What I am trying to do:
Implement a wireless network from Building A to Building B.
The two sites are 1600 feet from one another, I have direct line of sight with absolutely no objects in the way. Both Building A and Building B are at right about the same height, so there is no real drop in elevation.
Both buildings have electricity, but only Building A has internet access. There is real no need for file sharing, or even printer sharing, I just want to have internet access in Building B.
I have been looking at Hawking Technology equipment. Does anyone here have any experience with Hawking equipment. They claim that you can send a signal up to 1.5 miles with two HAO14SDP - Hi-Gain 14dBi Outdoor Directional Antenna Kit (http://www.hawkingtech.com/products/productlist.php?CatID=32&FamID=58&ProdID=267
) along with some cable extensions and adapters.
What I am wondering is how you would go about achieving this. I understand basic networking, but this is a whole new level for me. Here are my questions with this...
1. Would Antenna 1 of 2 broadcast the signal from Building A?
2. Would Antenna 2 of 2 receive the signal at Building B?
3. The web site claims you can use a simple router to broadcast the signal, but what would the 2nd antenna plug into to receive the signal and provide internet access to Building B (assuming that the 2nd antenna would be placed at Building B).
Like I said, I understand basic networking...I just have never ever tried doing this, and unfortunately I am alone on this project with no real help from peers.
I will actively be checking back, so if any more information is needed, please let me know. Thank you in advance to anyone who provides help, ideas, or solutions.