I use some 133 but they don't have a good throughput, at all, better 5xx series.Don't want to be ofensive, but best hardware you could use, is a 50 m piece of sftp.
Else, if you mean radios, look in the forum for some tests, you could use any indoor configuration, to achieve anything between 6 mb/6mb (duplex) to 30 mb duplex, on that distance.
If you are absolutely shure you want wireless, post some more details on your intention. For a "transparent link" your best choice ( financially) could be a pair of rb133c, with r52.
Just an idea...danletkeman,
My customer cannot dig across the street.
In that case i strongly suggest Single Mode fiber - there won't be any problem with lightingsHow tall are the buildings? If you had a steel cable and a mount point on each building (like power companies do) could you run that from building to building then run a cat5 cable across that?
Suggest you talk to stephenpatrick on this forum. He does custom high capacity MT based systems, as well as high capacity free space optic systems.I need to set up a link between two buildings located 50 meters apart from each other. There is LOS between the two ends.
What hardware would you suggest to achieve the maximum bandwidth and what would that bandwidth be?
I agree fiber would be better. We have never had a problem here with our cat5 cables running from building to building, some have even been in for 10+ years...don't get much lightning I guess!Agreed. Never, ever, ever run Ethernet between two buildings on different grounds (earths). You are just asking for blown Ethernet ports.
From the lightning capital of Ontario...