Vincent Cunniffe stated the following on Thu, Jan 27, 2000 at 01:03:09PM +0000 :
> What are the rules in Ireland wrt packet radio implementations?
>> Are there sections of bandwidth set aside for people who want to run
> their own low-power, low-bandwidth networks?
>> It would be nice to be able to set up a few nodes which could be
> constantly connected in a low-power radio net... I'd certainly be
> interested in making it happen if it's feasible, and I know a few
> others who would be also.
>> Anyone got any information on doing this?
2.4Ghz band is reserved all across europe for spread spectrum low power
www.wavelan.com and www.breezecom.com are suppliers of suitable
The breezecom E1 wireless modem can do up to 40Km with one of the high
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