Point to point connection for broadband communication
Directional radio links transmit radio signals at very high frequencies (in the GHz range) via highly bundling antennas. A so-called point-to-point connection is established between two fixed stations. This can be designed for a high level of reliability and the signals can be transmitted reliably and in (almost) any weather.
High data rates can be transmitted via microwave links and are compatible with IP technology.
"Link Budget" calculators can be found online on the Internet to help you design such radio link connections. If the operating frequency, antenna gain and transmission power are known, the signal losses can be calculated.