Does anyone have any real world experience with RBwAPG-60ad?
I would like to know how much sustained traffic this can handle.
I'm wondering if this is suitable to connect 2 small office buildings that are very close together. Fiber or CAT6 whether aerial or in the ground aren't an option, if only it was that easy. I even recommended a micro-trench or hell even an asphalt speed bump (conduit inside) across the lots.
My Building B has the internet bandwidth via a Ubiquiti Airfiber 24ghz backhaul link off a nearby city center building.
Building B also has a Mimosa A5C that will be serving other business and residential subscribers via fixed point 5G.
What I don't want:
I don't want to treat Buildings A and C as subscribers of the A5C at 5.8Ghz as it wouldn't supply enough bandwidth to each building for tenant use (approx 20 in Building A and 4 in Building B).
I don't want to use 5.8Ghz PtP gear between the buildings because they are so close and would create noise for my A5C in my otherwise very clean spectrum.
I don't want to spend $2,000+ per link on 60Ghz/70Ghz/80Ghz gear for such short links.
I don't like IgniteNet MetroLinq, tried it, not a good experience with radios locking up and needing rebooted. I'm not a guinea pig anymore!
What I want to do (if the equipment is capable):
I would like to connect Building A to Building B and Building B to Building C using RBwAPG-60ad kits.
What is this product capable of?
Can it handle the traffic load?
Is oxygen absorption and rain fade even a concern at these close distances?
I've searched high and low for information. Anyone?