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RBSXT

For Point-to-point with two SXT devices, or as a CPE device for point-to-multipoint.

SXT 5HnD is a low cost, high speed 5GHz wireless device. Dual polarization 802.11n and Nv2 TDMA technology help to achieve even 200Mbit real throughput speed.

Complete with a ready to mount enclosure and built-in antenna, this is the perfect CPE.
- FCC certified!
- Solid all-in-one design: quick and easy to mount
- Tower friendly one hand enclosure access
- 5GHz 802.11a/n wireless on board
- One 10/100 Ethernet port
- 16dBi (+/- 2) dual chain antenna built-in
- Signal strength LED indicators on back
- USB 2.0 port, voltage and temperature monitors
- Extended L2MTU support to avoid fragmentation overhead in MPLS, QinQ etc

Box contains: one SXT unit, PoE injector, 24V power adapter, mounting bracket, metallic mounting loop.

Product specifications

Details
Product code RBSXT
TX power 26dBm
Antenna gain 16dBi
CPU speed 400MHz
Current Monitor No
RAM 32MB
Architecture MIPS-BE
LAN ports 1
Gigabit 0
MiniPCI 0
miniPCI-e 0
Integrated Wireless 1
Wireless standards 802.11 a/n
USB 1
Memory Cards 0
Power Jack 0
802.3af support 0
PoE 9-30V
Voltage Monitor No
CPU temperature monitor No
Dimensions 140x140x56mm, 265g
Operating System RouterOS
Temperature range -30C to +70C
RouterOS License Level3

Ethernet throughput

SXT 5HnD @400MHz (1 port test) 64 byte frames 512 byte frames 1518 byte frames
IP Firewall Conntrack Mode Mbps Fps Mbps Fps Mbps Fps
off off Bridging 49.66 97000 99.53 24300 99.58 8200
on off Routing 34 66400 99.53 24300 99.58 8200
on off Bridging 30.77 60100 99.53 24300 99.58 8200
on on Routing 25.6 50000 99.53 24300 99.58 8200
on on Bridging 18.02 35200 99.53 24300 99.58 8200
    Notes:
  1. All throughput tests done with Xena Networks specialized test system and RouterOS v5, according RFC2544, with Ethernet frame sizes 64, 512, 1518 bytes.
    Each board is tested with specified number of Ethernet interfaces, to ensure optimal load on hardware.
  2. Values in Italics indicate that the maximum possible throughput was reached, limited only by ethernet ports themselves.