This week, I have been testing and reviewing a few pairs of AirayaWirelessGRID AI108-4958-ONradios. Airaya is one of the world's premier developers and marketers of 4.9 GHz, 5.2 GHz UNII,5.4 GHz ETSI, 5.8 GHz UNII, and 2.2-2.5 Ghz outdoor wireless equipment.The Airaya WirelessGRID AI108-4958-ON is a wireless bridge unit, designed to work in PMP andPTP modes. The radios operating in the 4.9Ghz to 5.8Ghz frequency bands, using OFDM with 5 ,10,20 and 40Mhz channels and uses a modified 802.11 standard.For more information, click here for theAiraya WirelessGRID data sheet located at the Airaya
2.0 The Equipment
Within two boxes, I find the pair of bridges, POE/power supply adapter, ethernet cables and power cables.
2.1 The ODU (Out Door Unit)
The Airaya WirelessGRID ODUs are painted white, metal cased and have easy mounting holes for brackets on the back.The POE injector is simple, fairly small and wall mountable.Was simple to install the ethernet into the ODU screw socket and get the unit powered up the initialconfiguration.
3.0 Setting up the Units for Deployment and Testing
Our next steps are to review the set-up process and get the units into the field for testing. First, Ineed to get access to the units.