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Topic # 202018 13-Sep-2016 23:18
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I want to use this:






To network bridge 25km's away.




Is it legal? Or do I require some kind of special licence?







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  Reply # 1629039 14-Sep-2016 07:21
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Yes it's legal providing you comply with the 5GHz GURL licence conditions.


Obviously to get 25km you're going to need perfect LOS, good clearance/fresnel zone and more importantly elevation at both ends. Assuming both points are flat that's realistically going to be a minimum of about 50m elevation at each end of the link.





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