I need to connect 2 buildings (800Meter) over a wireless bridge, the connection requires high bandwidth (300 Mbps).
Now I would like to buy 2 AIR-AP1252AG-E-K9. At the moment I'm not sure which antenna I have to take. I thought about the AIR-ANT1949. But this will work only on the 2.4 GHz range, and i think with 2.4 I can only reach 150 Mbps. Is this correct?
On cisco.com I found the 5 GHz antenna AIR-ANT5117S-N. Can I reach 300 Mbps with this antenna? This antenna has the N-Type Connectors, how can i attach them to the 1252 RP-TNC connectors?
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