The Bullet M2 wireless radio already provides a good amount of Internet throughput at a frequency of 2GHz. However, you can further increase it and even cover more areas by attaching your preferred antenna. Indeed, this device has been specially designed to work with a wide variety of antennas, depending on your preferred reach, coverage, or budget. The antennas are convenient to attach as Bullet M2 already has a portion for it. All you need to do is to snap the antenna and you’re done. By adding an antenna (and depending which you have used), you can make Bullet M2 into a client bridge or an access point as well as increase your coverage to more or less 50 kilometers.
Bullet M2 also relies on specific technologies. The AirMax technology along with the TDMA protocol, which also complements QoS (quality of service) so you can have more control on the provided throughput and greatly reduce latency.
The wireless radio also works on N technology or the newest wireless Internet standard.
The AirOS software is already part and parcel in running and managing the Bullet M2 wireless radio. With it, you can already configure and manage some of the settings of the wireless radio without any hassle. When you want to have more control over the broadcast of Internet signals as well as the various components of the network (including the users), there’s AirControl, which can now be accessed using your favorite browser. In other words, you can do your management remotely.
Bullet M2 is compatible with power over Ethernet, so you deal with fewer cables. This is very important since the device is supposed to be built outdoors. Moreover, the wireless radio has a robust body to withstand various environmental conditions. You can also use this alongside ToughCable.
No downloads available for Bullet M2.