (Xena2544)
  2. Max throughput is determined with 30+ second attempts with 0,1% packet loss tolerance in 64, 512, 1518 byte packet sizes
  3. Values in Italic indicate that max throughput was reached without maxing out CPU, but because board interface configuration was maxed out
  4. Test results show device maximum performance, and are reached using mentioned hardware and software configuration, different configurations most likely will result in lower results