Re: [WISPA] self inflicted interference

2007-07-27 Thread Bo Hamilton
+1 on that!

On 7/26/07, Ralph [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Canopy can.

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 Can't sync 2.4 gig as I recall right?


 
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[WISPA] Service in Las Animas Colorado

2007-07-27 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]



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RE: [WISPA] VOIP Providers with Virtual Office Type Setups - CALL ME NOW

2007-07-27 Thread Carl Shivers
Velocitytel.com has a decent program, if you are interested in reselling or
simply getting service to a customer. 
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NOW
Importance: High

Need a very quick solution to a very aggrivating problem. BellSouth and Us 
have been arguing for months over excess charges on our bill from when we 
had T1 services through them. Apparently this morning, they have decided to 
shut off our phone lines into our office. *There way of making us 
pay for stuff we do not owe them for *

I am needing an almost overnite VoIP / Virtual Office type setup from 
someone who has reasonable pricing and a damn good service. If you are going

to call and expect us to pay more then $100.00/mo for a 1-800 # type setup 
with 3 extensions. Don't bother...

If anyone has any solutions they would like us to take a look at , we will 
be making a decision today by noon.

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[WISPA] VOIP Providers with Virtual Office Type Setups - CALL ME NOW

2007-07-27 Thread JohnnyO
Need a very quick solution to a very aggrivating problem. BellSouth and Us 
have been arguing for months over excess charges on our bill from when we 
had T1 services through them. Apparently this morning, they have decided to 
shut off our phone lines into our office. *There way of making us 
pay for stuff we do not owe them for *


I am needing an almost overnite VoIP / Virtual Office type setup from 
someone who has reasonable pricing and a damn good service. If you are going 
to call and expect us to pay more then $100.00/mo for a 1-800 # type setup 
with 3 extensions. Don't bother...


If anyone has any solutions they would like us to take a look at , we will 
be making a decision today by noon.


Regards,

JohnnyO
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RE: [WISPA] VOIP Providers with Virtual Office Type Setups - CALL ME NOW

2007-07-27 Thread David Peterson
Johnny,

http://www.junctionnetworks.com/hostedpbx/
http://www.iicinternet.com/hosted-trixbox.html

They are very good people.  Also you could rent a hosted Trixbox and connect it 
to a reputable wholesaler like Junction Networks among others.


David


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Importance: High

Need a very quick solution to a very aggrivating problem. BellSouth and Us 
have been arguing for months over excess charges on our bill from when we 
had T1 services through them. Apparently this morning, they have decided to 
shut off our phone lines into our office. *There way of making us 
pay for stuff we do not owe them for *

I am needing an almost overnite VoIP / Virtual Office type setup from 
someone who has reasonable pricing and a damn good service. If you are going 
to call and expect us to pay more then $100.00/mo for a 1-800 # type setup 
with 3 extensions. Don't bother...

If anyone has any solutions they would like us to take a look at , we will 
be making a decision today by noon.

Regards,

JohnnyO
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RE: [WISPA] Streaming Video

2007-07-27 Thread Ralph
You will definitely need to use a streaming service of some sort.
You will kill your network with trying to stream it to all viewers from
onsite.

With my streams, I get about 4-5 30 frame/sec full motion camera streams per
1 Mb of uplink bandwidth.



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I would think we would use 3 cameras.  It is for High School Band 
competitions on football fields or tracks. So, they need to be 
controllable or manned.
We will be wireless from the school to the nearest AP and then it 
depends are where it is, how it gets back to the server.

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hello Scott,

 I may be able to point you in the right direction for the video
 equipment needed.  The over all quality of the video you intend to 
 stream is the challenge.  There are a multitude of manufacturers with 
 video solutions as well as storage solutions.  How many cameras do you 
 need? Do they need to move? How fine a resolution do you have in mind 
 are all considerations.  What manner of conveyance are you going to 
 use, cat5, coax, fiber etc?

 Tracy Tippett

 Scott Reed wrote:
 Does anyone here have a list of the equipment to do streaming video?
 I may have an opportunity to setup some cameras for a local event and 
 stream it to the web.  We will want to be able to charge for access 
 and to archive the feeds.  Any suggestions?



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Re: [WISPA] Streaming Video

2007-07-27 Thread Scott Reed
I would think we would use 3 cameras.  It is for High School Band 
competitions on football fields or tracks. So, they need to be 
controllable or manned.
We will be wireless from the school to the nearest AP and then it 
depends are where it is, how it gets back to the server.


[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Hello Scott,

I may be able to point you in the right direction for the video 
equipment needed.  The over all quality of the video you intend to 
stream is the challenge.  There are a multitude of manufacturers with 
video solutions as well as storage solutions.  How many cameras do you 
need? Do they need to move? How fine a resolution do you have in mind 
are all considerations.  What manner of conveyance are you going to 
use, cat5, coax, fiber etc?


Tracy Tippett

Scott Reed wrote:
Does anyone here have a list of the equipment to do streaming video?  
I may have an opportunity to setup some cameras for a local event and 
stream it to the web.  We will want to be able to charge for access 
and to archive the feeds.  Any suggestions?






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Re: [WISPA] Streaming Video

2007-07-27 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Hello Scott,

I may be able to point you in the right direction for the video 
equipment needed.  The over all quality of the video you intend to 
stream is the challenge.  There are a multitude of manufacturers with 
video solutions as well as storage solutions.  How many cameras do you 
need? Do they need to move? How fine a resolution do you have in mind 
are all considerations.  What manner of conveyance are you going to use, 
cat5, coax, fiber etc?


Tracy Tippett

Scott Reed wrote:
Does anyone here have a list of the equipment to do streaming video?  I 
may have an opportunity to setup some cameras for a local event and 
stream it to the web.  We will want to be able to charge for access and 
to archive the feeds.  Any suggestions?




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Re: [WISPA] Streaming Video

2007-07-27 Thread Scott Reed
Since I am figuring $5,00 to $10.00 per customer the Abacast may be a 
little out of the price range. This is for some High School band events, 
so there isn't going to be a lot of $$$.


Can the Slingbox send the feed to a server that then let's the customers 
connect to the server?


Ralph wrote:

He said he wants to stream and charge for access.
To do that, he will need more than a slingbox!
The worst thing he can do is try to stream to an unknown number of users
over a pipe that’s too small.

That's why I use Abacast.  I pay for each input stream and they stream to an
unlimited number of subscribers for that price.
It isn't but 250-300 bucks per stream.  That’s cheap considering all that
they do and that they handle billing and DRM for the customers too.

 Ralph



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Believe it or not, the best buy may be to use a Slingbox. Just use an
off-the shelf switcher, several DV video cameras and output the switcher
video/audio to the Slingbox and send it to any computer in the world.

David T. Hughes
Director, Corporate Communications
Roadstar Internet
604 South King Street -Suite 200
Leesburg, VA 20175
Office - (703) 234-9969  Cell -(703) 587-3282
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Does anyone here have a list of the equipment to do streaming video?  I 
may have an opportunity to setup some cameras for a local event and 
stream it to the web.  We will want to be able to charge for access and 
to archive the feeds.  Any suggestions?


  


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RE: [WISPA] Streaming Video

2007-07-27 Thread Ralph

He said he wants to stream and charge for access.
To do that, he will need more than a slingbox!
The worst thing he can do is try to stream to an unknown number of users
over a pipe that’s too small.

That's why I use Abacast.  I pay for each input stream and they stream to an
unlimited number of subscribers for that price.
It isn't but 250-300 bucks per stream.  That’s cheap considering all that
they do and that they handle billing and DRM for the customers too.

 Ralph



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Believe it or not, the best buy may be to use a Slingbox. Just use an
off-the shelf switcher, several DV video cameras and output the switcher
video/audio to the Slingbox and send it to any computer in the world.

David T. Hughes
Director, Corporate Communications
Roadstar Internet
604 South King Street -Suite 200
Leesburg, VA 20175
Office - (703) 234-9969  Cell -    (703) 587-3282
Corporate Offices - (703) 554-6621
Fax - (703) 258-0003
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Does anyone here have a list of the equipment to do streaming video?  I 
may have an opportunity to setup some cameras for a local event and 
stream it to the web.  We will want to be able to charge for access and 
to archive the feeds.  Any suggestions?

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RE: [WISPA] Streaming Video

2007-07-27 Thread David Hughes
Believe it or not, the best buy may be to use a Slingbox. Just use an
off-the shelf switcher, several DV video cameras and output the switcher
video/audio to the Slingbox and send it to any computer in the world.

David T. Hughes
Director, Corporate Communications
Roadstar Internet
604 South King Street -Suite 200
Leesburg, VA 20175
Office - (703) 234-9969  Cell -    (703) 587-3282
Corporate Offices - (703) 554-6621
Fax - (703) 258-0003
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Does anyone here have a list of the equipment to do streaming video?  I 
may have an opportunity to setup some cameras for a local event and 
stream it to the web.  We will want to be able to charge for access and 
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Re: [WISPA] Streaming Video

2007-07-27 Thread Dennis Burgess
one of my techs is going down there.  will hae to call him and tell him to
find a cam!  hahaha


On 7/26/07, Ralph [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I do a lot of web casting, so maybe I can help.

 I am heading to Sturgis SD next week to do the webcast for
 Fullthrottlewebcams.tv again.
 I use 12  30/fps closed circuit cams into 4 XP machines and stream out to
 a
 Co. called Abacast.
 They can relay that to an unlimited number of viewers.

 Last year we charged for access (they handled it) and the streams were
 protected by DRM (Digital Rights Management).
 The servers archived the traffic. This year the streams will be free.

 If you want to know more, just ask. I can give a list of all the equipment
 I
 use and it isn't too expensive.  The Audio and Video come back to the
 surveillance room on CAT5 cable and use video/audio Baluns to let them go
 over twisted pair, along with power.

 BTW- I would not recommend using IP cams.
 Use CCTV cams into a capture card. The encoding is handled by Windows
 Media
 Encoder, a free program from Microsoft. Can you imagine that?

 Check my broadcasts out from the Aug 3rd-10th. One of the cams will be on
 Jessie James from Monster Garage/West Coast Chopper as he builds a bike
 onsite.
 http://fullthrottlewebcams.tv

 Ralph


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 stream it to the web.  We will want to be able to charge for access and
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[WISPA] Friday Gripe - FCC .16e Certs and Baloney

2007-07-27 Thread Patrick Leary
So I have a little vent today and forgive me if it does not deal with
unlicensed (after all, nothing limits this list to UL only). I have just
read another article saying that the current WiMAX market only
encompasses 802.16d products by legacy companies like Alvarion and that
the real market does not happen until the 802.16e equipment becomes
available and then it went on to list the major TEMs expected to deliver
802.16e gear. My beef is that we have been selling 802.16e compliant
BreezeMAX WiMAX systems for over six months. There is talk, then there
is walk. A set of searches of all major suppliers, plus our smaller
competitors reveals that only Navini has any 802.16e gear to the point
where it can be certified by the FCC as authorized original equipment.
So two companies here are delivering and walking the walk, the rest is
just vapor and noise. Our list of authorized WCS and BRS/EBS band
802.16e TDD BreezeMAX is below, available via the excellent database
search at https://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/GenericSearch.cfm.

In this business, always remember, you can count on precious few in the
press to get even simple details correct, even when the data is readily
available. By the way, one you can always not only for getting the facts
right, but for having good insight is www.stevestroh.com, who so many of
you already know and respect.


Applicant   FCC ID  Application Purpose Grant
DateLower   Upper
Name
MHz MHz

Alvarion Ltd.   LKT-BMAX-SU23   Original Equipment  10/24/2006
2307.5  2312.5
Alvarion Ltd.   LKT-BMAX-SU23   Original Equipment  10/24/2006
2352.5  2357.5
Alvarion Ltd.   LKT-BMAX-SI25   Original Equipment
01/15/2007  2498.5  2687.5
Alvarion Ltd.   LKT-BMAX-BA23   Original Equipment  10/24/2006
2307.5  2312.5
Alvarion Ltd.   LKT-BMAX-BA23   Original Equipment  10/24/2006
2352.5  2357.5
Alvarion Ltd.   LKT-BMAX-SU25   Original Equipment  01/15/2007
2498.5  2687.5
Alvarion Ltd.   LKT-BMAX-B-B25  Original Equipment  01/15/2007
2592.5  2687.5
Alvarion Ltd.   LKT-BMAX-B-A25  Original Equipment  01/15/2007
2498.5  2599.5
Alvarion Ltd.   LKT-BMAX-SI23   Original Equipment
10/24/2006  2307.5  2312.5
Alvarion Ltd.   LKT-BMAX-SI23   Original Equipment
10/24/2006  2352.5  2357.5


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Alvarion, Inc.
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Re: [WISPA] VOIP Providers with Virtual Office Type Setups - CALL ME NOW

2007-07-27 Thread Brian Rohrbacher
I've been down this road before...  Anyone helping JohnnyO 
needs to know that you should get payment first.  I'm still owed for 
equipment from over a year ago

He sure had me convinced.

Be careful.

Reliable Internet, LLC
Brian Rohrbacher


JohnnyO wrote:
Need a very quick solution to a very aggrivating problem. BellSouth 
and Us have been arguing for months over excess charges on our bill 
from when we had T1 services through them. Apparently this morning, 
they have decided to shut off our phone lines into our office. 
*There way of making us pay for stuff we do not owe them for *


I am needing an almost overnite VoIP / Virtual Office type setup from 
someone who has reasonable pricing and a damn good service. If you are 
going to call and expect us to pay more then $100.00/mo for a 1-800 # 
type setup with 3 extensions. Don't bother...


If anyone has any solutions they would like us to take a look at , we 
will be making a decision today by noon.


Regards,

JohnnyO
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Re: [WISPA] VOIP Providers with Virtual Office Type Setups - CALLME NOW

2007-07-27 Thread Blake Bowers

I have done LOTS of business with JohnnyO, and never
had an issue.

He has paid me literally many thousands of dollars for
equipment, on time, every time.


- Original Message - 
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I've been down this road before...  Anyone helping JohnnyO needs 
to know that you should get payment first.  I'm still owed for equipment 
from over a year ago

He sure had me convinced.

Be careful.

Reliable Internet, LLC
Brian Rohrbacher


JohnnyO wrote:
Need a very quick solution to a very aggrivating problem. BellSouth and 
Us have been arguing for months over excess charges on our bill from when 
we had T1 services through them. Apparently this morning, they have 
decided to shut off our phone lines into our office. *There way 
of making us pay for stuff we do not owe them for *


I am needing an almost overnite VoIP / Virtual Office type setup from 
someone who has reasonable pricing and a damn good service. If you are 
going to call and expect us to pay more then $100.00/mo for a 1-800 # 
type setup with 3 extensions. Don't bother...


If anyone has any solutions they would like us to take a look at , we 
will be making a decision today by noon.





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RE: [WISPA] VOIP Providers with Virtual Office Type Setups - CALLMENOW

2007-07-27 Thread Jonathan Schmidt
I must jump in and say that my one and only dealing with JohnnyO, had it
been on eBay, would have rated a feedback of A+++, very fast transaction
with great communications.  It wasn't a lot, but it was 4 figures.

. . . j o n a t h a n
Jonathan Schmidt
Peftech

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CALLMENOW

I have done LOTS of business with JohnnyO, and never
had an issue.

He has paid me literally many thousands of dollars for
equipment, on time, every time.


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To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
Sent: Friday, July 27, 2007 12:42 PM
Subject: Re: [WISPA] VOIP Providers with Virtual Office Type Setups - CALLME

NOW


 I've been down this road before...  Anyone helping JohnnyO needs

 to know that you should get payment first.  I'm still owed for equipment 
 from over a year ago
 He sure had me convinced.

 Be careful.

 Reliable Internet, LLC
 Brian Rohrbacher


 JohnnyO wrote:
 Need a very quick solution to a very aggrivating problem. BellSouth and 
 Us have been arguing for months over excess charges on our bill from when

 we had T1 services through them. Apparently this morning, they have 
 decided to shut off our phone lines into our office. *There way 
 of making us pay for stuff we do not owe them for *

 I am needing an almost overnite VoIP / Virtual Office type setup from 
 someone who has reasonable pricing and a damn good service. If you are 
 going to call and expect us to pay more then $100.00/mo for a 1-800 # 
 type setup with 3 extensions. Don't bother...

 If anyone has any solutions they would like us to take a look at , we 
 will be making a decision today by noon.




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Re: [WISPA] VOIP Providers with Virtual Office Type Setups - CALLMENOW

2007-07-27 Thread Dave Hannum
Here is a solution for you.

Contact Rob Gonda at [EMAIL PROTECTED]
http://www.comvoz.com/


Dave Hannum
New Era Broadband


 JohnnyO wrote:
 Need a very quick solution to a very aggrivating problem. BellSouth and
 Us have been arguing for months over excess charges on our bill from when

 we had T1 services through them. Apparently this morning, they have
 decided to shut off our phone lines into our office. *There way
 of making us pay for stuff we do not owe them for *

 I am needing an almost overnite VoIP / Virtual Office type setup from
 someone who has reasonable pricing and a damn good service. If you are
 going to call and expect us to pay more then $100.00/mo for a 1-800 #
 type setup with 3 extensions. Don't bother...

 If anyone has any solutions they would like us to take a look at , we
 will be making a decision today by noon.




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[WISPA] Michael Erskine

2007-07-27 Thread Rick Harnish
The board will review the posts between Michael Erskine and Peter Rad this
weekend and determine what action is necessary and appropriate.  We cannot
allow one member to run other member’s out of WISPA but we do need to follow
procedure.  Michael, this isn’t the first time the board has had to
reprimand your list behavior.  This is the third time.  Please address the
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any decision.

 

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[WISPA] Backup Generator

2007-07-27 Thread Jory Privett
I know this has come up several times but can someone suggest a good place 
to get a LP generator and switchbox?


Any suggestions on model, size, or any other info would be greatly 
appreciated.


Jory Privett
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Re: [WISPA] Backup Generator

2007-07-27 Thread RickG
Lowes, Home Depot, etc. Size depends on your power needs. RickG

On 7/28/07, Jory Privett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I know this has come up several times but can someone suggest a good place
 to get a LP generator and switchbox?

 Any suggestions on model, size, or any other info would be greatly
 appreciated.

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Re: [WISPA] Guy climbs tower, goes riding down the guy wires!

2007-07-27 Thread RickG
I was up @ 350' yesterday and thought about taking the guy wires down - not! ;)
-RickG

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 **This is about 15 min from my house, was a Digital TV tower for Channel
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RE: [WISPA] Backup Generator

2007-07-27 Thread Mac Dearman
I bought a 16kw Generac from Lowes for $2900.00 delivered to my NOC. It is
duel fuel, but we run it on LP. Outstanding deal for the money and it does
come with the weekly crank/run timer as well as the automatic transfer
switch and outside elec shut off.

GL,
Mac

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I know this has come up several times but can someone suggest a good place 
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Any suggestions on model, size, or any other info would be greatly 
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Jory Privett
WCCS 



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Re: [WISPA] Backup Generator

2007-07-27 Thread Travis Johnson
I would make sure the one you buy is liquid cooled... some of the 
cheaper ones are air cooled and the time when you need the generator 
will be when it's 110F outside.


Travis
Microserv

Mac Dearman wrote:

I bought a 16kw Generac from Lowes for $2900.00 delivered to my NOC. It is
duel fuel, but we run it on LP. Outstanding deal for the money and it does
come with the weekly crank/run timer as well as the automatic transfer
switch and outside elec shut off.

GL,
Mac

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I know this has come up several times but can someone suggest a good place 
to get a LP generator and switchbox?


Any suggestions on model, size, or any other info would be greatly 
appreciated.


Jory Privett
WCCS 




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