Bitlomat Passport: what do we mean with “twice the performance”?

February 05, 2015 / Categories: Uncategorized

The average number of packets per second is doubled!

Average packets per second

 

HOW

• Kernel 3.10: Compared to the 2.6 kernel used by UBNT; 3.10 allows us to have an optimized packet schedule with the new kernel facilities

• Linaro-based cross-compile tool-chain: Linaro is a variation of the c-compiler optimized for speed

• Optimized wireless driver – compatible with Kernel 3.10

• Stripped down networking data path

• The packet switching overhead is reduced to the minimum

• Proprietary Optimized TDMA protocol for performance overhead

• Stripped down and optimized with the needs of large-scale outdoor networks and wireless internet service providers (WISPs) in mind.

 

RISK-FREE ROLLBACK

Change your mind? The Bitlomat flasher will allow you to rollback to the original UBNT stock firmware together with the pre-existing configuration of the radio.

Nothing will be lost – same firmware, same configuration.

How to rollback before the license activation:

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How to rollback after the license activation:

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SUPPORTED UBNT HARDWARE

So far, Bitlomat supports the following UBNT radios:

5 ghz: RocketM5 (XM/ XW), NanoStation M5 (XM), Bullet M5(XM), Airgrid M5 (XM/ XW), NanoBeam M5-16/19 (XW), NanoBeam M5-300/400 (XW), NanoBridge M5-22/25 (XM) and NanoStation Loco M5 (XW).

2.4 ghz: Aigrid M2 (XM), Bullet M2 (XM), NanoBeam M2-400 (XW), NanoStation M2 (XM), NanoStation Loco M2 (XM) and Rocket M2 (XM).

Prospective Supported Models:

5GHz

– NanoStation M5 (XW)

– NanoStation Loco M5 (XM)

– PowerBeam M5-300/400 (XW)

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2.4GHz

– NanoBridge 2G18 (XM)

– PowerBeam M2-400 (XW)