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Large range network setup

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I have started my own home business and need networking equipment able to transmit at a very far distance from my home to about 50 yards where my workshop currently resides. I know i will a MIMO router and receiver, but is there anyone who knows what specific equipment is best to buy for this setup? thank you.
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Hello Ipchris85,

How were you planning on doing this?
Your shop is going to use your home's Internet?
50 yards can be easily crossed with a simple UTP cable.
The standard rule for UTP is that it can't be longer then 100 meters.

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