On Mon 30 May 2005 11:25, Philip Creevy wrote:
> At 2.5GHz line of sight is very important.
I find this a slightly odd remark.
Surely the whole point of WiFi is that one does _not_ need line of sight.
I can't believe there are many houses where WiFi does not work
from top to bottom.
I'm using WiFi on a laptop at the moment
that must go through 3 walls (one 2ft thick) and a ceiling,
and it seems to work perfectly.
Are there people still using Ethernet?
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