[WISPA] Louisville Kentucky installer

2009-06-17 Thread Mario Pommier
Hi, Does anyone know (or is anyone) a good installer in/near the Louisville, Kentucky area? I have a project we could work together on. Email me off list. Thanks. Mario WISPA Wants You! Join today!

Re: [WISPA] SR5 vs. XR5

2008-11-04 Thread Mario Pommier
what is the output of those cards? the xr5 are 600mW aren't they? aren't the sr5 400mW? *600mW (28dBm) 400mW (26dBm)* the posted results seem accurate. Mario Mike Hammett wrote: The XR radios listen better than the SR radios do. -- Mike Hammett Intelligent Computing Solutions

[WISPA] OT: Task management

2008-10-22 Thread Mario Pommier
Customer is looking for a good Task Management Solution. I've found these two online solutions: -- http://www.same-page.com -- https://www.teamworklive.com I wouldn't mind installing a Linux server solution for this in my datacenter, but I don't know of one. Any thoughts are appreciated.

[WISPA] PacWireless vs Hyperlink

2008-10-20 Thread Mario Pommier
If anyone has used these antennas (5Ghz dual polarity), how do they compare in performance and hardware durability? HyperLink's Hypergain -- HG5158DP-29D PacWireless's -- HDDA5W-29-DP Thanks. Mario WISPA

[WISPA] Service in Centerville MD 21617

2008-10-20 Thread Mario Pommier
Hi, I have a friend who lives in Centerville, MD zip 21617 Anyone have coverage there? Thanks. Mario WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org/

Re: [WISPA] ISPs in US

2008-10-10 Thread Mario Pommier
It's an interesting objective, actually. Here's the scenario. I'm looking for the number of ISPs in the US (small to medium ISPs, not Verizon and Time Warner and the like) who have 50 or more business customers. Maybe this kind of definition helps. Wisps, cable, dsl are all good. Any ISP who

[WISPA] ISPs in US

2008-10-09 Thread Mario Pommier
Anybody have a ballpark number for the amount if ISP's in the United States? Or a site I can go find this out? Thanks. Mario WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org/

Re: [WISPA] Water Tower

2008-03-05 Thread Mario Pommier
The Water Dept. Superintendent we work with allowed us to the same thing Marlon mentions: we give them service for X amount of sites and they allow us to place X amount of antennas. They get the same level of service all our business customers get. Mario Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181

Re: [WISPA] tranzeo weirdness

2007-12-22 Thread Mario Pommier
Interesting lesson, Marlon: Sometimes even the wireless enthusiasts blame the wireless gear/technology for issues. Sometimes it's the wired/ethernet parts of installation that cause trouble. Sometimes it's the network (like a misconfigured VLAN or bandwidth manager setting). Sometimes it's

[WISPA] access in London, UK

2007-11-16 Thread Mario Pommier
Hi, Does anyone in this list provide service in London? I have a customer looking for 10-20M dedicated service in 2 or 3 sites. Please contact me off list. Thanks. Mario WISPA Wants You! Join today!

[WISPA] fiber vendor

2007-11-08 Thread Mario Pommier
Has anyone heard anything about the quality of Optical Cable Corporation fiber? Does it perform well? Mario WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org/

[WISPA] access to discontinued RadioShack mount

2007-09-29 Thread Mario Pommier
Hi, I'm looking for what used to be RadioShack's Universal Mast Anchor Mount, part number 15-888. Does anyone know who has these or have access to any? Thanks. Mario ** Join us at the WISPA Reception at

[WISPA] access in Thermal, CA

2007-09-14 Thread Mario Pommier
Hi, Would anyone be able to help me provide access to a location next door to the Thermal CA airport (intersection of Airport Blvd. and Rt. 111)? It's a good account. Please email me off-list. Thanks. Mario Mario Pommier Vice Pres., Business Development Webjogger Internet Services

[WISPA] Is this about Calea?

2007-09-07 Thread Mario Pommier
NYTIMES.com September 7, 2007 Judge Voids F.B.I. Tool Granted by Patriot Act By ADAM LIPTAK http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/people/l/adam_liptak/index.html?inline=nyt-per A federal judge yesterday struck down the parts of the recently revised USA Patriot Act that

[WISPA] alternative for Alvarion VL lightning protector

2007-07-06 Thread Mario Pommier
Hi, Has anyone found a low cost alternative for lightning protectors for the Alvarion VL equipment? Transtector and Polyphaser protectors are in the $100+ range. Has anyone tried this one? http://www.hyperlinktech.com/web/al-cat5w.php Thank in advance. Mario -- WISPA Wireless

Re: [WISPA] FCC Admits Mistakes In Measuring Broadband Competition

2007-04-20 Thread Mario Pommier
wishful thinking FCC realizes areas are underserved. They also realize independent broadband providers -- read wireless ISPs -- are an excellent, if not better, solution as a competitive solution in many areas, rural and otherwise. FCC makes sub-700Mhz available for unlicensed

Re: [WISPA] Power Lines in the LOS path

2007-04-14 Thread Mario Pommier
Has anyone tried the OFDM Tranzeo 900Mhz? What have your results been? Mario Jim Stout wrote: Would it be worth trying a Yagi antenna with a narrow beamwidth? Jim Stout LTO Communications, LLC 15701 Henry Andrews Dr Pleasant Hill, MO 64080 (816) 305-1076 - Mobile (816) 497-0033 - Pager -

[WISPA] Triad VoIP

2007-03-26 Thread Mario Pommier
I wanted to share with my excellent experience with Don Annas from Triad Telecom. I contacted him about VoIP deployment since I need to provide a solution to an MTU. I had the small blurb he submitted about his business. I've never gotten into VoIP and needed (still need) some pretty extensive

Re: UPDATE: [WISPA] WISP blocked access to Washington Post website - Dumb or Responsible?

2007-03-21 Thread Mario Pommier
Sounds like someone made a booboo, they needed someone to complain and let them know something was wrong, or a combination thereof. Good support though, Jack! Can we say that? Try to get a resolution like that with a cable or dsl provider. Mario Jack Unger wrote: Just an update - Within two

Re: [WISPA] LMR600, LMR900, Heliax

2007-03-18 Thread Mario Pommier
Bob (or anyone), Can you explain why 7/8 heliax isn't appropriate for 5Ghz? Thanks for the posts. Mario Bob Moldashel wrote: OK.Lets talk cable 1. You can't use 1 1/4 or 1 5/8 heliax at 5 Ghz anything. Can't use 7/8 heliax there either. You canbut it won't work right

Re: [WISPA] New WISPA Principal Member - Webjogger Internet Services

2007-03-16 Thread Mario Pommier
wireless@wispa.org; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2007 1:18 AM Subject: [WISPA] New WISPA Principal Member - Webjogger Internet Services Many thanks to Mario Pommier of Webjogger Internet Services for making the step up to membership in WISPA. We appreciate you and all others like you

Re: [WISPA] Moisture Ingress

2007-03-16 Thread Mario Pommier
Where do you get it? Mario Blair Davis wrote: Same here. Coax Seal is GREAT!!! Travis Johnson wrote: We started using Coax-Seal about two years ago and have never had a problem since. It's moldable so you wrap the connector and then form it around the connections. Quick, easy and

Re: [WISPA] LMR600, LMR900, Heliax

2007-03-16 Thread Mario Pommier
Smart move!!! When at all possible, we do that: active elements inside, inactive antenna outside. Design your grounding properly (NOT A MINOR ACHIEVEMENT!!!) and you're set: EVERYTHING goes to 1 common ground, coax lightning kits (outdoors) and in line lightning arrestors (indoors) go to

Re: [WISPA] Is anyone thinking about 17 and 60 ghz?

2007-03-05 Thread Mario Pommier
Bridgewave 60Ghz works excellently! Very nice stuff. Full Gbps full duplex speeds. Few computers or laptops, if any at all, can reach those speeds. Our sysadmin figured a way to test capacity with Cisco switches on both ends by flooding the link. Expensive. Yes. I only see it

Re: [WISPA] Form 477 Due Today

2007-03-01 Thread Mario Pommier
Guys, It's pretty late for this in EST but for those in the West coast: Page 14 of the Instructions for the Signed statement form Page 11 of the same doc for the instructions on where to send and how. Go here for it, though I suppose everyone already has it:

Re: [WISPA] tv whitespaces filings

2007-02-23 Thread Mario Pommier
Done: 2007223617186 Total time to file: 5 minutes to write up a comment. Total gratification: TOTAL. Mario Don Renner wrote: NetsurfUSA filled - 2007223533293 - Don -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Scott Reed Sent: Friday, February

using equipment from overseas companies Re: [WISPA] Following the FCC rules ?????

2007-02-19 Thread Mario Pommier
Hi, The following question seems germaine to this thread. Who would I talk to at the FCC about the following: -- if I want to use equipment from an overseas-based manufacturer, where would I go to or who could I talk to at the FCC to know certification procedures, equipment allowed or not

Re: using equipment from overseas companies Re: [WISPA] FollowingtheFCC rules ?????

2007-02-19 Thread Mario Pommier
] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Mario Pommier Sent: Monday, February 19, 2007 6:26 AM To: WISPA General List Subject: using equipment from overseas companies Re: [WISPA] Following theFCC rules ? Hi, The following question seems germaine to this thread. Who would I talk to at the FCC

Re: [WISPA] TV white spaces

2007-02-06 Thread Mario Pommier
can you elaborate on HAD offers ... please? Thanks. Mario Steve Stroh wrote: You've HAD offers that have been refused... Thanks, Steve On Jan 24, 2007, at Jan 24 07:10 PM, Marlon K. Schafer wrote: WISPA has been working on this for a couple of years now. Independently and with

Re: [WISPA] - Hello Group! - Can we talk towers?

2007-02-06 Thread Mario Pommier
1. I know an engineer who may be able to help you on this one. Knows FAA personnel if I recall correctly from when he helped us with out antenna. He's a certified engineer in NYS, AFAIK, but also does work in CT, VT, FL. 2. Same engineer, had us install a solid-rod Pyrod tower. He designed

off topic -- Re: [WISPA] Service Offerings - Competing

2007-01-26 Thread Mario Pommier
I see your point, Sam. Perhaps products like Linksys Routers could be a better example, or how about YouTube? for the argument, or even our residential customers (this oen rings a bell for many of us in this tech service industry, going all the way back to dialup days). I'm not sure about

Re: [WISPA] More debate over the 700MHz spectrum..

2007-01-25 Thread Mario Pommier
Those analog converter boxes: where do people buy those and who offers them? How about an agency dispensing vouchers for Wireless CPE in order to transition users in rural areas into fixed wireless broadband at sub-700Mhz unlicensed spectrum? Is this too much to ask? Or too naive? or both?

Re: [WISPA] TV white spaces

2007-01-24 Thread Mario Pommier
Any info through the grapevine about the likelihood of this spectrum becoming unlicensed? Then, I suppose a standard will have to be drafted and approved before we see any gear. So is that a couple of years if we're lucky before we can use sub-700Mhz to penetrate through trees in rural

Re: [WISPA] 900 Mhz and snow and Pacwireless Yagi's.

2007-01-05 Thread Mario Pommier
Mark Koskenmaki wrote: I have one 900 mhz ap and one client. When I first set up this client, we were decidedly NOT LOS and it goes through a few pine and fir trees. Im not sure that is only what is in the way.Possibly a bit of dirt, too.For some reason, I appear to have HUGE changes

Re: [WISPA] Canopy actual throughput

2007-01-04 Thread Mario Pommier
Roadshows Coming to a City Near You http://www.winog.com -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Mario Pommier Sent: Wednesday, January 03, 2007 2:36 PM To: WISPA General List Subject: [WISPA] Canopy actual throughput Mario

[WISPA] Canopy actual throughput

2007-01-03 Thread Mario Pommier
Hi, those of you who use Canopy 900: what is the actual throughput you've gotten to the CPE? 4Mbps or less? Has anyone run a bandwidth test while passing traffic simultaneously in both directions (such as with Qcheck)? Thanks a lot. Mario -- WISPA Wireless List:

Re: [WISPA] Overage plan help

2006-12-15 Thread Mario Pommier
Marlon, You can make all your mail traffic go through Postini without being charged more, and you can still charge the customer the $1 fee for usage. And, yeah, people do like. Mario Marlon K. Schafer wrote: We don't put everyone on Postini. We charge those that want the filtering $1

[WISPA] ups feedback

2006-12-13 Thread Mario Pommier
Hi, I'm looking for feedback from the field on this UPS: Tripp Lite *SMART1200LCD (can be rack mounted, 2U)? They are about $100 less than a 2U-750-VA APC model ... thus the question. I've never used them so I wouldn't want to recommend it to the customer. Thanks. Mario* -- WISPA

Re: [WISPA] Need opinion

2006-12-12 Thread Mario Pommier
Carlos, that's your first item, your line of thinking seems accurate: Cisco, Proxim, Trango, Alvarion, StarOS, Mikrotik -- what equipment will you choose and what is the advantage/disadvantage of each. Maybe your first perspective is: do you want to go with a finished, packaged

Re: [WISPA] Fiber Supplier

2006-12-04 Thread Mario Pommier
/Dan The Cable Man Oberholtzer at Elepro.com has always been a very good source of fiber for me. 26601 - 79th Ave South Kent, WA 98032 Phone: 800-423-0646 Fax: 253-859-9101 http://elepro.com/ Mario// / Scott Reed wrote: I have the opportunity to bid a inside fiber installation. I have a

Re: [WISPA] External battery on UPS

2006-11-27 Thread Mario Pommier
an APC and Ethernet direct to the batteries? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Mario Pommier Sent: 24 November 2006 19:04 To: WISPA General List Subject: Re: [WISPA] External battery on UPS Yes, Paul. What are you looking for? Mario Paul Hendry

Re: [WISPA] wall mount racks

2006-11-24 Thread Mario Pommier
Thanks, Jory. Mario Jory Privett wrote: Here is the closest I can get. http://www.icintracom.com/america/wall-mount-cabinet-p-5047.html?osCsid=9e471ca66006924051cb4861fca4da73 Cost about $275 Jory Privett WCCS - Original Message - From: Mario Pommier [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: [WISPA] External battery on UPS

2006-11-24 Thread Mario Pommier
Yes, Paul. What are you looking for? Mario Paul Hendry wrote: Just out of interest, does anyone run batteries (via fuses) directly into cat5 instead of converting back to AC just to run standard 48v PoE up the tower? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL

[WISPA] wall mount racks

2006-11-22 Thread Mario Pommier
Does anyone have access to reasonably priced wall mount racks like this one? ~36x24x24. I've found them on Ebay before for ~$350 but no luck now. Thanks a lot. Mario -- WISPA Wireless List: wireless@wispa.org Subscribe/Unsubscribe: http://lists.wispa.org/mailman/listinfo/wireless Archives:

Re: [WISPA] 750feet FSO

2006-11-16 Thread Mario Pommier
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Mario Pommier Sent: Wednesday, November 15, 2006 5:09 PM To: WISPA General List Subject: [WISPA] 750feet FSO Can anyone say if you've successfully installed Free Space Optics at ~750feet? A customer seeking to expand

[WISPA] 750feet FSO

2006-11-15 Thread Mario Pommier
Can anyone say if you've successfully installed Free Space Optics at ~750feet? A customer seeking to expand mentioned this company: http://www.mrv.com/products/line/terescope.php I've never heard that FSO actually performs reliably. Thanks. Mario -- WISPA Wireless List: wireless@wispa.org

Re: [WISPA] wireless fiber revisited

2006-10-08 Thread Mario Pommier
- Original Message - From: Mario Pommier [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org Sent: Friday, October 06, 2006 4:26 PM Subject: [WISPA] wireless fiber revisited Hi, Several weeks ago I posted BridgeWave and GigaBeam prices and quick features of wireless Gbps gear. Has

[WISPA] wireless fiber revisited

2006-10-06 Thread Mario Pommier
Hi, Several weeks ago I posted BridgeWave and GigaBeam prices and quick features of wireless Gbps gear. Has anyone tried or know about this option: -- Proxim Gigalink 6451e- 60Ghz; unlicensed; $10,500 complete link; ? 5-year hardware warranty; 1Gbps Pricing is attractive, isn't it

Re: [WISPA] Outsourced installations

2006-09-22 Thread Mario Pommier
Matt, Pete, Can you state what kinds of radios these installs involve? are these PoE radios, what brand, what kind of terrain you're installing in, rural/metro area? Is grounding being done? What if they install a non-pen mount? Same price? Where does install end: i.e. do they ahve to

Re: [WISPA] Alvarion VL Fixes Problems with Backhaul Links

2006-09-21 Thread Mario Pommier
John, Good to hear you got issues fixed, independent of the manufacturer/vendor you used. Regarding the radios you're using now. Some of us, like our company, started with Alvarion and never switched out. It's hard to try other technologies that appear less expensive, when the one

[WISPA] inexpensive internal point-to-point

2006-09-12 Thread Mario Pommier
what would you recommend for an internal point to point link, going 50 feet across a backyard? need: inexpensive; needs to be wireless. harware budget is no more than: $300. any thoughts? Mario --- [This e-mail was scanned for viruses by our AntiVirus Protection System] -- WISPA Wireless

Re: [WISPA] Tower ice buildup

2006-09-11 Thread Mario Pommier
solid rod towers is all I can say. Don't know if Trylon is solid or hollow. Mario [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have looked at the AN Wireless product line and they look like great towers and are close by in PA, but they don't make anything over 120 feet. I need to get higher than that to

[WISPA] wireless fiber deployment

2006-09-05 Thread Mario Pommier
This is a new area of wireless deployment for me: I've been asked to quote for a gigabit wireless link between a radiology department and a nearby hospital (0.4 miles). I'm aware of two options so far, and here's some info I've gathered: -- BridgeWave - 60Ghz; unlicensed; $25,000 complete

Re: [WISPA] wireless fiber deployment

2006-09-05 Thread Mario Pommier
Good to hear that. Priced similarly? Thanks. Mario Matt Liotta wrote: We deploy BrideWave gear and have been happy with it. BridgeWave also has a licensed radio operating in the 80Ghz range. -Matt Mario Pommier wrote: This is a new area of wireless deployment for me: I've been asked

[WISPA] 73 mile link

2006-08-25 Thread Mario Pommier
Gentlemen, Is this even doable?: 74 mile point-to-point link. Very Clear LOS to mountaintop. Thinking of a 40Mbps minimum. This means 5.8Ghz I guess. This is the kind of thing I have to stretch my mind to in order to reduce my bandwidth costs to the internet. Thanks. Mario

Re: [WISPA] Trango Atlas success story

2006-08-18 Thread Mario Pommier
Tom, Real basic question: Can you explain the comment on wishing to have the War/V3 solution? What would War/V3 have given you? Mario Tom DeReggi wrote: Just completed install for client, that we quoted blind. The supposed Near-LOS partial freznel obstruction from a building,

[WISPA] fiber connection for bridgewave

2006-08-01 Thread Mario Pommier
Has anyone here delved into the option of terminating fiber runs for a bridgewave gigabit link? What's more economical -- to hire out the termination job or getting training and buying the terminating equipment onself? If the latter, where have you gotten the training and equipment? (I've

Re: [WISPA] fiber connection for bridgewave

2006-08-01 Thread Mario Pommier
PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Mario Pommier Sent: Tuesday, August 01, 2006 10:25 AM To: WISPA General List Subject: [WISPA] fiber connection for bridgewave Has anyone here delved into the option of terminating fiber runs for a bridgewave gigabit link? What's more economical

[WISPA] 900 Mhz bandpass filters

2006-06-15 Thread Mario Pommier
Anyone know of a source for 900 Mhz bandpass filters to selectively filter out other transmitters within the 902-to-928 Mhz frequencies. In my particular case, I'd need to filter our from 902-to-915 Mhz, so I can transmit in the 917-to-922 range. Thanks. Mario --- [This e-mail was scanned

[WISPA] 95th percentile calculator

2006-05-19 Thread Mario Pommier
Does anyone know of a cost-effective option for a 95th percentile bandwidth usage calculator? Say for example, an add-on to the Mikrotik bandwidth manager? Thanks. Mario --- [This e-mail was scanned for viruses by our AntiVirus Protection System] -- WISPA Wireless List: wireless@wispa.org

Re: [WISPA] 95th percentile calculator

2006-05-19 Thread Mario Pommier
[EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.oibw.net -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Mario Pommier Sent: Friday, May 19, 2006 4:19 PM To: WISPA General List Subject: [WISPA] 95th percentile calculator Does anyone know of a cost-effective option for a 95th

Re: [WISPA] Fw: Google, eBay and Amazon may build their own wireless Internet

2006-04-14 Thread Mario Pommier
So the 700Mhz won't be unlicensed? Or even if licensed, unavailable to the small wISP? Thanks. Mario Marlon K. Schafer wrote: - Original Message - From: John Oram [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Lonnie Nunweiler [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Marlon Schafer [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, April 13,

[WISPA] access near Shirley, WVa.

2006-04-13 Thread Mario Pommier
Anyone provide access in West Union, West Viriginia, near Shirley? Address: HC67 Box 197 West Union, W Va. 26456 I understand it's the backwoods. The customer is high up on a hill/mountain. Thanks. Mario --- [This e-mail was scanned for viruses by our AntiVirus Protection System] -- WISPA

Re: [WISPA] phone-to-voip-to-ethernet conversion

2006-04-07 Thread Mario Pommier
Here is one example, Google will probably get you cheaper ones John -Original Message- From: Mario Pommier [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, April 6, 2006 10:57 AM To: 'WISPA General List' Subject: [WISPA] phone-to-voip-to-ethernet conversion I have an interesting

Re: [WISPA] TV spectrum

2006-04-06 Thread Mario Pommier
just fyi, that link doesn't find anything. M John Scrivner wrote: SNIP Now I want you guys, all of you guys, to go to http://www.house.gov/writerep/ and write a letter to your Rep. The site will find your rep by zip code for you. Even if you are not in the states where this laughable

[WISPA] phone-to-voip-to-ethernet conversion

2006-04-06 Thread Mario Pommier
I have an interesting application, that maybe someone has tried: Customer is expanding to a remote office, across the street from the main office. They need to connect voice and data between the two. There's clear LOS, so a wireless link will work. The telephone PBX is at the main office, of

[WISPA] licensed links

2006-03-23 Thread Mario Pommier
helps me, Marlon, as I'm now looking to provide a licensed link of 25Mbps or more to a regional TV network. Thanks. Mario Marlon K. Schafer wrote: www.microwavenetworks.com Call the main office. Talk to Brad Ingram ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) Tell him his number came from Charlie Curothers (sp?)

[WISPA] 5Mbps+ 900Mhz radios

2006-03-09 Thread Mario Pommier
Has anyone else gotten this link? http://www.wirelessinteractive.com/pdf/radios/Orion900_specs.pdf The downside is of course the large amount of spectrum needed to achieve higher throughputs. However, it seems attractive if you're in an area that is interference free. Anyone used Wireless

Re: [WISPA] WISPS DO have to file the 477

2006-02-28 Thread Mario Pommier
so what is the link to the form? I've seen links to instructions, and descriptions in the fcc website. Maybe my browser is hiding the actual form. thanks. Mario Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 wrote: Thanks Kris! For those that don't know him, Kris is a telecom attorney who's been a HUGE

[WISPA] commscope 3227 coax

2006-02-24 Thread Mario Pommier
has anyone used Comm-scope Cable 3227 LMR400-type coax? it is reliable? Thanks. Mario Kurt Fankhauser wrote: Judge Judy Kurt Fankhauser WAVELINC 114 S. Walnut St. Bucyrus, OH 44820 419-562-6405 www.wavelinc.com -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Fw: [WISPA] FCC Form 477 Due March 1st

2006-02-23 Thread Mario Pommier
If I understand correctly, any WISP with less than 250 customers in a given state does not need to file. The reporting threshold for broadband reporting is facilities-based firms that provide at least 250 one-way or two-way broadband (in excess of 200 kilobits per second) service lines or

Re: Fw: [WISPA] FCC Form 477 Due March 1st

2006-02-23 Thread Mario Pommier
hmm, seems like I was reding the old form from Year 2,000. Mario Pommier wrote: If I understand correctly, any WISP with less than 250 customers in a given state does not need to file. The reporting threshold for broadband reporting is facilities-based firms that provide at least

Re: [WISPA] Mesh Equipment

2006-02-23 Thread Mario Pommier
Lonnie, when will your radios support mesh, as described in your previous post? M Lonnie Nunweiler wrote: I guess you'll have to learn more about Mesh because if you did you would not say that a dedicated backhaul and microcell approach gives the same functionality. Sure a dedicated

Re: [WISPA] Mesh Equipment

2006-02-23 Thread Mario Pommier
testing and playing with mesh since Fall 2005. We felt it was ready for prime time. Lonnie On 2/23/06, Mario Pommier [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Lonnie, when will your radios support mesh, as described in your previous post? M Lonnie Nunweiler wrote: I guess you'll have to learn more

Re: [WISPA] BPSK QAM16 DSSS interference

2006-02-08 Thread Mario Pommier
what brand? dustin jurman wrote: Thank you Charles, We use radio's that use 256 dots of modulation. Dustin Jurman President Rapid Systems Corporation 1211 N. Westshore Blvd Tampa, FL 33607 [EMAIL PROTECTED] -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

Re: [WISPA] Tower Height Regulations

2006-01-11 Thread Mario Pommier
That's what I had been told. And even if there is an airport, I had heard that if your tower is not along the line the airplanes use to land/take off, you're ok. there are two local airports within 10 miles of my tower and the town didn't say anything, and the faa friend of the engineer we

[WISPA] skypilot?

2005-12-20 Thread Mario Pommier
Gentlemen, is anyone using this product? looks good on paper, doesn't it? Mario --- [This e-mail was scanned for viruses by Webjogger's AntiVirus Protection System] -- WISPA Wireless List: wireless@wispa.org Subscribe/Unsubscribe: http://lists.wispa.org/mailman/listinfo/wireless

[WISPA] remote power control

2005-12-11 Thread Mario Pommier
Hi, Since I've heard some not-so-good experiences with the APC MasterSwtich, I went looking on the web. Ebay led me to this product, has anyone used this power control device? Any feedback on it? http://www.digital-loggers.com/EPC.html Thanks. Mario --- [This e-mail was scanned for

[WISPA] canopy interference

2005-12-01 Thread Mario Pommier
Does someone know what these claims mean? Saw them in a Canopy presentation: Canopy was optimized to ignore external interference. Every radio is factory tested to meet throughput at 3db C/I (channel interference?) Canopy nominal C/I performance is ~2 dB. Competitions C/I requirements