I'm interested, but doesnt wireless by its very nature mean that nodes need
to be very close together and line-of-sight?
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>> 1. Irish WAN (Christian J van den Bosch)
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> Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2001 21:12:52 +0100
> From: Christian J van den Bosch <cjb at linux.ie>
> To: social at linux.ie> Subject: [ILUG-Social] Irish WAN
>> Hi all
>> Just wondering how many of you would be interested in getting involved
> in a community-type 802.11 wireless wan... a website has been set up at
>http://www.irishwan.org with forums for dublin, cork, and other cities;
> also forums for general and technical discussions of the technology and
> its limitations.
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