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UAP-AC-LR or UAP-AC-M

Hi

I would like to bridge the network between two buildings (residential indoor), and details as below:

 

1. On building A, there is a router connects an AP, and there is a wifi repeater placed on building B.

2. Clean line of sight between two buildings window, and within 250 ft.

 

May I know is UAP-AC-LR or UAP-AC-M able to achieve my purpose or any better suggestion for this?

 

Thanks

Kevin

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Re: UAP-AC-LR or UAP-AC-M

If you need bridging two buildings, the best way is using a couple of AirMax devices ...

Cheers,

jonatha

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Re: UAP-AC-LR or UAP-AC-M

Thanks. Do you know NBE-5AC-Gen2 (nanobeam), NSM5 (nanostation) and locoM5 (nanostation) are directional antenna? I am asking this because I have to put them indoor and the front of the device will be faced to another building near the window, and I do not want the strong signal come from the back of the device to my house.

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Re: UAP-AC-LR or UAP-AC-M

All are, more or less, directional (you can check on their data sheet, radiation pattern), there are even the shield kit, and you can use -4 dbm as Tx power.
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