Don't put the cart before the horse. Start by educating yourself on what it takes to become a wireless ISP. You will find plenty of links to get you started at ISP-Planet's Wireless ISP Handbook. You might also want to attend a class like this Shorecliff WISP Workshop. After you have a solid understanding of the WISP business and deployment alternatives, you can select hardware that will meet your specific needs.
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