The college where I work is wanting to expand our network connection out to the field house building, located about 1/2 to 3/4 mile away from the rest of campus. I'm looking at one of these as a possible solution:
I've used them before and been very happy with the results - I just have to keep in mind the throughput limitations (I couldn't run a whole dorm off one of these, for example). But my question here is on the line of sight requirement. In previous uses, line of sight has been perfect. In this case, it's a little less so. There are no buildings in the way, but due to a few trees I can't get a direct view of one building from the other. However, given that I'm only going <1/4 of the rated distance of the connection, is the signal likely to have enough power to establish a good connection?