How well does microwave internet access work?
jhotz 1 year ago
We are looking at renting space in the old industrial area of town, which offers fantastic spaces with lots of character at low cost. The only downside is that the only option for internet access is through a microwave connection. I've never used a microwave connection, but the provider assures us that it will be great. Of course, they would say that wouldn't they? We would only have about a dozen people at that location, but we need decent speed and a reliable connection. Has anyone used this type of connection before, and if so, how well does it work?
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