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One option is Particle (f.k.a. Spark) Photon - STM32F205 ARM Cortex M3 microcontroller with Broadcom BCM43362 Wi-Fi module, 1MB flash, 128KB RAM for $19. Second option is WiFiMCU - STM32F411CE ARM Cortex M4 microcontroller with Broadcom Wi-Fi module, 2MB SPI flash, 512KB on-chip flash, 128KB RAM for $10. Another option is a much cheaper NodeMCU - ESP8266 ...


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These are the two routers which match your requirements and these were released recently. These are tri-band routers which do not reduce speed even when multiple devices are connected to the same network i.e A tri-band router is literally hosting two separate 5 GHz networks, and it automatically sorts devices into different networks. This offers more speed ...


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For starters, make sure that if you get a third party modem/router you get an approved device since you'll be up a creek if you want Comcast to acknowledge that you have an Internet outage because of them. Their support page gives some tips on selecting an approved one. Supposedly there's an Amazon page that has a bunch of approved modems/routers as well, ...


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What you need is a product from one of the enterprise-level (or enterprise-like...) manufacturers. All of them have this in one form or the other, and they are usually not expansive at all (though most of them lack wireless, it is not required by you.) Ubiquiti EdgeRouter is probably the most known one of this genre. Then there's (as pointed out by @Jan ...


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I second @user: use your provider's router/modem as a bridge and your own router behind that. Waaay less hassle and not using their hardware does not gain you anything honestly. If you are worried about eavesdropping: don't. Wether you use your ISPs modem or not won't change a thing. One thing which you could do is set up a site-wide VPN which is supported ...


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A package like the KKmoon HW0029 or the FREECAM C310 would probably do it pretty neatly. To mount something on the poll you can use a bracket like this https://www.ebay.com/itm/Pole-Mount-Bracket-SUNLUXY-Universal-Column-Camera-Mounting-Bracket-8-inches-/282935918551


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One important question you need to ask yourself is if you need industrial build quality and long term hardware support, or a research/prototype platform. If you need an industrial PC, I don't have any <100 dollar options for you, but you might spend 100-200 dollars on a Compulab product. I have pretty good experiences with them, the hardware design seems ...


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