SXT 5 ac

The SXT ac is a new member in our 802.11ac product lineup, currently two models are available — with regular 28 degree antenna, and the SA model with a 90 wide beam- width sector antenna. Also supports 802.11a/n mode and is compatible with all legacy RouterBOARD devices, including Nstream and Nv2 protocols. Both devices come with Gigabit Ethernet.

New products are backwards compatible- for example, you can replace your 5GHz 802.11an legacy Access Point with new 802.11ac product and your existing customers will still be able to connect to it.
SXT install guide:

Product specifications

Details
Product codeRBSXTG-5HPacD
CPU nominal frequency720 MHz
CPU core count1
Size of RAM64 MB
10/100/1000 Ethernet ports1
Wireless chip modelQCA9882
Wireless standards802.11a/n/ac
Number of USB ports1
PoE in802.3at
Supported input voltage15 V - 57 V
Voltage MonitorYes
PCB temperature monitorYes
License level4
Antenna gain DBI16
CPUQCA9557
Max Power consumption12W
USB Power ResetYes
USB slot typeUSB type A
Number of chains2
Storage typeNAND
Storage size128 MB
Suggested price$109.00

Wireless specifications

5 GHz
Transmit power (dBm)Receive SensitivityTransmit power (mW)
6MBit/s31-961259
54MBit/s28-81631
MCS030-961000
MCS727-77501
MCS922-72158

wireless parameters may be limited in software, depending on your local regulatory limitations

Included parts

Ethernet test results

RBSXTG-5HPacDQCA9557 1G all port test
ModeConfiguration1518 byte512 byte64 byte
kppsMbpskppsMbpskppsMbps
Bridgingnone (fast path)81.2986.1234.9962.2477.7244.6
Bridging25 bridge filter rules81.2986.1118.4485.0119.561.2
Routingnone (fast path)81.2986.1234.9962.2408.2209.0
Routing25 simple queues81.2986.1158.3648.4165.884.9
Routing25 ip filter rules64.8786.970.4288.460.931.2
  1. All tests are done with Xena Networks specialized test equipment (XenaBay),and done according to RFC2544 (Xena2544)
  2. Max throughput is determined with 30+ second attempts with 0,1% packet loss tolerance in 64, 512, 1518 byte packet sizes
  3. Values in Italic indicate that max throughput was reached without maxing out CPU, but because board interface configuration was maxed out
  4. Test results show device maximum performance, and are reached using mentioned hardware and software configuration, different configurations most likely will result in lower results