Ubiquiti Works great
Have a client that need to extend his internet broad band from his home to is work office that was about a mile from his house, across a very busy interstate highway.
Used two Ubiquiti adapters to beam his home internet to his office. Placed the adapter at his house at the peak of the two story house and aimed it at his office that was across the highway and a very large open field.
At his office put the second adapter to receive the signal at the top of a 30 foot telephone pole. This provided clearance for all vehicle traffic on the highway, and in his home yard plus at his office. His office had dozen's of semi-trucks coming, going and parking all over the place.
From there we rand Cat-5 cable from the adapters down into the buildings and hook it into his local routers and network. He is running the network at 300Mb sec (ubiquiti speed), and his local network is actually a gigabyte switch.
Is local internet is 60Mbit sec.
His is able access and work from his home office as though he is sitting in his office.
Problems that had us choose the Ubiquiti adapters were:
1) A lot of external wi-fi access had to be restricted (highway traffic, cars in parking lot, etc...) The Ubiquiti adapters have a range of 10 miles. Don't want anyone unauthorized accessing his network.
2) Clearance for vehicle traffic (trucks, semi's, cars, highway, parked, etc...).
3) Get a strong enough signal between points during heavy rain or snow blizzards (Michigan winters).
4) have enough speed between locations to allow home access to office network for the Owner to work from home.
5) To be able to handle maximum internet speed from Home and Office (1 mile apart).
Ubiquiti provided a very clean setup and not much hassle and great security.
ps. I have setup hundreds of business networks, but this was a challenge and Ubiquiti saved to day.