On Wed, 23 Jun 1999, Kathryn Cassidy wrote:
> the web. Admittedly you could dial up to send info and take advantage
> of the faster download times that way, but that's a very inelegant
well, if it is good enough for sky digital?
> What you realy need is your own transmitter in the back
> garden, now that would be cool...
yea, and you could toast your bread, and roast you chicken while checking
seriously tho', it would be very possible, but very expensive also. .
a main library in dublin, with 4 buildings all within .5 mile are
serioulsy thinking about using a wireless link.
there are many different companies, ardmore tech, and of course (drool)
lucent who provide wireless solutions..
there's my bit of advertising done :)
Bernard Tyers. B.Tech.Elec. Mail: btyers at snet.wit.ie, Web: snet.wit.ie/bbt
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