I work for a school distirct and with this COVID we are needing to expand network coverage to our football field under 1/5 mile away. I am told that the vendor of the video network that allow us to broadcast wants a dedicated ethernet hardline. My question is after watching your video on the NanoBeam AC Gen2 NBE-5AC-Gen2-US 5GHz airMAX CPE with Dedicated Management Radio Bridge (2 Pack) that the throughput it offers far greater than what would be needed for this type of dedicated usage. Heck, the throughput of the nanobeam bridge is equal to our dedicated internet connection for the entire district. Is there any reason you can think of that a hard wired connection would be absolutely necessary? I could set up two sets of these for far less than the cost of trenching or running overhead lines with switches.
Thanks so much