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Tuesday, February 04, 2003
Wi-Fi for WISPs:
Review of wireless ISP options, with notes on Etherlinx
: "Furrier's company is taking a different tack. Etherlinx uses off-the-shelf 802.11 hardware and modifies it to work in an entirely different manner. The result is a wireless service that can stretch 20 miles instead of a few hundred feet and can be relayed from station to station in ways similar to a mesh network. One set of the antenna and radio hardware can support 94 subscribers, each with DSL-like speeds of 256kbps." There's also a Nov 2002 email interview with Furrier
. 11:15:45 AM
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