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Long Range Wireless
I am working on a project to link 2 devices over a max of 50 miles using 802.11n. on the plus side both devices are on boats at sea so they are direct line of sight (no trees or mountains) but i am looking for advise on omnidirectional antennas that are capable of this kind of distance.
you might want to consider patch panels arenged in an omnipolar way...like 4 panels or more depending on horizontal pol.
Or you might consider sectorial antennas...
There is a wireless can be less than 3000 meters.
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