You'd think, but for 1) I don't think I can get the distance, and
2) there really is a lot of noise between here and there.
At the very outset, if I can bridge the distance, I am assuming
it'll be somewhere between 1Mbs and nothing depending on the
I am hoping to figure out some HiperLAN2 type approach which would
seem like a waste. 54Mbs of glorious 5Ghz channel with absolutely
nobody populating that spectrum; I am hoping I can do it without
bending a couple of FCC rules in the process. I don't want to light up all
the toasters between here and there with FoRK traffic. 8-)
It sucks to know something is so close, but so far.
> Sounds like you could get away with a point-to-point 802.11b link
> and a couple of unidirectional pole-mount antennas.
> On Sat, Mar 10, 2001 at 11:06:16AM -0800, Gregory Alan Bolcer wrote:
> > Very likely a free line of site, hard to tell from the hill
> > but hard to tell from all the trees, etc. I can mount something
> > very high up and they are at a very strategic point on the
> > hill. My budge is that it can't be more than $100 per month,
> > but up front costs can run up to a couple of thousand. If
> > TAD stock ever recovers I am just buying a T1, but until
> > then I have to be judicious with my spending habits.
> > Any ideas?
> > Greg
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