Cambium's ePMP Force 300 are a third generation multipoint subscriber radio designed as an economical solution for point-to-multipoint applications.

Combining the latest 802.11ac Wave 2 chipset and the field proven TDD MAC of ePMP, the Force 300-25 offers an affordable point to point product and a long range subscriber module for the ePMP 3000 and ePMP 3000L Access Points.

Force 300-25 provides moderate to long range connectivity with its 25 dBi integrated 470 mm diameter dish antenna. With its narrow beamwidth this model is the ideal choice for operation in noisy urban environments.

Supporting modulation up to 256QAM in 2x2 MIMO the subscriber is capable of peak throughput up to 600 Mb/s.

Force 300 radios are designed to connect to ePMP 3000 series wireless access points. The subscriber's high gain 25 dBi dish antenna permits high data speeds within 10 kilometres and basic connectivity significantly further. Actual achieved data rates will of course depend on channel conditions and environment.

Network Interfaces
Wireless Interfaces
Max. Throughput
600 Mb/s
Max. Clients
Aggregate Channel Width
80 MHz
Transmit Power
27 dBm
Agg. Data Rate
600 Mb/s
Receive Sensitivity
-87 dBm
Agg. Channel Width
80 MHz
Wireless Bands Path Mode Start Frequency Stop Frequency MIMO Channel Width Modulation Max. Data Rate
4910 MHz
5970 MHz
80 MHz
600 Mb/s
Ethernet Interfaces
Interface Quantity Function Signalling PoE Input
Data & PoE
Antenna Specifications
Start Frequency
4910 MHz
Stop Frequency
5970 MHz
Input Impedance
50 Ω
Frequency Test Data
Start Freq. Stop Freq. Peak Gain Azimuth Elevation F/B Ratio XPD
4910 MHz
5970 MHz
25 dBi
> 25 dB
> 20 dB
Polar Patterns
Start Frequency
5150 MHz
Stop Frequency
5850 MHz

Physical Specification

Min. Operating Temperature
-30 °C
Max. Operating Temperature
60 °C
Ingress Protection
310 × 470 × 470 mm
2.4 kg
Power Specifications
Power Options
Power over Ethernet
Typical Consumption
12 W

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