I dont think thats an assumption at all :)


On 8/7/2017 5:53 AM, Mike Hammett wrote:
That'll go about 2 miles, I assume.



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ELVA-1 has an E-band radio which they claim will do full duplex 10G up to 12 miles with 2' dishes.

Jared



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Im guessing there is no realistic (cost competitive to fiber) option aside from fiber to move this kind of bandwidth, or is there?

Fiber would require traversing 2 state highways and a railroad track, so there is that.


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