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Re: 802.11b/g AO40 qrm?



Hasan,

I've been running a wireless hub/router for a year.  Never saw any troubles 
with AO-40 at all.  In fact, I'm grabbing telem right now, and sending this 
from my wireless laptop to my desktop using VNC right now ;)

73,

Mark


At 09:36 AM 5/31/03 -0500, hasan schiers wrote:
>I'll have a wireless card in my laptop in a few weeks. It will have 802.11b
>and 802.11g in it. These are both on 2.4 gig, of course. I'll be using a
>LinkSys WAP11 Access Point. My full network is CAT 5, but I'm adding this
>WAP so I can use my laptop upstairs.
>
>Anyone have any experience with wireless laptops? Am I going to have to shut
>it down when I want to rx AO-40?
>
>(Please no stuff about cordless phones or other part 15 devices...I know how
>that goes...I'm only looking for someone with actual experience with an
>802.11b or g wireless network and receiving AO-40.
>
>Tnx
>
>hasan schiers, N0AN
>schiers@netins.net
>
>
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