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The 802.11.ac wireless technology standard was published in 2011. In accordance with the IEEE 802.11ac specification, the channel throughput which uses multiple stations should maintain the level of at least 1 Gbit/s and a single station of 500 MBit/s. Devices which use this standard operate on 5 GHz frequency. The works on this standard specification were completed in December 2013 and formal standard’s approval took place in January 2014.
The MikroTik company prepared a special series of wireless devices which use the 802.11ac standard due to care for the high quality of equipment and use of the latest technology.
RBSXTG-5HPacD is worth noting from the offered products - a complete device with a MIMO radio module and MIMO antenna which can be used as a sectoral base antenna. Another significant product is RB921UAGS-5SHPacT-NM called NetMetal5, which is installed in a waterproof metal enclosure which enables operation under the most demanding conditions. The devices are compatible with older wireless network standards.