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 300-16 offers an affordable point to point product and a mid range subscriber module for the ePMP 3000 and ePMP 3000L Access Points.

Force 300-16 continues the tradition of previous products with a 16 dBi integrated antenna with a narrow beamwidth and reliable mechanics. 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 in-built 16 dBi antenna permits high data speeds within a kilometre and basic connectivity several kilometres 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
5 ms
Aggregate Channel Width
80 MHz
Transmit Power
29 dBm
Receive Sensitivity
-89 dBm
Wireless Bands Path Mode Start Frequency Stop Frequency MIMO Channel Width Modulation Max. Data Rate
4910 MHz
6080 MHz
80 MHz
60 Mb/s
Ethernet Interfaces
Interface Quantity Function Signalling PoE Input PoE Output
Data & PoE Input

Antenna Specifications

Start Frequency
4910 MHz
Stop Frequency
6080 MHz
Input Impedance
50 Ω
Frequency Test Data
Start Freq. Stop Freq. Peak Gain Return Loss VSWR Azimuth Elevation Avg. Gain Efficiency F/B Ratio Inter-Port Iso. Cross-Polar Iso. XPD
4910 MHz
6080 MHz
16 dBi
> 15 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
119 × 251 × 124 mm
0.5 kg
Pole Clamp 25 to 41 mm ⌀
Power Specifications
Max. Consumption
15 W
Power Options
Power over Ethernet
Typical Consumption
12 W

Cambium Networks enables service providers; enterprises; governmental and military agencies; oil, gas and utility companies; Internet service providers; and public safety organizations to build powerful communications networks, reach users from 200 kilometers across mountain tops down to their devices, and intelligently manage their business Wi-Fi infrastructure through end-to-end network ...