I'd not be afraid of trying that with a ptp link.  Try swapping in bigger and bigger antennas till you get your 10 to 20 dB of fade margin (not more, you'll pick up more multipath that way) and see how it does.
 
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Sent: Thursday, August 11, 2005 10:40 PM
Subject: [WISPA] 900 mhz

What is the absolute lowest cost 900 mhz stuff out there?
 
We JUST  got an AP functional (as in, powered up, antenna raised) at a new customer's site, and his neighbor was over and wants broadband... ASAP.
 
The problem is, that to the south of this site is up the hillside into the tree line. 
 
The west and north are open and wheat fields
I only need to go only 3-4 miles, but some areas will have a quarter mile or more of pine trees to go through the tops.  
 
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