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Re: Station Control Help, wf1f




Motrolo makes a 900, 2400 and 5600 mc Ethernet link.
The 900 mc will go 1-3+ miles at 1 mega bit.
900 has the longest range when you have Trees.
The ohter modes will not work with trees.
for aprox $1000 you can setup a very "reliable" 1+
mile 900 mc ethernet link.

or, you can use a pair of 2.4 wifi's, amps and big
antennas, no trees.  Non hams have a 4 watt erp wifi
limit. Hams have a 390 watt erp wifi limit on channel
1 in the usa.

A $200 solution needs the words "un-reliable"


--- Robert Bruninga <bruninga@usna.edu> wrote:

> > Ethernet.  I need to create a point to point
> Ethernet 
> > connection of a mile or so.  I am especially
> interested in 
> > using 900 MHz to go through rather than over the
> trees...
> 
> SO true.  As the leaves are falling, my wireless
> internet access
> is now up to 5 bars from the usual 2 bars or less in
> the summer.
> When all the leaves are off, I'll be up to 8 bars
> and have 11
> Mbyte rates again...
> 
> Bob, Wb4APR
> 
> 
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