Ubiquiti announces UniFi nanoHD 4×4 MU-MIMO 5GHz / 2×2 2.4GHz 802.11af Wireless Access Point

With an MSRP of $179 (1x) / $875 (5x), the new Unifi nanoHD access point is well priced. Especially considering the 802.11af power delivery, and 4×4 MU-MIMO nature of its 5GHz radio. 2.4GHz is a much more pedestrian 2×2, which is fine for most applications. Looks like these should hit retail around the end of the month. Our Smallest Access […]

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Unifi 5.7.x gets stable release

One of the best decisions I made when we were moving back to the US was outfitting the new house with a Unifi Wi-Fi system. Pulling Cat6 through the walls wasn’t much fun, but having a dedicated enterprise access point per floor made all of those consumer wireless problems melt away (note to self, really need to finish up that […]

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Who’s Home

Who's Home

I love home automation (HA) because it allows me to make mundane tasks happen without any sustained intervention. Just setup a scene, and let the magic happen. Generally, this works great whether it is a scheduled event or something that is trigger driven. But, every so often I have a scene that requires more intelligence than is available out of […]

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Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Lite review at SNB

For most users I think Ubiquiti USG would be a better choice than the EdgeRouter Lite, but there’ no denying that it has a bit more capability – provided you’re comfortable on the cmdline. Ubiquiti bills its EdgeMax routers as “Advanced Routing Technology for the Masses”. Ubiquiti’s six EdgeMax routers provide high speed packet forwarding (1-2+ million packets per second) […]

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Ubiquiti launches consumer line

Ubiquiti is pretty well known for their [relatively expensive] line of business access points. The feature set is really nice, but the price point and complexity has to put off quite a few buyers. It looks like they are addressing that with a new line of consumer oriented access points that should be easier to use and it includes a […]

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