you could direct this to wirelessireland at onelist.com
or look at: http://www.onelist.com/community/wirelessireland
or also look at: http://hazel.wit.ie/radio/
On Thu, 27 Jan 2000, Vincent Cunniffe wrote:
> Are there sections of bandwidth set aside for people who want to run
> their own low-power, low-bandwidth networks?
You would probably have to get an ISM allocation (Instrument and
experimental band, up around 1.*GHz)
unless you do an amateur radio exam. How is your electrical science?
[Bernard Tyers*btyers at snet.wit.ie*snet.wit.ie/bbt]
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