Outdoor Access Points

Our range of access points have been designed to interact with users as wireless access points, while forming a multi-radio network for communication among locally deployed access points, each forming a node in a resilient mesh network.

Backhaul can be a mix of fiber, wired (ADSL), cellular or satellite providers, plugged into any nodes of the mesh network.

If a particular node has no direct backhaul access, then it can route user traffic to nodes that do.

This configuration results in optimized backhaul capacity usage, and a more fault-tolerant network.

The addition of the blockchain-powered economic layer allows for incentivization of diverse participants to better grow and build the access infrastructure.


o Long range
o Self-organizing Mesh
o NextGenWave2 Wi-Fi
o 5 Band capability
o 2.4GHz MIMO
o 2x5GHz MU-MIMO
o 4.9GHz MU-MIMO

• Autonomous billing
• Autonomous management
• Autonomous configuration
• Self-configuring antennas
• Plug and play setup

o Active PoE
o Fiber jack (SFP)
o Ethernet (RJ45)
o LTE backhaul (Optional)
o IoT Gateway (Optional)
o Battery (Optional)
o USB3

Unit Supply Voltage 24V~48 V
Operating Temperature Range -40 to +70 oC
Storage Temperature Range -45 to +105 oC
Operating Humidity Range 5 to +95 (non-condensing)
% Storage Humidity Range 0 to +90 (non-condensing)

Wireless protocols
• 802.11n/g/b 2.4 GHz 2x2 MIMO
• Dual 802.11ac/n/g/b 5.0 GHz 2x2 MU-MIMO (Wave2)
• 802.11ac/n/g/b 4.9 GHz 2x2 MU-MIMO (Wave2)
• LTE / 4G (optional)
• LoRaWAN / IoT Gateway (optional)

Wired protocols
• RJ-45 1x IEEE 802.3 10/100 ethernet data
• RJ-45 1x IEEE 802.3 10/100 ethernet data with PoE connectivity
• SFP Fiber optic connector