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What equipment word provide with an 80+Mbps link over 10-12Km's?
Perfect LOS
Not much interference either
Ubiquity, Mikrotik or Cambium?
 

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ubiquiti power beam m5 or better yet ubiquiti power beam m5 ac gen 2. Scoop sells them. They arent that unaffordable and rather easy to set up. However they need pretty good line of sight to work effectively. The best would be the ubiquiti rocket lite. However that requires a dish sold separately and becomes expensive quickly.
 

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This should work, looks like around 300 Mbps at your range

Is much harder to setup in my opinion.
 

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Mikrotik is amazing at what it can do, and youre right but damn that stuff is scary haha XD
 

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This should work, looks like around 300 Mbps at your range
What they say & the actual speed you get differ totally.
 

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ubiquiti power beam m5 or better yet ubiquiti power beam m5 ac gen 2. Scoop sells them. They arent that unaffordable and rather easy to set up. However they need pretty good line of sight to work effectively. The best would be the ubiquiti rocket lite. However that requires a dish sold separately and becomes expensive quickly.
Was leaning towards Powerbeam AC Gen2, might have a test set the weekend to check speeds achievable.
 

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This should work, looks like around 300 Mbps at your range
Know anyone who has that linked at about 10+km?
 

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Was leaning towards Powerbeam AC Gen2, might have a test set the weekend to check speeds achievable.
I personally am using Powerbeam AC Gen2 for my home connection and my 15mbps line works just fine (I am not even 100% aligned)
 

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