So, I realize right off the bat that I've probably made everyone laugh with my list of requirements for this solution, but I figure it's actually worth a shot to ask.
Without going into too much detail, here is what I'm looking for:
I have a client with an "industrial" type site -- very spread out with a total fenceline measured in miles. Expectation is not necessarily to monitor the entire perimeter, but rather to capture certain hot spots such as intersections, gates, etc. There is a high-possibility of interference due to the nature of the site, which will hopefully be discovered here soon upon further investigation. Typical distances for each point-to-point can range anywhere from as little as 150' to up to 3000'. Direct line of sight will not be a problem.
Most likely looking at single camera deployments at each location, which will almost for sure necessitate a point-to-point relationship. Power will obviously be available at the camera location, and the assumption for now is that all signals will be received at a location with LAN connectivity. Targeting the highest resolution possible, but likely in the 2MP/1080p range. High framerates will be required due to roads and intersections, which will increase throughput requirements.
Based upon research, I am planning to utilize either an Axis Zipstream camera (eg P-1365-E) or a Bosch NBN-932V due to lower bandwidth capabilities, although this may be negated somewhat due to the high framerate requirements.
Obviously there is probably not a wireless solution on the planet that will provide 100% uptime. But, we are looking for something as close as we can get. I'm not saying that money is no object, but the money is not as important as getting a product that will work.
Thoughts? Recommendations? Additional questions for clarification?
Appreciate all of your help in advance!