Ruckus Wireless sells 5GHz 802.11n ZoneFlex 7731 with 1 RB to 4 NRB in 30 degrees over 15KM,
or 802.11ac ZoneFlex P300 with 1 RB to 10 NRB in 120 degrees to 12KM point to point, and point to
multi-point bridges. These devices extend like an invisible wire in the air for devices connected behind them,
but they do not receive/accept client CPE connections.
You can however use an 802.11ac dual-band Access Point (any model), behind/connected to the bridge(s),
*if your CPE devices can connect as a wireless client.
(*Ruckus does not support "standard" WDS for more than one/other hosts behind the CPE.)
Read more in KBA-3332: Ruckus WDS with third parth wireless bridgehttps://support.ruckuswireless.com/answers/000003332
And KBA-1423: Clients behind a Third Party wireless bridge are unable to obtain a DHCP IP addresshttps://support.ruckuswireless.com/answers/000001423