need solution to connect two sites wirelessly with 20 Km

Hi Experts
Our company have a new Location in the space and we need to connect it with our nearest location wirelessly the distance between them almost 20 Km
any idea
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Craig BeckCommented:
Plenty of unlicensed solutions, providing you don't need a super-fast link between the sites.

Look at a pair of Ubiquiti PowerBridge AC units...

That'll do around 450Mbps over 30+km.
MASWORLDAuthor Commented:
i also see this one
antenna RD-5G30
with this

what you think
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
The key to long distance wireless is getting the antennas high enough to get above interference and to get 'line-of-sight' from one to the other.
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Craig BeckCommented:
That's a good combo, but they are separate units so physical installation is harder and it only provides around 150Mbps throughput.  The PowerBridge is an all-in-one dish and radio and provides 3x the throughput.

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Salman QuddusCommented:
Ubiquiti High end devices support upto 40 KM. I have tested it till 15 Km and they were working fine
Bradley DorranceHelp Desk AnalystCommented:
I work for an ISP that has wireless towers in use for exactly this scenario, and it works quite well.
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