I'm not exactly sure whether this is the right place to ask this but I figured it's probably the best place to ask.
I'm thinking about transmitting data over quite long distances with an Arduino. I remembered seeing Linus Tech Tip's video on the 25 Km WiFi video where Ethernet was used. Therefore I thought whether an Ethernet Shield V2 could be used (the dish Linus used was an Ubiquiti Powerbeam AC if that helps) to transmit data. I'm assuming it's either very hard to pull off this way or it is entirely impossible. Thank you for anything in advance.
This is a radio bridge for extending tcp/ip networks.
If there is already an internet connection at the site of both the transmitter part and the receiver part then an Ethernet shield could work (maybe with a special router configuration on the receiver side). Even easier if there is a Wlan.
"Back in history, 2015, I launched a high altitude balloon that I had remote control of with LoRa . I could send commands to the balloon and it would respond with test packets using a given set of LoRa parameters. In one test I had a data rate of 13700bps working at over 100km."