I am not sure this is the right forum for the question, but I imagine there could be interesting answers too. I would like to buy a router, and do not know exactly what I need.
I would like to stream 1080p video @ 30 fps, over 802.11n, 75 meters from 20 separate locations simultaneously to a base station. The cameras will be used in sports and moving. The 75 yards is clear, with no obstructions from walls/buildings.
My approach was going to be use Raspberry Pi Zero Ws to keep the cameras small but to allow them to also record to SD cards. Then, get a long range router they could all connect to, and then use some streaming application and maybe port forwarding on the router to make the streams available there. I could then connect a laptop to the router with ethernet.
I estimated the router would need to handle 70-100 Mbps at the 75 yards, and have some weather resistance. I saw some routers that looked like they could do this, but the reviews varied allot, and I have never looked for one like this before. These are some I looked at... I would be interested if these will work, if one is best, or if you would use something completely differant.
Thanks for any and all suggestions.