Isn't ATT late to the party?
Hasn't every progressive, forward-thinking WISP been offering this (not
on phones but on remote PCs) for years???
Jack Unger ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) - President, Ask-Wi.Com, Inc.
Nextel has been buying up 900 MHz trunked systems for years now.
Probably will do what they did to build their first ESMR (Nextel IDEN)-
Take perfectly good systems off the air so they can drive the users to an
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
After glancing through the manual it looked like a pretty straight
forward install. But I guess you never find out until you actually do
the installation. ;-)
Of course a day of your time is valuable as gold too.
Harold Bledsoe wrote:
Could they really get by on the low power in the unlicensed noisy
bands? Langeler, you know? Everything I have heard is the big boys
use high power (at least compared to us) and HIGH receive sensitivity
because on no noise and that is why is works so well. Except my Nextel
has SUCKED for
Though the comment period is closed, one could still submit comments
requesting late filing and ex-parte and send a notice to the FCC Secretary.
Check box 11 on the cover sheet of the ECFS.
Co-founder - Washington Bureau for ISP Advocacy - WBIA
Jack, you would think so, but most just offer connectivity. Period.
The RBOCs are adding services like crazy to increase the ARPU.
Bundling is how you create an ARPU that is sufficient to maintain profit.
It is also a way to confuse the customer in order that there isn't an
apples to apples
I am not familiar with the terms you describe below and I am a bit
confused. Can you break this down with a little more detail and
explanation? I would like to understand this as I think it is very
important for us to know what they are trying to do here in 900 MHz.
Does anyone have an example of an SLA for point to point (intra-network)
WISPA Wireless List: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Web Developer Guru's,
I looking for comments or suggestions on my site survey request
process. I want to make sure it's as streamlined as it can be. Here is
the current process from start to finish.
Potential subscriber calls and we talk $. If they are still interested
I send them
I can help with the very last thing. Have your developer add the Reply-To: field to the e-mail. That is the address your mail program will use when you hit reply.
Network Design, Installation and Administration
I don't know what the beef is. FleetCall bought up in the vicinity of 100
trunking SMR channels in each major metro almost 20 yrs ago. They claimed
to the FCC that they could serve significantly more users than the typical
100 users/channel of the current early 90s analog technology. 100
Before everyone gets in an uproar about this, has anyone looked in to the
actual frequencies being used? I'm pretty sure Nextel has some licensed 900
MHz spectrum. I don't have time to dig around for the information but as I
recall they do. I could be wrong. They certainly won't deploy an IDEN
A few months back, I got an inquiry from a TV station engineer asking if it
would be possible to provide him with an internet connection.
Well, I did some quick looking, got ahold of him and we had a tentative
agreement that I'd provide him a connection for control and monitoring
Since first impression is everything I would suggest you need to do
something with the header graphic. I know this is not what you asked
for but I felt that the look and feel of a website is as important as
If you need some help with it let me know since one of the
On Thu, October 26, 2006 10:26 am, Brian Rohrbacher wrote:
After the customer hits submit I want 2 things to happen.
Those both seem relatively easy. What kind of programming environment
(i.e. language) is the current application written in?
WISPA Wireless List:
Since it is a CGI script, I'm assuming it's written in Perl. Adding
those two functions should be relatively easy. Let me know if you need
anything. I'm a full-time web developer, systems administrator, and
network administrator; I know these things from all angles.
Thanks. I kinda already asked for help. Looking over my original post
do you have any more specific suggestions other than it's easy? I
have explained what I am currently doing and what I want to do. I can't
really ask more because I've included everything I know.
N White wrote:
In your backend script (the CGI / Perl script I assume), you could have it
send out two separate emails - 1 to the client with the information you want
them to see, and the other to you with the information you are wanting. I'm
not that familiar with Perl but I'm assuming it could use
The preponderence of NexTel channels are in the private land mobile
806-821/850-865 conventional / trunking band, and a small percentage in the
902-906 trunking band. So I believe whatever '900' channels they have are
*below* the 900 ISM band. I am most likely off on the numeric band limits.
Inline, and thanks. This is more like the response I needed. At least
now I can go learn about smtp auth and how it's done, and the other
stuff you talked about.
Also Scriv requested no Step by step web design commentary on the
list. At this point it looks like I'm pointed more in the right
CGI is Perl. If you'd like to send me a copy of the CGI script, I can
take a look and see what I could do. You shouldn't have to use SMTP
authentication, instead just have the script input Reply-To: headers in
the email it sends to you. Or simply change the From: header to that of
Does a WISP fall under the designation of a telecommunications
carrier even though it isnt required to file form 499-a?
Under definition found at USC title 47,153.40 , it appears
that an ISP and in particular a WISP offers telecommunications services and is
deemed a telecommunications
Any time. I hit you offlist as well with some other info. Let me know if
you need anything else. I've got a Perl guy on staff too that could help
out if you need it. Looks like a lot of others have chimed in for you too
though, so best of luck.
- Original Message -
The scare was that... Unlicensed was specifically mentioned.
RapidDSL Wireless, Inc
IntAirNet- Fixed Wireless Broadband
- Original Message -
From: Brian Webster [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: WISPA General List email@example.com
Sent: Thursday, October 26, 2006 12:49 PM
Exact band and Power limit is relevant. Currently, the top 25% of ISM 900
bandwidth (channel 4) is unusable, in MANY areas, due to blead over from 930
Licensed high power gear (500W). If the same thing were to occur at the
lower portion of 900 ISM bandwdith, it could kill
Filters fix this problem quite handily. We recommend one on every
system needed or not. I don't see an issue here.
At 07:07 PM 10/26/2006, you wrote:
Exact band and Power limit is relevant. Currently, the top 25% of
ISM 900 bandwidth (channel 4) is unusable, in MANY
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