PtP links can be very useful when installing cables is difficult over long distances. It is often cheaper and faster to install a wireless point-to-point (PtP) or point-to-multipoint (PtMP) link.
Traditional PtPs and PtMP uses Wi-Fi on the 2.4 and 5GHz bands. The 802.11ad and 802.11ay radio systems have adopted the 60Ghz frequency band. Triband Wi-Fi routers utilize this spectrum for faster speeds with commercially available devices.

New Ubiquiti's long-range Ptp devices offer users solutions for their Wireless backhaul to easily expand broadband access to urban, rural, and industrial locations. Despite the challenges of transmitting millimeter wave (mmWave), Ubiquiti 60Ghz PtP link is specified to provide up to 12km (~7.5 miles) of coverage.

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Cambium has also tested their 802.11ay compliant cnWave 60GHz radio in various areas. For example, in Texas, Cambium has been able to achieve 1.8Mbps for uplink and Downlink speeds. They are also using Facebook’s Terragraph technology to extend the reach of fiber networks.

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