We are using a couple of the cheaper models to do internet connects between sites with good results.
One example is:
retrofitted with Moseley Lanlink box gives us 26 TX and 13Mps RX used with Tieline as backup.
On the high end, I have Airfiber UBI-AF5US which does 500 MPS bi directional in Sioux Falls and Alaska that are doing Livewire.
In Alaska we are sending three Stereo streams in one direction and 4 back down. The one in Alaska has been going for about 18 months and has survived -48 degree without a glitch.
These radios will cost you around $2,000 for a pair.
From: Steve Tuzeneu [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, February 05, 2018 2:43 PM
To: CRTech <email@example.com>
Subject: [CRTech] Ubiquiti ethernet radios
Are you using Ubiquiti ethernet radios at your station?
I would love to know the application and the model numbers of the equipment you are using as well as your satisfaction with using them. I would also like to know an approximate cost.
I have a future project in mind. Thinking about streaming audio from a studio to a nearby transmitter site.
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