I Guess you could always get yourself a pc-engines board and plug in
exactly those adapters you and FreeBSD feel comfortable with.
I don't know if they satisfy your budget-criteria (or what they
realistically might be for long-distance Wi-Fi links), but Pc-engines
boards have good FreeBSD support.
On 08/09/17 05:42, Goo Gle wrote:
> I'd like to test some long distance Wi-Fi links (a few kilometers) and
> heard that FreeBSD has built-in support for TDMA which enables these types
> of links. I'm admittedly new to FreeBSD and would like to know what's a
> good board/router that's well supported by FreeBSD. Something relatively
> cheap and supports at least 802.11n (both 2.4 and 5 GHz) would be great!
> I'm based in USA if it affects availability.
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