Re: [WISPA] netflix/hulu IP's

2010-08-31 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
WAIT...

Is it even legal to block IP addresses???
If it is.. why dont you just block the whole domain alias???


On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 10:45 AM, Paul Gerstenberger pa...@hrec.coop wrote:
 Our TOS is written in such that we can regulate them if they are interfering 
 with other customers. Our problem isn't upstream bandwidth, but the wireless 
 network (in places). We need to use Trango 900s in places, hard to educate 
 people that their using netflix ruins the internet for X number of other 
 customers on that AP... when many other customers on the network can use 
 netfix with no problems.

 We do not have an enforced overage policy, but with the increased accounting 
 with our PPPoE changeover, we will be able to enforce soon. I'm not looking 
 forward to those phone calls, but it must be done...

 -Paul

 On Aug 30, 2010, at 9:51 AM, David E. Smith wrote:



 On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 11:47, Kurt Fankhauser k...@wavelinc.com wrote:
 Whats your thoughts on blocking limelight IP’s just for the customers that 
 are abusing the service.


 If you mean that they're abusing your service, you'll have to clarify what 
 that means - the customer pays for bits to be delivered, and you're 
 delivering them. If you sell an unlimited service, them's the breaks. If 
 you bill by usage, just send them their next bill showing all the overages 
 they incurred, and that probably will be an effective deterrent all by 
 itself. :)

 David Smith
 MVN.net



 
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Re: [WISPA] Bandwidth Ratio to Customers

2010-08-05 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Bob,

what part of the country are you in? Sadly, when I do work in bedroom
communities... it's just never worth my time. But when I need the
business... ugh.

On Sat, Jul 31, 2010 at 9:29 PM, Robert West robert.w...@just-micro.com wrote:
 Yep.  In my case, business users are low usage.  It’s the residential that
 will drive me crazy.



 Bob-







 From: wireless-boun...@wispa.org [mailto:wireless-boun...@wispa.org] On
 Behalf Of Jeremie Chism
 Sent: Sunday, August 01, 2010 12:17 AM
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 Subject: Re: [WISPA] Bandwidth Ratio to Customers



 Also I guess when you are saying 100 subs is that mainly 100 residential
 with one or two computers behind the cpe. One of my customers has 20
 computers so I guess it all evens out.

 Sent from my iPhone

 On Jul 31, 2010, at 10:52 PM, Robert West robert.w...@just-micro.com
 wrote:

 My thinking has been 10 meg per 100 as a baseline but it really depends on
 the usage in that network.  If there are heavy Netflix or any other HD video
 service, the demand could be double.  Monitoring is the only thing that will
 determine your final ratio.



 Bob-





 From: wireless-boun...@wispa.org [mailto:wireless-boun...@wispa.org] On
 Behalf Of Josh Luthman
 Sent: Saturday, July 31, 2010 11:11 AM
 To: WISPA General List
 Subject: Re: [WISPA] Bandwidth Ratio to Customers



 Well we do 2x512 and 4x1 and 200 customers use roughly 15 megs.

 On Jul 31, 2010 10:51 AM, ~NGL~ n...@ngl.net wrote:

 How much bandwidth do you purchase per 100 customers to deliver  2M down and
 1M up?

 From: ~NGL~

 Sent: Saturday, July 31, 2010 7:37 AM

 To: WISPA General List

 Subject: [WISPA] Bandwidth Ratio to Customers


 What ratio of bandwidth per 100 customers is being used to deliver  2M
 down and 1M up?

 





 
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[WISPA] sprint 4g reviews?

2010-06-04 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
hi guys... it's been a while!

So since the whole 3g thing went mega corporate and independents like
me got pushed out, i havent paid much attention to the wireless space
... but has anyone here used sprint's 4g network?

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Re: [WISPA] NTIA Seeks Volunteers to Review Broadband Applications

2009-07-09 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Long time no see guys... you on twitter? what's your addresses? lemme know.
im @journik

On Thu, Jul 9, 2009 at 2:19 PM, Israel
Lopez-LISTSilopezli...@sandboxitsolutions.com wrote:
 Did you guys hear about this?
 http://www.networkworld.com/news/2009/070909-ntia-seeks-volunteers-to-review.html?page=1

 Some people think its scary, but I think if done with enough guidance
 Volunteer Reviewers could cull a lot of crap out of this program
 applications.

 -Israel


 
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[WISPA] Google: Wireless Internet

2008-04-27 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Team, It's been a while... I'm retiring from the wireless industry so
as a gift, I want to give you a year to year non paid lease to my
flagship website... It gets thousands of clicks a day. AND i'm sure
that with your involvement, it'll get even more...

GOOGLE: wireless internet
my website http://evd o-coverage.com is NOT being used be me at all
anymore and it gets many many visitors.

So, You are welcome to upload what ever index.html page you wish.
NOTE... The one thing I recommend is that you upload a digg.com clone
to that site. That way, you can put a WISPA GOOGLE MAP up at the top
AND get increasing traffic on a daily basis from industry
professionals. You get the picture.

I benefit because while I never charge you a lease fee for that page,
The value of my domain goes up.

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Re: [WISPA] Google: Wireless Internet - What to Sell?

2007-08-03 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Marlon, Jerome,

so are we talking $5-10 per customer or $5-10 per month commission
payout as long as the customer pays?



On 8/2/07, Jeromie Reeves [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I to would be interested in such a referral program. Spot checking is
 a great idea and could worked right into the referral form by asking
 them to update them on the status with a email in 60 ~90 days. My
 referrals and relay hosts shake out to the same price, $5 per user or
 customer signup. A few of the referrals come out to $10 (free service
 as right now i have spare bw), both are credits on the next bill.



 On 8/2/07, Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Marlon, guys,
  is there an industry standard referral commission?
  anyone out there service europe?
  I'd be happy to send you biz since the majority of visitors that come
  to our site need FIXED not mobile internet
 
 
 
  On 8/2/07, Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
   How about selling me customers?  I'll provide a coverage map and when
   someone in there contacts you, you forward the info to us.  We'll try to
   sell the account, when we do, we owe you money.  Say $10 or $20.  You get 
   to
   own that referral for 6 to 12 months.  We may not be able to get to them
   today, but can with the next expansion.
  
   You'd have to at least spot check the ones we say we can't do to make sure
   we're not sending in false reports etc. but with today's long distance 
   rates
   that shouldn't be hard to do.
  
   just a thought.
   Marlon
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   1999!
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   - Original Message -
   From: Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor [EMAIL PROTECTED]
   To: wispa wireless@wispa.org
   Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2007 10:03 AM
   Subject: [WISPA] Google: Wireless Internet - What to Sell?
  
  
Team, Marlon, et al,
   
Need your help to get to next level.
   
We are finally #1 in google under wireless internet.
   
we get LOTS of traffic to our main site daily looking for wireless
internet service.
   
BUT we only sell EVDO. ugh. AND we only get a one time bounty. any
recommendations on what else and HOW else we can deliver
goods/services/subscriptions to our traffic base???
   
blank slate.
   
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[WISPA] Google: Wireless Internet - What to Sell?

2007-08-02 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Team, Marlon, et al,

Need your help to get to next level.

We are finally #1 in google under wireless internet.

we get LOTS of traffic to our main site daily looking for wireless
internet service.

BUT we only sell EVDO. ugh. AND we only get a one time bounty. any
recommendations on what else and HOW else we can deliver
goods/services/subscriptions to our traffic base???

blank slate.

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Re: [WISPA] Google: Wireless Internet - What to Sell?

2007-08-02 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Marlon, guys,
is there an industry standard referral commission?
anyone out there service europe?
I'd be happy to send you biz since the majority of visitors that come
to our site need FIXED not mobile internet



On 8/2/07, Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 How about selling me customers?  I'll provide a coverage map and when
 someone in there contacts you, you forward the info to us.  We'll try to
 sell the account, when we do, we owe you money.  Say $10 or $20.  You get to
 own that referral for 6 to 12 months.  We may not be able to get to them
 today, but can with the next expansion.

 You'd have to at least spot check the ones we say we can't do to make sure
 we're not sending in false reports etc. but with today's long distance rates
 that shouldn't be hard to do.

 just a thought.
 Marlon
 (509) 982-2181
 (408) 907-6910 (Vonage)Consulting services
 42846865 (icq)WISP Operator since 1999!
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 www.odessaoffice.com/wireless
 www.odessaoffice.com/marlon/cam



 - Original Message -
 From: Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: wispa wireless@wispa.org
 Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2007 10:03 AM
 Subject: [WISPA] Google: Wireless Internet - What to Sell?


  Team, Marlon, et al,
 
  Need your help to get to next level.
 
  We are finally #1 in google under wireless internet.
 
  we get LOTS of traffic to our main site daily looking for wireless
  internet service.
 
  BUT we only sell EVDO. ugh. AND we only get a one time bounty. any
  recommendations on what else and HOW else we can deliver
  goods/services/subscriptions to our traffic base???
 
  blank slate.
 
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  Suite 203
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[WISPA] Consumers Demand ISP with Zero Child Porn Tollerance

2007-02-06 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

Team,

There's an anti child porn movement brewing right now where consumers
are boycotting any isp that doesnt cooperate with the feds. If your
wisp has a zero tollerance policy for child abuse, put yourself on the
map at http://www.child-safe-isp.com hopefully, the good guys will
steal all the business away from the big guys...

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[WISPA] Need Broadband... andrew m zip 22603

2007-02-02 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

Marlon, et al... we have a caller in VA that needs broadband. anybody
cover that area? ZIP 22603
CONTACT:
andymac
AT
ix.
netcom dot
com


On 2/1/07, Marlon K. Schafer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

for those following such stuff.
marlon

- Original Message -
From: New America Foundation
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2007 4:28 PM
Subject: New America and Allies Submit FCC Comments Proving Case for Unlicensed 
Access to Unused TV Channels


New America and Allies Submit Comments to FCC Proving Case for Unlicensed 
Access to Unused TV Channels



Yesterday, New America with Media Access Project and allies (NAF, et al.) filed comments in the 
FCC's proceeding to open up the unused channels (white space) in the prime frequencies 
of the TV band to unlicensed use for broadband and wireless innovation (Docket 04-186).  NAF, et 
al., have filed numerous sets of comments in this proceeding since it was initiated in 2004. The 
proceeding, stalled at the FCC for almost two years, was re-activated in October after the Senate 
Commerce Committee unanimously adopted a bill (reintroduced this month by Sens. John Kerry and 
Gordon Smith) to require the FCC complete the rulemaking and open the vast wasteland of 
TV white space for unlicensed, wireless broadband and innovation.



Our new comments authoritatively address two overriding issues:  First, claims 
made by the TV broadcast industry that unlicensed devices operating in unused 
TV channels would interfere with TV reception and other licensed uses of the TV 
band; and second, whether the TV white space spectrum should be exclusively 
licensed instead of unlicensed.



NAF, et al. filed three sets of comments yesterday:



Economic/Legal Comments

We challenge the FCC's re-opening of the issue of whether or not to license the 
TV white space, given its prior decision and an indisputable record in favor of 
an unlicensed approach.  The comments summarize the tremendous and still 
rapidly increasing social and economic benefits of unlicensed spectrum, 
including more affordable and ubiquitous broadband - particularly in rural 
areas - home and enterprise networking, wireless device and service innovation, 
and more.  The comments explain why licensing is both impractical and 
inadvisable in this band. We argue that the interference-avoidance mechanisms 
proposed in the FCC's original 2004 rulemaking are sufficient-along with 
specific technical parameters to be developed by the FCC-to protect licensed TV 
band users. Full comments available at:

http://www.newamerica.net/publications/resources/2007/economic_legal_comments_on_further_notice_of_proposed_rulemaking_for_unlicensed_access_to_tv_white_s



Technical Comments

Our Technical Comments, drafted by NAF technical advisor and prominent former 
FCC engineer Michael Marcus, address further technical issues that have arisen 
since the original 2004 comment period. These technical comments address the 
specific concerns and confusion propagated by the broadcast lobby with respect 
to the interference potential of unlicensed devices.  They summarize the 
results of two engineering studies commissioned by NAF making an irrefutable 
empirical case for why unlicensed devices can both sense TV broadcast signals 
AND avoid causing interference. One of these studies, examining the potential 
for unlicensed devices to use cognitive radio sensing to detect and avoid 
occupied TV channels, was filed as an appendix to the Technical Comments. This 
White Space Sensing Study is available on our website here. Full comments 
available at:

http://www.newamerica.net/publications/resources/2007/technical_comments_on_further_notice_of_proposed_rulemaking_for_unlicensed_access_to_tv_white_spaces



Final Results of University of Kansas TV White Space Interference Study

NAF, et al. also filed the results of an unlicensed device interference study, 
commissioned by NAF and conducted at the University of Kansas IT labs, proving 
irrefutably that portable and low-power unlicensed devices can operate in empty 
TV channels without causing interference with television viewing on other 
channels.  Full comments and study available at:

http://www.newamerica.net/publications/resources/2007/final_results_of_university_of_kansas_tv_white_space_interference_study



Thanks as always for your time and attention to these important issues.



Best wishes,



Michael Calabrese

Vice President and Director, Wireless Future Program

New America Foundation





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Re: [WISPA] bits per mbps

2006-12-26 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

Marlon / et al wisp ceo's,

yes. your raw cost per mb is going to skyrocket once your users start
watching iptv over your trunkline. I'm going to be posting compression
and streaming solutions at http://iptv-coverage.com too. so please use
my new site to archive your own findings as well. that way we'll have
a central resource for IPTV related wisp issues. bob kim

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Re: [WISPA] google ad sence

2006-12-08 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

Marlon,

generally, in the actual HTML Adsense code, you'll find your account
number and data.

i looked at your page source. it is NOT an adsense search box. you're
not making a penny off anybody that searches from your site.

what other website do you have adsense installed? i'll take a looksee

On 12/8/06, Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

OK, now if only I could find out what our Google account is set up as!  grin

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64.146.146.12 (net meeting)
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- Original Message -
From: Travis Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
Sent: Friday, December 08, 2006 9:31 AM
Subject: Re: [WISPA] google ad sence


 Once you get logged into your Google account, all the setup information
 is there.

 Travis


 Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 wrote:
 Hi Guys,

 I have had a google search on our site for years.  And an ad sence
 account almost as long.

 We've never really done anything with the ad sence and I no longer
 know the account data.  Anyone know how to find out?  Also, I'm having
 trouble figuring out how to tap into ad sence for the search box on
 our home page.

 thanks for any help,
 Marlon
 (509) 982-2181   Equipment sales
 (408) 907-6910 (Vonage)Consulting services
 42846865 (icq)And I run my own wisp!
 64.146.146.12 (net meeting)
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[WISPA] Generating Sales and Leads for Wispa

2006-12-08 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

Dylan, Marlon,

Thanks for the clarification re wispa.org ownership and data below..
realistically, if i wanted to promote ONLY my website via wispa.org
then, the $10,000 a year is reasonable.

But what i'm proposing is that we promote ALL of the WISPA members for free.

3 step process.
1. Add your wisp to http://map.wireless-internet-access-provider.com
2. Add your company and service menu to http://wimax-coverage.com
3. then link to both websites

google will sniff and spider your new links. then, it will launch US
all - collectively - to page one of wimax and wireless internet

If you want exposure, you gotta put yourself out where the traffic is
greatest - Google.

the tree planted by flowing rivers is fed - solomon  =)

On 12/7/06, Dylan Oliver [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Sorry, I should have suggested Sponsorship, not vendor membership. At
$10,000/year, Silver Sponsorship would *still* be a bargain for you.


On 12/7/06, Dylan Oliver [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Okay, we heard you already. One thread for this discussion is plenty.

 The established mechanism for getting your link on the front page of
wispa.org is to become a vendor member. You say you've spent $1200/mo on
Google Ads - I'll give you a lot more credit if you apply that same amount
to a *year* of membership in WISPA, which, by your own claims, will have a
much greater impact on your visibility.


 On 12/7/06, Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote:
  Google ads is effective but by FAR the most expensive way to get
  potential customer traffic.
 
  You're better off showing up in the main search results section. If
  you're interested, lets get to page one of wimax and wireless
  internet
 
  personally i spent $1200/m on adwords and got about $1200 in profit
  back. Now, i'm #2 in google for EVDO and it increased my traffic and
  sales by 2500%
 


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Re: [WISPA] Biz Dev Proposal

2006-12-07 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

Marlon, the way google works, you either pay TONS of money (about
$1.50-$4.00 per click) or you get to page 1 of google under a search
term.

I can offer WISPA as a community large numbers of google traffic.

Since I already get tons of traffic to http://wimax-coverage.com i can
send you my the traffic that is NOT right for my biz. (50% need fixed
broadband not wireless)
try googleing wimax coverage and wimax access

BUT under the biggest traffic terms,
wireless internet (12,000 visitors a day)
wimax (4000 visitors a day)
my websites:
http://evdo-coverage.com
http://wimax-coverage.com are on page TWO. 98% less traffic than page 1.

So... if everybody just made a link from their home page to mine, then
google would bounce the above 2 sites to page 1 and i'd directly flow
all those who need fixed broadband to
http://map.wireless-internet-access-provider.com

As a team, we can accomplish our goals within 2 weeks.


On 12/5/06, Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

I like what you are saying Robert.  I'm just not sure how to implement what
you are asking.  I guess I'm not sure what you are asking for.

Marlon
(509) 982-2181   Equipment sales
(408) 907-6910 (Vonage)Consulting services
42846865 (icq)And I run my own wisp!
64.146.146.12 (net meeting)
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- Original Message -
From: Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
Sent: Monday, December 04, 2006 11:28 AM
Subject: [WISPA] Biz Dev Proposal


 Marlon, Brad, I can send wispa business.

 Personally, I'm a google marketing guy. most of our business comes
 from google...
 under a search for evdo

 according to adwords.google.com traffic estimator,

 under the terms,

 wimax
 and
 wireless internet

 you'd get 1800 visitors and 19000 visitors respectively. only a
 fraction of these visitors are right for my company. the rest are
 better fits for you wisp owners.

 So... help me send biz your way.
 1. use http://wimax-coverage.com to post news and press releases about
 your company
 include:
 address (people search for city names)
 url to your website
 relevant sales teasers

 2. link to http://evdo-coverage.com using code:
 a href=http://evdo-coverage.com;wireless internet/a

 we are #11 in google under wireless internet

 when we hit  #4, our traffic will increase 40X and I'll post a large
 banner for the wisp map where you've already posted your service
 areas... http://map.wirelessinternetcoverage.com/

 thoughts?
 questions?


 On 12/4/06, Brad Belton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 This only adds more fuel to the argument that simply placing a multiple
 on a
 company isn't where the smart money is.

 Revenue is largely irrelevant.  Profits are King.  Revenue doesn't put
 kids
 through school or buy that new car...bottom line profit does.

 The concept of fixed wireless has long lost its sizzle.  Simply stating
 you're able to cut out the LEC and reap those dollars yourself doesn't
 excite like it used to.  Profits, real estate assets, contractual
 agreements, client base are key deal points in today's market.

 While I agree WinStar and Teligent didn't do the fixed wireless industry
 any
 favors, most of the bridges burned were with building management and not
 the
 end user market.  Investor relationships may have also taken a toll, but
 again the smart money isn't going to get all wrapped up in the sizzle.
 They will be looking for real assets and real earnings.

 Best,


 Brad




 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
 Behalf Of Matt Liotta
 Sent: Monday, December 04, 2006 11:55 AM
 To: WISPA General List
 Subject: [WISPA] Industry failings

 One the biggest factors holding our industry back is a lack of success
 on the part of the big poster children. People look at the past failures
 of WinStar and Teligent and wonder if new entrants can succeed. Many
 investors are watching FiberTower and NextLink to see if these new
 poster children can prove the business model.

 It doesn't really matter that neither FiberTower or NextLink are
 representative of our industry. What matters is they are both publicly
 traded fixed wireless companies. This means that all fixed wireless
 companies are viewed through the lens of these publicly traded companies
 since they are the only ones with enough information for people to draw
 conclusions on.

 If you look at FiberTower's and NextLink's latest numbers you should be
 very worried. NextLink is failing and I predict will be out of business
 in the not too distant future. FiberTower is much better off than
 NextLink, but they are burning cash at an impressive rate. One can
 easily predict them running out of cash sometime next year if things
 follow a similar trend.

 Some of us on this list do more revenue than NextLink, but I doubt

Re: [WISPA] Biz Dev Proposal

2006-12-07 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

PS... pls post your company info at
http://wimax-coverage.com
if you're going to advertise, make it very factual with no sales language.

that site gets a lot of people looking for wimax / wisp services...
and make sure you add your coverage area to:
http://map.wireless-internet-access-provider.com/

All i want is one banner space for folks needing MOBILE internet and
wispa can have the rest of the bizness
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Re: [WISPA] Lead - Glenwood, WA k-12 School Needs Internet

2006-12-07 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

Guys. if you dont mind, I'll just keep posting these leads to wispa. i
get several calls a day asking for fixed wireless and i just tellem to
go to wispa.org

but i can take the extra step and submit their contact info to y'all.

BUT PS. driving traffic to
http://map.wireless-internet-access-provider.com/

is better for me and y'all since currently, i'm the bottleneck in
sending you leads. i'd rather you get the calls directly so i save
time =)

OH WAIT, who owns wispa.org? can we get a link from the homepage to
http://map.wireless-internet-access-provider.com  ?



On 11/29/06, Marlon K. Schafer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

lol

I saw it first!

Good luck with them.  Have fun.

- Original Message -
From: Forbes Mercy [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2006 8:59 AM
Subject: RE: [WISPA] Lead - Glenwood, WA k-12 School Needs Internet


 Marlon,

 HA! NorthEAST 509 may be  yours but I'm all about CENTRAL 509.  I feel we
 are about to throw down some rap song, WORD!

 Forbes

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 Sent: Tue 11/28/2006 10:25 PM
 To: WISPA General List
 Cc:
 Subject: Re: [WISPA] Lead - Glenwood, WA k-12 School Needs Internet



 509 is my turf.  I'll touch base with him.

 Thanks much!
 marlon

 - Original Message -
 From: Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
 Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2006 10:16 AM
 Subject: [WISPA] Lead - Glenwood, WA k-12 School Needs Internet


  team, im talking with the the superintendent glenwood school. he wants
  to know if anybody can set up a  wisp service for the locality.
 
  contact
  shane c
  509 364 3438 x203
 
  zip 98619
 
  bob kim
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  http://iptv-coverage.com
  http://wimax-coverage.com
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Re: [WISPA] surprising sources for sales leads

2006-12-07 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

Google ads is effective but by FAR the most expensive way to get
potential customer traffic.

You're better off showing up in the main search results section. If
you're interested, lets get to page one of wimax and wireless
internet

personally i spent $1200/m on adwords and got about $1200 in profit
back. Now, i'm #2 in google for EVDO and it increased my traffic and
sales by 2500%

On 11/21/06, Peter R. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Everyone has problems with Execution.
The key is How Bad Do You Want it, What is Your Why?, and a Routine
(schedule).

Thanks for the kind words about the blog. I used to have a monthly
newsletter, but it was easier to do a blog.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Regards,

Peter
RAD-INFO, Inc.
MarketingIDEA guy.com

Tom DeReggi wrote:





 - Peter




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[WISPA] Biz Dev Proposal

2006-12-04 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

Marlon, Brad, I can send wispa business.

Personally, I'm a google marketing guy. most of our business comes
from google...
under a search for evdo

according to adwords.google.com traffic estimator,

under the terms,

wimax
and
wireless internet

you'd get 1800 visitors and 19000 visitors respectively. only a
fraction of these visitors are right for my company. the rest are
better fits for you wisp owners.

So... help me send biz your way.
1. use http://wimax-coverage.com to post news and press releases about
your company
include:
address (people search for city names)
url to your website
relevant sales teasers

2. link to http://evdo-coverage.com using code:
a href=http://evdo-coverage.com;wireless internet/a

we are #11 in google under wireless internet

when we hit  #4, our traffic will increase 40X and I'll post a large
banner for the wisp map where you've already posted your service
areas... http://map.wirelessinternetcoverage.com/

thoughts?
questions?


On 12/4/06, Brad Belton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

This only adds more fuel to the argument that simply placing a multiple on a
company isn't where the smart money is.

Revenue is largely irrelevant.  Profits are King.  Revenue doesn't put kids
through school or buy that new car...bottom line profit does.

The concept of fixed wireless has long lost its sizzle.  Simply stating
you're able to cut out the LEC and reap those dollars yourself doesn't
excite like it used to.  Profits, real estate assets, contractual
agreements, client base are key deal points in today's market.

While I agree WinStar and Teligent didn't do the fixed wireless industry any
favors, most of the bridges burned were with building management and not the
end user market.  Investor relationships may have also taken a toll, but
again the smart money isn't going to get all wrapped up in the sizzle.
They will be looking for real assets and real earnings.

Best,


Brad




-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Matt Liotta
Sent: Monday, December 04, 2006 11:55 AM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: [WISPA] Industry failings

One the biggest factors holding our industry back is a lack of success
on the part of the big poster children. People look at the past failures
of WinStar and Teligent and wonder if new entrants can succeed. Many
investors are watching FiberTower and NextLink to see if these new
poster children can prove the business model.

It doesn't really matter that neither FiberTower or NextLink are
representative of our industry. What matters is they are both publicly
traded fixed wireless companies. This means that all fixed wireless
companies are viewed through the lens of these publicly traded companies
since they are the only ones with enough information for people to draw
conclusions on.

If you look at FiberTower's and NextLink's latest numbers you should be
very worried. NextLink is failing and I predict will be out of business
in the not too distant future. FiberTower is much better off than
NextLink, but they are burning cash at an impressive rate. One can
easily predict them running out of cash sometime next year if things
follow a similar trend.

Some of us on this list do more revenue than NextLink, but I doubt that
will matter when they go under. Our valuations will decline in lock step
to any failures by these two companies.

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[WISPA] Lead - Glenwood, WA k-12 School Needs Internet

2006-11-28 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

team, im talking with the the superintendent glenwood school. he wants
to know if anybody can set up a  wisp service for the locality.

contact
shane c
509 364 3438 x203

zip 98619

bob kim
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http://iptv-coverage.com
http://wimax-coverage.com
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[WISPA] Need Products to Sell

2006-10-10 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

Team,

Google Map is done.. thanks for your help...

NEXT...

I want to drive phone calls your way... my site.. .evdo-coverage.com
has room for a couple of new products/services...

BUT we dont have the ability to answer any more calls.. SO... i'd love
your put your products and services AND YOUR PHONE NUMBER on our site
for non competing products... / solutions...

any ideas what you'd want me to push for you? We just gotta make sure
that you can track new sales so we can do a profit share...

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Re: [WISPA] Wisp Wireless Internet Google Map - NEW SERVER NEEDED

2006-09-20 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

Technically... umm. i dont know.  =)

but i do know that I expect about 200-500 visitors a day AND the map
WILL be in wikipedia under wisp, isp, internet, and other definitions.

it WAS already in there getting tons of traffic but alas.. it started
running s slow... that we had to remove it...

any ideas?


On 9/19/06, Blair Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Robert,

What exactly are you needing here?  Bandwidth?  Hardware?

What are the requirements?

Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor wrote:

 Gents,
 It's been a while and i realize that this topic may have cooled off a
 bit BUT... it's now MORE Necessary then before...

 I've spent months trying to speed up our server with my webmaster but
 NOTHING... so.. i give up... if anybody wants to host the map
 (currently at http://map.wirelessinternetcoverage.com )... this is
 what i propose:

 1. I will remove ALL data about EVDO or HSDPA
 2. the map will ONLY be a WISP map.
 3. the only thing I want to see for my company is
 a) a paragraph about EVDO and Mobile WIMAX saying that it is ONLY for
 mobile users. and it will specifially say that a WISP will deliver
 faster more solid service for fixed locations.
 b) a paragraph about Satellite saying that it is ONLY appropriate as a
 LAST Resort due to latency and inconsistency of service.

 I'm planning on moving the site to http://wireless-internet-coverage.com
 so that we can put all WISPA members and my stuff in the highest
 traffic front page possible... All i need to do this is a server that
 is FAST...
 and since mobile internet and fixed broadband wis are totally
 complementary... lets do this...

 thoughts???



 On 4/14/06, Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Guys... after a year of fiddling and fumbling...
 we now finally have a usable LINKABLE
 google map for WISPS

 please put your wisp details into the GOOGLEMAP...

 thanks for all your feedback... it made about 70% of this new
 design... bob kim

 GOOGLEMAP:
 
http://evdo-coverage.com/wireless-internet-access-wimax-evdo-hsdpa-map-set.html






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Re: [WISPA] Lack of Competition

2006-09-20 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

I've got an anal sphincter too!
http://wimax-coverage.com/wimax-access-wireless-internet-service-why.html
two words:
Qual-Comm
=)
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Re: [WISPA] Lack of Competition

2006-09-20 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

ps... i guess i shoulda quoted the last post... oops!

Disparaging remarks of this nature are dysfunctional. Opinions are like
assholes; everybody has one but nobody wants to hear it. - cw

On 9/20/06, Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

I've got an anal sphincter too!
http://wimax-coverage.com/wimax-access-wireless-internet-service-why.html
two words:
Qual-Comm
=)
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[WISPA] Wisp Wireless Internet Google Map - NEW SERVER NEEDED

2006-09-19 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

Gents,
It's been a while and i realize that this topic may have cooled off a
bit BUT... it's now MORE Necessary then before...

I've spent months trying to speed up our server with my webmaster but
NOTHING... so.. i give up... if anybody wants to host the map
(currently at http://map.wirelessinternetcoverage.com )... this is
what i propose:

1. I will remove ALL data about EVDO or HSDPA
2. the map will ONLY be a WISP map.
3. the only thing I want to see for my company is
a) a paragraph about EVDO and Mobile WIMAX saying that it is ONLY for
mobile users. and it will specifially say that a WISP will deliver
faster more solid service for fixed locations.
b) a paragraph about Satellite saying that it is ONLY appropriate as a
LAST Resort due to latency and inconsistency of service.

I'm planning on moving the site to http://wireless-internet-coverage.com
so that we can put all WISPA members and my stuff in the highest
traffic front page possible... All i need to do this is a server that
is FAST...
and since mobile internet and fixed broadband wis are totally
complementary... lets do this...

thoughts???



On 4/14/06, Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Guys... after a year of fiddling and fumbling...
we now finally have a usable LINKABLE
google map for WISPS

please put your wisp details into the GOOGLEMAP...

thanks for all your feedback... it made about 70% of this new design... bob kim

GOOGLEMAP:
http://evdo-coverage.com/wireless-internet-access-wimax-evdo-hsdpa-map-set.html




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Re: [WISPA] Wimax Hardware for sale?

2006-05-11 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

Patrick, did you ever send me a price list?
cc [EMAIL PROTECTED]

PS... i want pdf product brochures too.. thanks!


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Re: [WISPA] Google Map... How to Add Your Wireless Internet AP

2006-05-11 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

We are going to add a admin interface to make corrections and changes
but for now... it's a - goes is.. dont come out system  :o)

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I accidentally added one where I don't have one.  How can I delete it?


Thanks,

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[WISPA] WISP in 74553 OK ?

2006-05-09 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

anybody have a wisp in OK?
please contact curtis curdean at yahoo.com


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[WISPA] Wimax Hardware for sale?

2006-05-05 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

anybody know of a manufacturer currently SELLING WORKING wimax hardware?

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Re: [WISPA] Wimax Hardware for sale?

2006-05-05 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor

Patrick, You're in the family... so where can i find a product / pricelist,
2. is it simple enough for the end user to install?
3. range and fall-off curve?
4. legal to use in
a usa
b england
c canada?


On 5/5/06, Matt Liotta [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Patrick Leary wrote:

But which WiMAX are you talking about? There are lots of versions and the
one version that no one has...and no one should be clamoring for just
yet...is unlicensed WiMAX.



I am certainly looking for WiMAX features such as spectral efficiency in
5 Ghz unlicensed gear right now. I don't really care about the standard.

-Matt




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Re: [WISPA] Wisp Wireless Internet Google Map DONE!

2006-04-26 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
team, i've moved the url to a more reliable server
http://map.wirelessinternetcoverage.com/

I will be adding a instructional box stating that for

FIXED wireless access a reputable WISP is a BETTER choice than EVDO or HSDPA.
For MOBILE internet, 3g is the only solution, do NOT contact any WISP.

agreeable? also.. what SPEEDS do you offer? i really outta put a speed
field in the system.

On 4/20/06, Rick Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 fix the link...you need to paste the et.html on the end in the browser...

 Brian Rohrbacher wrote:

  same here.  Page flashes up for a sec but then goes away to the other
  unable page.
 
  JohnnyO wrote:
 
  We do ? This is what I get when I click on the link below you
  provided
 
  We are currently unable to serve your request
 
  We apologize, but an error occurred and your request could not be
  completed.
 
  This error has been logged. If you have additional information that you
  believe may have caused this error please report the problem here.
 
  -Original Message-
  From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
  Behalf Of Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
  Sent: Friday, April 14, 2006 5:08 PM
  To: WISPA General List
  Subject: [WISPA] Wisp Wireless Internet Google Map DONE!
 
 
  Guys... after a year of fiddling and fumbling...
  we now finally have a usable LINKABLE
  google map for WISPS
 
  please put your wisp details into the GOOGLEMAP...
 
  thanks for all your feedback... it made about 70% of this new design...
  bob kim
 
  GOOGLEMAP:
http://evdo-coverage.com/wireless-internet-access-wimax-evdo-hsdpa-map-set.html
 
 
 
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[WISPA] REVISED - Wisp Wireless Internet Google Map DONE!

2006-04-26 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Funny Guys.. really fuy Rick!
any hows... my goal here is to get the public the RIGHT kind of
internet service for their needs...

True MOBILE Broadband Synch / low latency is still years off...

so... Im planning to add a note:

for FIXED Wireless Broadband, contact a WISP.
for Mobile Wireless Internet, contact evdo-coverage.com
A WISP can deliver much faster connection speeds than EVDO at wire
line latencies. 3g Such as EVDO and HSDPA are only medium speed on the
download stream and thin band on the uploads.

Can You Guys gimme any speeds to quote???

ps... thanks for the free hosting offer... suuuper cool of you
JohnnyO! will advise

re hover text..:
in Satelite mode.. the hover text is clear.. so i gotta do a
conditional color filter...


Newest Revision
Alpha Version:
http://map.wirelessinternetcoverage.com

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 Lol



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  Robert,
 
  Are you hosting this site on an EVDO connection?
 
  Rick Harnish
  President
  OnlyInternet Broadband  Wireless, Inc.
  260-827-2482 Office
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[WISPA] Dual Channel Bonded Wireless Internet System - Closer?

2006-04-24 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Anybody know how to bond 2 wireless internet channels ... ie.. verizon
+ cingular hsdpa? we're working on getting 240kbps... instead of
120kbps per card / network for a govt client. - bob
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Re: [WISPA] Mobile WiMAX

2006-04-21 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Patrick,

What is the current state of WIMAX roll out? I remember a while ago
Nokia backed out saying it was a NON ISSUE for a while...

If you know of any real wimax AP's out there... will you post them at
http://map.wirelessinternetcoverage.com ?

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 Since a number of you asked about mobile WiMAX, I thought it might help to
 provide a link to our Web site material on the topic as it relates to our
 progress. Once you click the link, if you go to the bottom, there are a few
 other links, such as to a white paper and another to a presentation.
 Patrick Leary
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 c: 760.580.0080
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Re: [WISPA] Wisp Wireless Internet Google Map DONE!

2006-04-19 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Ron, Brian

Sorry about my long absence... i've been swamped with trade show season  :o( !!!

but WOW! i love all that data... love it!

Known ISSUES:
1. IE bugs
2. Slow load times
3. Layout design

anything else you want to see changed?

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 I used netscape 7.2

 Ron Wallace wrote:



 Hey brian,

 Did you use Internet Explorer to work with the Google maps?  mine doesn't
 seem to work properly.

 Ron

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 Sent: Friday, April 14, 2006 06:26 PM
 To: 'WISPA General List'
 Subject: Re: [WISPA] Wisp Wireless Internet Google Map DONE!
 
 Now that was easy.
 Go check out that cool WISP in the center of Michigan. ;)
 
 Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor wrote:
 
 Guys... after a year of fiddling and fumbling...
 we now finally have a usable LINKABLE
 google map for WISPS
 
 please put your wisp details into the GOOGLEMAP...
 
 thanks for all your feedback... it made about 70% of this new design...
 bob kim
 
GOOGLEMAP:
http://evdo-coverage.com/wireless-internet-access-wimax-evdo-hsdpa-map-set.html
 
 
 
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[WISPA] Google Map... How to Add Your Wireless Internet AP

2006-04-19 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Gentlemen, Adding a point is a bit confusing if you've not used an
interface like this before...

The trick is to...

1. ZOOM INTO YOUR LOCATION of choice
when you are zoomed and CENTERED on the location of your AP...

2. Select WISP in the TOP ROW... and add your url...



On 4/19/06, Chuck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:



 I second that problem……tried every way….every link…and dada….how to get it
 on there escapes me




 Chuck Moses
 HIGH DESERT WIRELESS BROADBAND COMMUNICATION
 16922 Airport Blvd # 3
 Mojave CA 93501
 661 824 3431 office
 818 406 6818 cell


 


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 Behalf Of Mark Nash
 Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2006 10:17 AM
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 Subject: Re: [WISPA] STATS: Wisp Wireless Internet Google Map DONE!



 Subject: Re: [WISPA] STATS: Wisp Wireless Internet Google Map DONE!







 Man I'm not that mentally challenged but I haven't been able to figure out
 how to put my WISP on this map!  Help, please?



 Mark Nash
 Network Engineer
 UnwiredOnline.Net
 350 Holly Street
 Junction City, OR 97448
 http://www.uwol.net
 541-998-
 541-998-5599 fax


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 To: WISPA General List


 Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2006 10:02 AM


 Subject: Re: [WISPA] STATS: Wisp Wireless Internet Google Map DONE!




 How do I change.  I put my WISP Wi-Max, oops, and need to make it WISP.


 Scott Reed
 Owner
 NewWays
 Wireless Networking
 Network Design, Installation and Administration
 www.nwwnet.net


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 Sent: Wed, 19 Apr 2006 09:36:38 -0700
 Subject: [WISPA] STATS: Wisp Wireless Internet Google Map DONE!

  PS...
  Unique Visitor Count FYI
 
   Feb 2,240
 
   Mar 6,143
 
   Apr 2,090so far
 
   GOOGLEMAP:
 
 http://evdo-coverage.com/wireless-internet-access-wimax-evdo-hsdpa-map-set.html
 
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[WISPA] Re: My Towers Need More CPU - suggestions?

2006-01-31 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
marlon... you just made me hungry  :)

bob



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san diego, ca 92007
209 984 0880
http://evdo-coverage.com/cell-phone-antenna-booster.html

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 Just bread down and put Dell rack mount servers in place.

 grin
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 42846865 (icq)And I run my own wisp!
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 Subject: [WISPA] My Towers Need More CPU - suggestions?


  Like many folks on this list (I'm guessing), I have a lot of PC-type
  hardware at tower locations. Right now, it's mostly RouterBoard 230s and
  WRAPs, but those systems just don't have all that much CPU power, and
  I'd like to try to improve things. When you start seriously tinkering
  with traffic shaping, firewalling, and especially some of the advanced
  filtering you can do with Linux these days, 233MHz just doesn't go as
  far as it used to.
 
  There are all kinds of cheap computers out there, so getting something
  with more CPU power than those boards (both of which are basically
  Pentium 233s or so) isn't the problem.
 
  The problems are size/space, and that pesky weather.
 
  Ideally, I'd like something with at least double the raw horsepower (a
  P-500 or better), not too much larger than a RouterBoard, and that can
  handle temperatures from -20 to +120 (Fahrenheit, obviously, and those
  numbers are the highs and lows from the last couple years, with a bit of
  breathing room). I'm shooting for no moving parts, so a fanless system
  would be ideal.
 
  And while it needs to be small, it also needs to have at least two
  Ethernet ports, and for bonus points, access to a PCI slot (for adding
  things like miniPCI card adapters).
 
  I'd also like a flying car. :D
 
  If it existed, a Soekris 5501 would probably fill the bill, but it's
  been listed as coming soon since late 2004. There's also a number of
  low-end VIA EPIA-based boards that, while a bit larger than I'd really
  prefer, would probably work. (Eje at wisp-router sells a couple systems
  that look like they'd do the job.)
 
  So, does anyone have any recommendations on specific hardware for
  something like this? Surely someone else out there has run into the same
  kind of problems. I suspect my size constraint will be the most
  difficult, but it's also the most flexible. Reliability is obviously my
  top concern.
 
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[WISPA] Re: Pigtail source?

2006-01-31 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
try rfindustries
light horse technologies.



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 Jim Patient does get his pigtails from Roger, I believe.   It is also my
 experience that the ones he sells are excellent in all aspects.  Good
 connectors and work excellent at 5.8ghz, with little apparent loss.



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   Subject: Re: [WISPA] Pigtail source?


   I believe he is correct.  Here is a link: http://jeffcosoho.com.  I hope
 this is Roger Peters, but from this link I get MMCX piggies that are 3-4 dB
 better than any others I have tried.  I also like their Ufl piggies.  They
 are not 3dB better, but they really snap on tight and stay put.


   Brad Hagstrom
   (Jenco Wireless)


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 I need some recommendations for some custom  UFL to N male piggy's.


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[WISPA] wisp wanted in 07302 jersey -from EVDO Coverage

2005-09-29 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
please contact jonathan
jloor at
topratetech
.com


if anyone can deliver to 07302 thanks! YOU are welcome to contact my
cleint directly
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Re: [WISPA] See ya

2005-09-24 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
I agree.. i've been mia for a while.. and dont wanna come back to a
valueable member leaving.. bob

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 opinions whether I agree or not.  Don't you be leaving anything.

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[WISPA] GOOGLE MAP: NCOWireless.com DONE.

2005-09-01 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
guys...

i tried adding address info.. and it makes the entry error out...

so when you add your wisps.. at
http://wifi-hotspot.wirelessinternetcoverage.com/inputpreview.html

make sure you ONLY fill in
1) NAME
2) Description
3) URL (start with http://)
4) USE CURRENT GPS


by the way.. i just added NCOWireless.com
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Re: [WISPA] GOOGLE Maps - Marketing PROPOSAL - 3 points.

2005-08-31 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Tom, thanks!...

my goal here is to give a bit and get a LOT...

and so i am fully willing and open to making all wisps comfortable
with the map so that we can ALL get that 40-60k unique visitors PER
DAY.

On 8/30/05, Tom DeReggi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Robert,
 
  I can put a large qualifier that says, If you are looking for FIXED
  Location Broadband Choose a WISP over EVDO. EVDO is generally slower.
  It is better Suited for Mobile Internet Needs.
 
 That would be golden. Or similar, that solves the same purpsoe to
 distinquish the appropriateness of each technology to the user's need.
 
 I'll add a hidden link, I see no risk in that. I'll think about wether It
 makes since to add a visible link. I'm still partial. But I might.
 
 Tom DeReggi
 RapidDSL  Wireless, Inc
 
 IntAirNet- Fixed Wireless Broadband
 
 - Original Message -
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 To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
 Sent: Tuesday, August 30, 2005 3:59 PM
 Subject: Re: [WISPA] GOOGLE Maps - Marketing PROPOSAL - 3 points.
 
 
 John, thanks for your positive comments...
 As far as I'm concerned. if you consider the 40,000-50,000 UNIQUE
 People PER DAY who look at the top TEN of GOOGLE... under wireless
 internet
 
 they are NOT finding what they are looking for
 
 #1 =
 http://www.internet.com/sections/it.html
 #10=
 http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/2115271.stm
 
 Boingo shows up #3 BUT thats just 1 out of TEN listings that shows the
 consumer HOW TO GET INTERNET SERVICE... the rest are useless to
 someone on dialup wanting faster speed.
 
 So.. there's a HUGE OPPORTUNITY waiting for us.. We just need to pool
 are strengths.. and heck.. its important enough to me that i'm willing
 to make my fair share of compromises so that we all arrive together...
 happily  :o)
 
 
 
 RE REMOVE and EDIT.. we are still working on that now.. we're almost
 done.. :o)  hang in there... bob
 
 
 
 RE ATTEMPTED ADDITION OF POINTS
 JOHN, where is your wisp??? lemme see if i can manually add a few
 point for you and let you know what i did..
 
 
 
 
 On 8/30/05, John Scrivner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  I think this all sounds logical to me. I applaud the effort for getting
  us out there on the net. Let me know how I can help the effort. I have
  tried to get my information on there a few times with no success but I
  am willing to keep working it as long as you are. I think it might be a
  good idea for you to have a web page URL for WISPs to go to that is easy
  to remember that tells us exactly, step by step, what we need to do to
  post to your site. Then we can each go there without having to try to
  look through archives or old email messages to find the steps.
  Especially since these steps and instructions have changed periodically.
  Then you can update the page with new information as changes happen on
  this beta effort.
  All the best,
  John Scrivner
 
 
  Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor wrote:
 
  Mac, Let me figure out what went wrong.. i have no problem removing
  your listings but would you prefer that we corrected the positioning?
  
  Tom.. OK.. i see... Well.. hmmm... 3 points.. #3 is most important...
  
  First point.. I dont want ANY traffic to leave your site and go to the
  map. What i want is for GOOGLE's SPIDERS to see that tons o wisp's
  sites are pointing to the WISP MAP.
  
  2nd.
  MAP by my estimation.. .we should be getting 45,000 unique visitors to
  our GOOGLE MAP - IF we land on page 1 of google. under wireless
  Internet
  
  So... IF
  
  your site did indeed loose some traffic.. then I'm sure you'd get more
  in return.. besides... your listing will ALWAYS be on the map... you
  can just REMOVE YOUR LINK TO THE MAP at will.. so its a pretty safe
  deal.
  
  IF you really want to prevent any vistors from seeing the link, just
  put a blue background gif or jpg behind the html wireless internet
  text link...
  
  ___
  3rd.
  
  IF you wish... since i believe that WISPS and 3g Cellular does NOT
  need to compete...
  
  I can put a large qualifier that says, If you are looking for FIXED
  Location Broadband Choose a WISP over EVDO. EVDO is generally slower.
  It is better Suited for Mobile Internet Needs.
  
  
  
  
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[WISPA] GOOGLE MAPS - Will Add POINTS for you...

2005-08-31 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Guys... please feel free to send me your addresses...

If you havent already added your points to the database.. i'll do it
for ya... BUT.. i can ONLY do as many as time permits.. so First Come
First Serve... If i dont get to yours.. you can always do it
yourself.. at

https://wifi-hotspot.wirelessinternetcoverage.com/inputpreview.html
thanks!

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Re: [WISPA] GOOGLE Maps - Marketing PROPOSAL

2005-08-30 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Mac, Let me figure out what went wrong.. i have no problem removing
your listings but would you prefer that we corrected the positioning?

Tom.. OK.. i see... Well.. hmmm... 3 points.. #3 is most important... 

First point.. I dont want ANY traffic to leave your site and go to the
map. What i want is for GOOGLE's SPIDERS to see that tons o wisp's
sites are pointing to the WISP MAP.

2nd.
MAP by my estimation.. .we should be getting 45,000 unique visitors to
our GOOGLE MAP - IF we land on page 1 of google. under wireless
Internet

So... IF

your site did indeed loose some traffic.. then I'm sure you'd get more
in return.. besides... your listing will ALWAYS be on the map... you
can just REMOVE YOUR LINK TO THE MAP at will.. so its a pretty safe
deal.

IF you really want to prevent any vistors from seeing the link, just
put a blue background gif or jpg behind the html wireless internet
text link...

___
3rd. 

IF you wish... since i believe that WISPS and 3g Cellular does NOT
need to compete...

I can put a large qualifier that says, If you are looking for FIXED
Location Broadband Choose a WISP over EVDO. EVDO is generally slower.
It is better Suited for Mobile Internet Needs.


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Re: [WISPA] Hurricane? - worse than media says

2005-08-30 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Rick,

I just got a call from a Federal Law Enforcement agency... cant say who.. BUT... they tell me that the Hurricane has killed hundreds.. NOT 70. there is wide spread looting.. AND prisons are being overthrown by inmates.. 


WOW!
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Mac and Johnny O, are you guys far enough inland? This storm looks to be something else. Best of wishes to both of you!
 Let us all know what we can do to help.

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Re: [WISPA] GOOGLE Maps - Marketing PROPOSAL - 3 points.

2005-08-30 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
John, thanks for your positive comments...
As far as I'm concerned. if you consider the 40,000-50,000 UNIQUE
People PER DAY who look at the top TEN of GOOGLE... under wireless
internet

they are NOT finding what they are looking for

#1 =
http://www.internet.com/sections/it.html
#10=
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/2115271.stm

Boingo shows up #3 BUT thats just 1 out of TEN listings that shows the
consumer HOW TO GET INTERNET SERVICE... the rest are useless to
someone on dialup wanting faster speed.

So.. there's a HUGE OPPORTUNITY waiting for us.. We just need to pool
are strengths.. and heck.. its important enough to me that i'm willing
to make my fair share of compromises so that we all arrive together...
happily  :o)



RE REMOVE and EDIT.. we are still working on that now.. we're almost
done.. :o)  hang in there... bob



RE ATTEMPTED ADDITION OF POINTS
JOHN, where is your wisp??? lemme see if i can manually add a few
point for you and let you know what i did..




On 8/30/05, John Scrivner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I think this all sounds logical to me. I applaud the effort for getting
 us out there on the net. Let me know how I can help the effort. I have
 tried to get my information on there a few times with no success but I
 am willing to keep working it as long as you are. I think it might be a
 good idea for you to have a web page URL for WISPs to go to that is easy
 to remember that tells us exactly, step by step, what we need to do to
 post to your site. Then we can each go there without having to try to
 look through archives or old email messages to find the steps.
 Especially since these steps and instructions have changed periodically.
 Then you can update the page with new information as changes happen on
 this beta effort.
 All the best,
 John Scrivner
 
 
 Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor wrote:
 
 Mac, Let me figure out what went wrong.. i have no problem removing
 your listings but would you prefer that we corrected the positioning?
 
 Tom.. OK.. i see... Well.. hmmm... 3 points.. #3 is most important...
 
 First point.. I dont want ANY traffic to leave your site and go to the
 map. What i want is for GOOGLE's SPIDERS to see that tons o wisp's
 sites are pointing to the WISP MAP.
 
 2nd.
 MAP by my estimation.. .we should be getting 45,000 unique visitors to
 our GOOGLE MAP - IF we land on page 1 of google. under wireless
 Internet
 
 So... IF
 
 your site did indeed loose some traffic.. then I'm sure you'd get more
 in return.. besides... your listing will ALWAYS be on the map... you
 can just REMOVE YOUR LINK TO THE MAP at will.. so its a pretty safe
 deal.
 
 IF you really want to prevent any vistors from seeing the link, just
 put a blue background gif or jpg behind the html wireless internet
 text link...
 
 ___
 3rd.
 
 IF you wish... since i believe that WISPS and 3g Cellular does NOT
 need to compete...
 
 I can put a large qualifier that says, If you are looking for FIXED
 Location Broadband Choose a WISP over EVDO. EVDO is generally slower.
 It is better Suited for Mobile Internet Needs.
 
 
 
 
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Re: [WISPA] GOOGLE Maps - MVN.com

2005-08-30 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
John...

Ok.. i've added your WISP to the map.. it works fine ..
if you want to add more points...

1. 
go to http://wifi-hotspot.wirelessinternetcoverage.com/inputpreview.html
2. Zoom into the place where you want your point
3. fill in the last form at the bottom
4. check USE CURRENT GPS ON
5. go to http://evdo-coverage.com/wireless-internet-service/
to see your point.

lemme know if i missed anything

On 8/30/05, John Scrivner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I think it would be good to have a way to remove entries for WISPs if we
 wish. I wold encourage a username and password system for this however.
 Not to load you down with work. Just want this to be a success for us all.
 Thanks,
 Scriv
 
 
 Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor wrote:
 
 Mac, Let me figure out what went wrong.. i have no problem removing
 your listings but would you prefer that we corrected the positioning?
 
 Tom.. OK.. i see... Well.. hmmm... 3 points.. #3 is most important...
 
 First point.. I dont want ANY traffic to leave your site and go to the
 map. What i want is for GOOGLE's SPIDERS to see that tons o wisp's
 sites are pointing to the WISP MAP.
 
 2nd.
 MAP by my estimation.. .we should be getting 45,000 unique visitors to
 our GOOGLE MAP - IF we land on page 1 of google. under wireless
 Internet
 
 So... IF
 
 your site did indeed loose some traffic.. then I'm sure you'd get more
 in return.. besides... your listing will ALWAYS be on the map... you
 can just REMOVE YOUR LINK TO THE MAP at will.. so its a pretty safe
 deal.
 
 IF you really want to prevent any vistors from seeing the link, just
 put a blue background gif or jpg behind the html wireless internet
 text link...
 
 ___
 3rd.
 
 IF you wish... since i believe that WISPS and 3g Cellular does NOT
 need to compete...
 
 I can put a large qualifier that says, If you are looking for FIXED
 Location Broadband Choose a WISP over EVDO. EVDO is generally slower.
 It is better Suited for Mobile Internet Needs.
 
 
 
 
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[WISPA] GOOGLE Maps - FRIDAY Marketing Summary.

2005-08-19 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Team...
Update...
ok... while we are putting the final fixes on the beta... 
I've got the V1.0 WISP Map Team upgrading BETA to V1.0
You'll see login and the ability to UPDATE your entries.

MEANWHILE.. on MARKETING... UPDATE
- Day ONE, we had over 100,000 unique visitors see your map thanks to slashdot.
http://extremetracking.com/open;reloads?login=wifihot (see week 28)
- We are #6 under an MSN search for wifi hotspot (popular search)
http://search.msn.com/results.aspx?FORM=MSNHsrch_type=0q=wifi+hotspot
- We have a stable 200-400 unique daily visitors now.

Now.. i want to get back up to 100,000 unique visitors a DAY.. 
My Proposal is forth comming... Next email..
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[WISPA] GOOGLE Maps - Marketing PROPOSAL

2005-08-19 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
OK.. so the last email discloses what we've accomplished to drive
traffic to all WISPA.org Members and my company too...

to increase the popularity and GOOGLE traffic of this map...
(Currently.. we have about 200-400 unique people a day who visit the 
http://evdo-coverage.com/wireless-internet-service map.)
... I want your help ...
... with your colaboration we can drive about 20,000 per day to the
site within about 2 months

MARKETING PROPOSAL:
THREE things:

1. Put a link on the TOP HALF of the home page of any of your websites
(or the most linked to page of your website - to find out which it
is.. see http://linkpopularity.com )
as LITTERALLY:

a href=http://evdo-coverage.com/wireless-internet-service;Wireless
Internet/a

WHY?
Google places website on the top 10 of any search mainly based on
WHICH LINK WORDS are used... so.. if you make the link from words like
see other wisps here... to the map,,, then ONLY people who google
see other wisps here are likely to find our wisp map.. and who's
really gunna search for see other wisps here??? People mainly search
for wireless internet or wireless internet service So.. that's why
the code above is limited to the words wireless internet. If you
want, i can provide google search request starts for words like
wireless internet vs. wisp vs wireless dsl. I can show how much
traffic is generated on any keyword set. lemme know if you want.

2. If you are a member of any other forum or list.. please add the URL
to your signature. and talk about this map... this will also put up
more sign posts on the internet. and by cooperating, we can get
everyone the lion's share of the traffic found via forums, google, and
word of mouth...

3. I have an open reservation for about $8000 of advertising at
http://engadget.com. I will use all or part of that to promote the
http://evdo-coverage.com/wireless-internet-service map. Main thing is
that with just 2 drops of your participation, we will all end up with
10 gallons of traffic daily.

Looking forward to our mutual greater success...

Let me know what pages you linked from too...
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[WISPA] GOOGLE MAP New Feature: Use Scroll wheel

2005-08-19 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
http://evdo-coverage.com/wireless-internet-service/
try out your mouse scroll wheel...   :o)

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[WISPA] GOOGLE MAP - Adding Your WISP + New Features

2005-08-18 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Team,

UPDATE:
Single Point for Wisp is NOT on the plate - we've scrapped the idea .. thx tom.


NEW FEATURES:
The map is pretty solid.. we CURRENTLY are adding a cool, 
1) SCROLL WHEEL ZOOM feature... so a click will just be a click ...
2) Loggin For self editing...
3) State Filter


ADDING YOUR WISP:
BUT.. since the ADD URL feature is still Down...
if you want to get yourself on the map now...
http://wifi-hotspot.wirelessinternetcoverage.com/inputpreview.html
is the admin panel...
i just tested it... it works well.

HOW TO ADD YOUR WISP:
1. Make sure that you use the very LAST FORM.2. Check, USE CURRENT GPS ON
3. under category, type, wisp
4.align your AP center to the cross hairs - you gotta zoom
5. Enter as much info as you can... the Address fields are now functional
AND adding addresses will help for the state level filter

Hit enter. thx.. and please let NON Wispa.org wisps know too... so that is map becomes popular and we all get more traffic

_
IF there are some HUGE urgent correction issues.. lemme know what they are.. i will TRY to fit them in.. .. BUT since we will be going V1.0 soon.. your LOGIN/ADMIN feature may be ready for you to self correct.. thanks!




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[WISPA] new GOOGLE MAP Ready for Beta Testing

2005-08-17 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Team.

http://evdo-coverage.com/wireless-internet-service/

is ready to be beta tested... 

oddly.. it's missing some of the data that comes up in my admin screen at
http://wifi-hotspot.wirelessinternetcoverage.com/inputpreview.html

try them both and let me know if your wisp shows in the ADMIN Screen BUT NOT in the public website:http://evdo-coverage.com/wireless-internet-service/




PS.. reminded.. to use the admin screen...
you'll need to enter the work WISP in the blank field and check the box to its left ... then press show 100 points and give it about 20 seconds.. 

lemme know.. .awaiting your feedback ...thx-- Robert Q Kim, Wireless Internet Advisorhttp://evdo-coverage.comhttp://wirelessinternetcoverage.com
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[WISPA] Google map UPDATE

2005-08-17 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
team, the ADD A WISP feature is right now being programmed back in.. I'll let you know when it's ready...

Show other sites... yes.. We are thinking about showing 1 central point per wisp THEN if the user is interested in seeing more.. the number of points can expand to show all your ap's or footprint centers...

looks like things are moving ahead... thanks for your patience too.. 
On 8/16/05, Tom DeReggi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Or a button that says, Show other sites by this provider.


Tom DeReggiRapidDSL  Wireless, Inc

IntAirNet- Fixed Wireless Broadband

- Original Message - 
From: Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
 

To: WISPA General List ; 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2005 2:42 PM
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree

Scott.. that makes sense.. i think what we will do is have a button next to the CITY/ZIP filters that say, SHOW SURROUNDING Wireless Internet Service Providers

that will make sure the map is more useful... thoughts?

John, can we do this???
On 8/16/05, Scott Reed [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
Some are typists, some are clickers. Clickers don't type. Not too hard to click on a state, click on a city and be close to home. Just need to be able to see the WISPs that are in town. 
I realize that you have drop downs for the cities, but as someone mentioned before, if I list my WISP as Richmond, then people in Webster, Williamsburg, Fountain City, Whitewater, Middlebourogh, Boston, Centerville, Mineral Springs, Cambridge City, Penville, Milton, Hagerstown, Greensfork, ... may not find me. And that is in a 10 to 15 mile circle. If they click on their town and get a 25 mile map with markers, they found me. If they put in their own zip, they may not find me. 
Scott Reed Owner NewWays Wireless Networking Network Design, Installation and Administration 
www.nwwnet.net -- Original Message --- From: Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor 
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org, 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tue, 16 Aug 2005 10:23:02 -0700 Subject: Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree  John, see below.. 2 links for you to compare for the Fieldmapping issue... 
 Tom, Scott,, ok.. i see now... yes.. i agree...well... we do have a State/City/Zip filter.. that outta help... so that the user doesnt have to circumnavigate the globe to find ya :o)   
 currently our map has this data  http://photos21.flickr.com/34558146_a2c9ca64d4_o.jpg 
 but since the DB ties are not done yet...  http://photos22.flickr.com/34564496_549efc3f13_o.jpg 
   is what you'll get till we are done...working on it now.. lemme know what other thoughts you have tooOn 8/16/05, 
Scott Reed [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 
Which is what my original post was about as well. I do not have a problem with how to enter, though I hope I can edit soon. It is a pain for the potential customer. I always tell the programmers that have worked for me, I do not care how hard it is for you, it MUST be easy for the user. Same here, doesn't have to be super easy for me to get my sites listed, but the potential customer should not have to work to find me. 
  Scott Reed  Owner  NewWays  Wireless Networking  Network Design, Installation and Administration  
www.nwwnet.net   -- Original Message ---  From: Tom DeReggi 
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]  To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org 
 Sent: Tue, 16 Aug 2005 12:41:17 -0400  Subject: Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree Robert,  
You may have misunderstood. Entering my sites is NOT awkward for me, and I do not mind the proceedure. I am a technical person, intuitive to figure it out, and worth my time to enter once, regardless if awkward, for the advantage of many to open easilly. 
 My complaint, was for prospects to find my info after it was entered, was awkward for them. If it is awkward for the porspect, they won't spend the time to locate all the possible cell site locations available to them.My concern is strictly about improving the ease and accuracy for the prospect to find the data on the map. That is whereimprovements are needed most. 
 I agree that your project is comming along well, and I appreciate your contribution. My comments are strictly meant as helpful criticism so it may continue to evolve. 
 Tom DeReggi   RapidDSL  Wireless, Inc 
  - Original Message -   From: 
Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor   To: WISPA General List
   Sent: Monday, August 15, 2005 8:08 PM   Subject: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree Tom.. awkward is the right word.. and i do agree.. the good news is that while its not ideal for you to enter your points yet (getting better) your potential clients will have a pretty simple time of it.. but.. .i'm still working on it.. 
On 8/15/05, Tom DeReggi 
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  I'd like to see autozoom to the state level when you click on the state. Its difficult to make out the up to 100 sites in the area on the full zoom out national view. If you click on ome of them then when

Re: [WISPA] Google map UPDATE

2005-08-17 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Johnny,

no problem... the website is benefiting my company greatly too... with out your WISP data.. i'd get much less traffic... so its a win win.. the way things work best! thanks!
On 8/17/05, JohnnyO [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Thanks Robert - Can't Wait - You're awesome for doing this for us.

JohnnyO



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[EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Sent: Wednesday, August 17, 2005 3:02 PMTo: WISPA General ListSubject: [WISPA] Google map UPDATE
team, the ADD A WISP feature is right now being programmed back in.. I'll let you know when it's ready...

Show other sites... yes.. We are thinking about showing 1 central point per wisp THEN if the user is interested in seeing more.. the number of points can expand to show all your ap's or footprint centers...

looks like things are moving ahead... thanks for your patience too.. 
On 8/16/05, Tom DeReggi [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote: 

Or a button that says, Show other sites by this provider.


Tom DeReggiRapidDSL  Wireless, Inc

IntAirNet- Fixed Wireless Broadband

- Original Message - 
From: Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor 


To: WISPA General List ; 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2005 2:42 PM
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree

Scott.. that makes sense.. i think what we will do is have a button next to the CITY/ZIP filters that say, SHOW SURROUNDING Wireless Internet Service Providers

that will make sure the map is more useful... thoughts?

John, can we do this???
On 8/16/05, Scott Reed [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 

Some are typists, some are clickers. Clickers don't type. Not too hard to click on a state, click on a city and be close to home. Just need to be able to see the WISPs that are in town. 
I realize that you have drop downs for the cities, but as someone mentioned before, if I list my WISP as Richmond, then people in Webster, Williamsburg, Fountain City, Whitewater, Middlebourogh, Boston, Centerville, Mineral Springs, Cambridge City, Penville, Milton, Hagerstown, Greensfork, ... may not find me. And that is in a 10 to 15 mile circle. If they click on their town and get a 25 mile map with markers, they found me. If they put in their own zip, they may not find me. 
Scott Reed Owner NewWays Wireless Networking Network Design, Installation and Administration 
www.nwwnet.net -- Original Message --- From: Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor 
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org, 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tue, 16 Aug 2005 10:23:02 -0700 Subject: Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree  John, see below.. 2 links for you to compare for the Fieldmapping issue... 
 Tom, Scott,, ok.. i see now... yes.. i agree...well... we do have a State/City/Zip filter.. that outta help... so that the user doesnt have to circumnavigate the globe to find ya :o)   
 currently our map has this data  http://photos21.flickr.com/34558146_a2c9ca64d4_o.jpg 
 but since the DB ties are not done yet...  http://photos22.flickr.com/34564496_549efc3f13_o.jpg 
   is what you'll get till we are done...working on it now.. lemme know what other thoughts you have tooOn 8/16/05, 
Scott Reed [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 
Which is what my original post was about as well. I do not have a problem with how to enter, though I hope I can edit soon. It is a pain for the potential customer. I always tell the programmers that have worked for me, I do not care how hard it is for you, it MUST be easy for the user. Same here, doesn't have to be super easy for me to get my sites listed, but the potential customer should not have to work to find me. 
  Scott Reed  Owner  NewWays  Wireless Networking  Network Design, Installation and Administration  
www.nwwnet.net   -- Original Message ---  From: Tom DeReggi 
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]  To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org 
 Sent: Tue, 16 Aug 2005 12:41:17 -0400  Subject: Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree Robert,  
You may have misunderstood. Entering my sites is NOT awkward for me, and I do not mind the proceedure. I am a technical person, intuitive to figure it out, and worth my time to enter once, regardless if awkward, for the advantage of many to open easilly. 
 My complaint, was for prospects to find my info after it was entered, was awkward for them. If it is awkward for the porspect, they won't spend the time to locate all the possible cell site locations available to them.My concern is strictly about improving the ease and accuracy for the prospect to find the data on the map. That is whereimprovements are needed most. 
 I agree that your project is comming along well, and I appreciate your contribution. My comments are strictly meant as helpful criticism so it may continue to evolve. 
 Tom DeReggi   RapidDSL  Wireless, Inc 
  - Original Message -   From: 
Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor   To: WISPA General List
   Sent: Monday, August 15, 2005 8:08 PM   Subject

Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree

2005-08-16 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
John, see below.. 2 links for you to compare for the Fieldmapping issue...


Tom, Scott,, ok.. i see now... yes.. i agree...

well... we do have a State/City/Zip filter.. that outta help... so that the user doesnt have to circumnavigate the globe to find ya :o)

currently our map has this data
http://photos21.flickr.com/34558146_a2c9ca64d4_o.jpg
but since the DB ties are not done yet...
http://photos22.flickr.com/34564496_549efc3f13_o.jpg

is what you'll get till we are done...
working on it now.. lemme know what other thoughts you have too
On 8/16/05, Scott Reed [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Which is what my original post was about as well. I do not have a problem with how to enter, though I hope I can edit soon. It is a pain for the potential customer. I always tell the programmers that have worked for me, I do not care how hard it is for you, it MUST be easy for the user. Same here, doesn't have to be super easy for me to get my sites listed, but the potential customer should not have to work to find me. 
Scott Reed Owner NewWays Wireless Networking Network Design, Installation and Administration 
www.nwwnet.net -- Original Message --- From: Tom DeReggi 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org 
Sent: Tue, 16 Aug 2005 12:41:17 -0400 Subject: Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree 
 Robert,You may have misunderstood. Entering my sites is NOT awkward for me, and I do not mind the proceedure. I am a technical person, intuitive to figure it out, and worth my time to enter once, regardless if awkward, for the advantage of many to open easilly.
My complaint, was for prospects to find my info after it was entered, was awkward for them. If it is awkward for the porspect, they won't spend the time to locate all the possible cell site locations available to them.My concern is strictly about improving the ease and accuracy for the prospect to find the data on the map. That is whereimprovements are needed most.
I agree that your project is comming along well, and I appreciate your contribution. My comments are strictly meant as helpful criticism so it may continue to evolve.
Tom DeReggi  RapidDSL  Wireless, Inc 
 - Original Message -  From: 
Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor  To: WISPA General List 
 Sent: Monday, August 15, 2005 8:08 PM  Subject: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree   Tom.. awkward is the right word.. and i do agree.. the good news is that while its not ideal for you to enter your points yet (getting better) your potential clients will have a pretty simple time of it.. but.. .i'm still working on it.. 
  On 8/15/05, Tom DeReggi [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote: 
 I'd like to see autozoom to the state level when you click on the state. Its difficult to make out the up to 100 sites in the area on the full zoom out national view. If you click on ome of them then when you zoom in it stays homed in on the region. But then none of the other points show up on the maps, until you unclick on the first point. Its stillawkward. 
   Tom DeReggi  RapidDSL  Wireless, Inc   
 - Original Message -  From: 
Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor   To: WISPA General List
  Sent: Monday, August 15, 2005 2:26 PM  Subject: Re: [WISPA] GOOGLEMAP URL - SORRY... Thats a good point.  hmmm...the only problem with populating points by clicking a state.. while it DOES remove that extra filter step... is that XML lookups take some time.. and if you click the wrong state.. it'll take 10 secs to get back to the state you want... 
   it may be worth it though... its a trade off... lemme see.. On 8/15/05, Scott Reed 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 
Here is your next enhancement. I am a customer looking for service. I go to the site, click WISP (I know what I want) and click on my state. I would want to see some indication there are providers there. Next click, markers, all the way in to the one I want. 
  Scott Reed  Owner  NewWays  Wireless Networking  Network Design, Installation and Administration  
www.nwwnet.net-- Original Message ---  From: Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor 
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]  To: wispa wireless@wispa.org  Sent: Mon, 15 Aug 2005 09:28:05 -0700 
 Subject: [WISPA] GOOGLEMAP URL - SORRY...oops... sorry...   heres the url   
http://evdo-coverage.com/wireless-internet-service/   remember.. just double left click on the map till you geta popup window that lets you add a point..   --   Robert Q Kim, Wireless Internet Advisor 
  http://evdo-coverage.com   
http://wirelessinternetcoverage.com   http://hsdpa-coverage.com 2611 S. Pacific Coast Highway 101 
  Suite 102   Cardiff by the Sea, CA 92007   206 984 0880  --- End of Original Message ---   --  WISPA Wireless List: 
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Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree

2005-08-16 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Scott.. that makes sense.. i think what we will do is have a button next to the CITY/ZIP filters that say, SHOW SURROUNDING Wireless Internet Service Providers

that will make sure the map is more useful... thoughts?

John, can we do this???
On 8/16/05, Scott Reed [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Some are typists, some are clickers. Clickers don't type. Not too hard to click on a state, click on a city and be close to home. Just need to be able to see the WISPs that are in town. 
I realize that you have drop downs for the cities, but as someone mentioned before, if I list my WISP as Richmond, then people in Webster, Williamsburg, Fountain City, Whitewater, Middlebourogh, Boston, Centerville, Mineral Springs, Cambridge City, Penville, Milton, Hagerstown, Greensfork, ... may not find me. And that is in a 10 to 15 mile circle. If they click on their town and get a 25 mile map with markers, they found me. If they put in their own zip, they may not find me. 
Scott Reed Owner NewWays Wireless Networking Network Design, Installation and Administration 
www.nwwnet.net -- Original Message --- From: Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org, 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tue, 16 Aug 2005 10:23:02 -0700 Subject: Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree  John, see below.. 2 links for you to compare for the Fieldmapping issue... 
 Tom, Scott,, ok.. i see now... yes.. i agree...well... we do have a State/City/Zip filter.. that outta help... so that the user doesnt have to circumnavigate the globe to find ya :o)   
 currently our map has this data  http://photos21.flickr.com/34558146_a2c9ca64d4_o.jpg
  but since the DB ties are not done yet...  http://photos22.flickr.com/34564496_549efc3f13_o.jpg
is what you'll get till we are done...working on it now.. lemme know what other thoughts you have tooOn 8/16/05, 
Scott Reed [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 
Which is what my original post was about as well. I do not have a problem with how to enter, though I hope I can edit soon. It is a pain for the potential customer. I always tell the programmers that have worked for me, I do not care how hard it is for you, it MUST be easy for the user. Same here, doesn't have to be super easy for me to get my sites listed, but the potential customer should not have to work to find me. 
  Scott Reed  Owner  NewWays  Wireless Networking  Network Design, Installation and Administration  
www.nwwnet.net   -- Original Message ---  From: Tom DeReggi 
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]  To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org 
 Sent: Tue, 16 Aug 2005 12:41:17 -0400  Subject: Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree Robert,  
You may have misunderstood. Entering my sites is NOT awkward for me, and I do not mind the proceedure. I am a technical person, intuitive to figure it out, and worth my time to enter once, regardless if awkward, for the advantage of many to open easilly. 
 My complaint, was for prospects to find my info after it was entered, was awkward for them. If it is awkward for the porspect, they won't spend the time to locate all the possible cell site locations available to them.My concern is strictly about improving the ease and accuracy for the prospect to find the data on the map. That is whereimprovements are needed most. 
 I agree that your project is comming along well, and I appreciate your contribution. My comments are strictly meant as helpful criticism so it may continue to evolve. 
 Tom DeReggi   RapidDSL  Wireless, Inc 
  - Original Message -   From: 
Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor   To: WISPA General List
   Sent: Monday, August 15, 2005 8:08 PM   Subject: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree Tom.. awkward is the right word.. and i do agree.. the good news is that while its not ideal for you to enter your points yet (getting better) your potential clients will have a pretty simple time of it.. but.. .i'm still working on it.. 
On 8/15/05, Tom DeReggi 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]  wrote: 
  I'd like to see autozoom to the state level when you click on the state. Its difficult to make out the up to 100 sites in the area on the full zoom out national view. If you click on ome of them then when you zoom in it stays homed in on the region. But then none of the other points show up on the maps, until you unclick on the first point. Its stillawkward. 
 Tom DeReggi   RapidDSL  Wireless, Inc
  - Original Message -   From: 
Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor To: 
WISPA General List   Sent: Monday, August 15, 2005 2:26 PM   Subject: Re: [WISPA] GOOGLEMAP URL - SORRY...Thats a good point.   hmmm... 
 the only problem with populating points by clicking a state.. while it DOES remove that extra filter step... is that XML lookups take some time.. and if you click the wrong state.. it'll take 10 secs to get back to the state you want... 
 it may be worth it though... its a trade off... lemme see..On 8/15/05, Scott Reed

[WISPA] Google Maps Cleaned Up and BETA RELEASE READY

2005-08-15 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
guys... is been a while... sorry it took so long.. BUT i think you'll really like it.

ok.. so now.. you can just double click on the map and it will add a point where you double click...

i am working on getting the add a point feature to work via RIGHT MOUSE click on the map

BUT.. for now.. its double left click...

So.. SUMMARY... to add your AP or Service areas...

JUST DOUBLE LEFT CLICK on the MAP till you can add a point... 


lemme know what you think! thanks! bob-- Robert Q Kim, Wireless Internet Advisorhttp://evdo-coverage.com
http://wirelessinternetcoverage.comhttp://hsdpa-coverage.com2611 S. Pacific Coast Highway 101Suite 102Cardiff by the Sea, CA 92007206 984 0880 
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Re: [WISPA] Google Maps Cleaned Up and BETA RELEASE READY

2005-08-15 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
John.. i'm forwarding your request to our programmer... i think your points are NOT showing because we have a 100 point limit.. but not sure.. hang on.. 
On 8/15/05, John Scrivner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Go to Illinois and click your way down to the intersection of Interstate57 and 64 (Mount Vernon, Illinois). Or you can go to 62864 zip code. I
have followed the steps and my information is not showing up. I put inthe title as MVN.net. Description was Mall Tower. The URL for mynetwork is http://www.mvn.net/
. Please tell me what I am doing wrong. Myinformation appears to go into the system when I click Add my WISP butI can not find it.Thanks,ScrivRobert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor wrote:
 guys... is been a while... sorry it took so long.. BUT i think you'll really like it. ok.. so now.. you can just double click on the map and it will add a point where you double click...
 i am working on getting the add a point feature to work via RIGHT MOUSE click on the map BUT.. for now.. its double left click... So.. SUMMARY... to add your AP or Service areas...
 JUST DOUBLE LEFT CLICK on the MAP till you can add a point... lemme know what you think! thanks! bob -- Robert Q Kim, Wireless Internet Advisor 
http://evdo-coverage.com http://wirelessinternetcoverage.com http://hsdpa-coverage.com 2611 S. Pacific Coast Highway 101
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Re: [WISPA] GOOGLEMAP URL - SORRY...

2005-08-15 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Thats a good point.
hmmm... 

the only problem with populating points by clicking a state.. while it DOES remove that extra filter step... is that XML lookups take some time.. and if you click the wrong state.. it'll take 10 secs to get back to the state you want... 


it may be worth it though... its a trade off... lemme see..
On 8/15/05, Scott Reed [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Here is your next enhancement. I am a customer looking for service. I go to the site, click WISP (I know what I want) and click on my state. I would want to see some indication there are providers there. Next click, markers, all the way in to the one I want. 
Scott Reed Owner NewWays Wireless Networking Network Design, Installation and Administration 
www.nwwnet.net 
-- Original Message --- From: Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] To: wispa wireless@wispa.org Sent: Mon, 15 Aug 2005 09:28:05 -0700 
Subject: [WISPA] GOOGLEMAP URL - SORRY...  oops... sorry...  heres the url  
http://evdo-coverage.com/wireless-internet-service/  remember.. just double left click on the map till you geta popup window that lets you add a point..  --  Robert Q Kim, Wireless Internet Advisor 
 http://evdo-coverage.com  
http://wirelessinternetcoverage.com  http://hsdpa-coverage.com   2611 S. Pacific Coast Highway 101 
 Suite 102  Cardiff by the Sea, CA 92007  206 984 0880 --- End of Original Message --- --WISPA Wireless List: 
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