@dwagenk The most important thing for this is the Antenna. Whatever device you use must have removable Antenna(s).
@dwagenk Oops, just noticed these are Outdoor models. They really have become affordable! My toot referred to using a normal router indoors with the Antenna outdoors.
Take a look at the the Antenna coverage diagrams.
@rudolf just looked at them. Without much knowledge I'd say the ubiquity ones look far better concentrated, whilst the tp-link has strangely shaped coverage of the area behind the antenna. So probably the ubiquity station is worth spending those couple bugs more.
To clarify: I'm looking at the Ubiquity NanoStation loco M 2.
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