Re: [WISPA] 11n CPE?

2009-04-01 Thread tonylist
Rogelio We will have one ready very soon, are you looking for 2.4Ghz or 5Ghz? Sincerely, Tony Morella Demarc Technology Group, A Wireless Solution Provider Office: 207-667-7583 Fax: 207-433-1008 http://www.demarctech.com -Original Message- From: wireless-boun...@wispa.org

Re: [WISPA] Billing and process management system

2008-12-04 Thread tonylist
I debated on whether to put this out there but since Tim did what the heck :) Demarc has been working on something like this for the past few months and will soon have a demo site up for people to take a look at our offer. But to give you the basis: - Our solutions will have about 95% of what both

Re: [WISPA] Indoor Access Points

2008-11-25 Thread tonylist
Josh https://www.demarctech.com/products/reliawave-rwr/rwr-hpg-i.htm We can work with WISPA members at $89.99 for any qty. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Josh Luthman Sent: Tuesday, November 18, 2008 3:21 PM To: WISPA General List

Re: [WISPA] Good 24vdc to 48vdc up converter

2008-07-29 Thread tonylist
Had these made for our units: https://www.demarctech.com/store/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/21_34/produc ts_id/247?osCsid=4ga5ta6aaupft1nh2pi7b1qkl0 -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of John McDowell Sent: Friday, July 11, 2008 1:52 PM To:

Re: [WISPA] Mini-pci WIMAX cards and drivers... Available anywhere?

2008-07-27 Thread tonylist
And if you could get then what you do with them?? Wimax mini-pci are client side only there is no way to use them as a Wimax base stations. The protocol does not allow for it and there is allot more to a base then a radio and software. This is not to say someone could not hack a radio and hal to

Re: [WISPA] [WISPA Members] Freespace Systems Introduces the first 1, 000mW High Performance 802.11b/g Radio

2008-07-24 Thread tonylist
They are made by compex: http://www.compex.com.sg/home/products1.asp?20070314532323 Sincerely, Tony Morella Demarc Technology Group, A Wireless Solution Provider Office: 207-667-7583 Fax: 207-433-1008 http://www.demarctech.com -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL

Re: [WISPA] FCC Member, Lessig Unveil U.S. Broadband Initiative

2008-06-30 Thread tonylist
Mike It is a bit too early to say right now, once the MAC is done we will have a better idea. Sincerely, Tony Morella Demarc Technology Group, A Wireless Solution Provider Office: 207-667-7583 Fax: 207-433-1008 http://www.demarctech.com -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [WISPA] 802.11y future and vendors?

2008-06-30 Thread tonylist
We are looking into this now, it looks like it can all me done in the MAC/HAL the way the spec is done but it's still a wait and see. We are looking at ways to do more of a pre-802.11y, as long as it passes the FCC muster we are good. Sincerely, Tony Morella Demarc Technology Group, A Wireless

Re: [WISPA] FCC Member, Lessig Unveil U.S. Broadband Initiative

2008-06-30 Thread tonylist
Tom You are still thinking like an 802.11 only protocol :) I can see you have your mind set, once things get closer to having real product then this would be a more valuable thread, until then! Sincerely, Tony Morella Demarc Technology Group, A Wireless Solution Provider Office: 207-667-7583

[WISPA] Update from the FCC on 3.65Ghz and CBP

2008-06-30 Thread tonylist
Update from the FCC. This makes is very clear to me what the FCC is looking for, if there are any questions or comments feel free. Sincerely, Tony Morella Demarc Technology Group, A Wireless Solution Provider Office: 207-667-7583 Fax: 207-433-1008 http://www.demarctech.com Tony: Thank you for

Re: [WISPA] TV Whitespaces

2008-06-29 Thread tonylist
Mike Right now it is in draft but very close to going to the next stage. But there is a lot more going on here than just a standard. - The 802.22 is setting a precedence, besides the engineers that are creating 802.22 also involved are the incumbents that hold the TV channels and they

Re: [WISPA] FCC Member, Lessig Unveil U.S. Broadband Initiative

2008-06-29 Thread tonylist
Mike - It's not just a single antenna on one channel, I am talking about channel reuse. Again need to stop thinking 802.11 - It is possible to have 50Mb-60Mb real data in a 70Mb/7Mhz channel with the right MAC and PHY and in real deployments. - The only reason a single user could use all the

Re: [WISPA] FCC Member, Lessig Unveil U.S. Broadband Initiative

2008-06-29 Thread tonylist
Mike - You really need to read the full 802.22 spec :) There is A LOT more than just channel bonding that make 802.22 good. - 6Mhz is more than enough for all WISPs needs when it's used correctly, again (I know) not 802.11 - 3.65Mhz is just in the startup Wimax was first to hit the street but

Re: [WISPA] FCC Member, Lessig Unveil U.S. Broadband Initiative

2008-06-29 Thread tonylist
I agree with you 100% right now they are not and I should make the point that what I am talking about is what will be coming down the line in the next 18-24 months. I understand most WISP are in the here and now :) But with this said things are in the works. Sincerely, Tony Morella Demarc

Re: [WISPA] FCC Member, Lessig Unveil U.S. Broadband Initiative

2008-06-29 Thread tonylist
Crap this was a typo should have been 10Mhz channel. Also right now 802.16m and LTE are doing 5bits/Hertz that has happen in field tests. Most of what I am talking about is OFDMA, MIMO with some type of advanced antenna system. I have seen test of AAS that are very cost effective it's just a

Re: [WISPA] FCC Member, Lessig Unveil U.S. Broadband Initiative

2008-06-26 Thread tonylist
Mike I do not agree with this at all. Most WISP are used to using 20Mhz 802.11 devices which are VERY frequency inefficient. With 20Mhz and a radio designed to make the most use of the spectrum could easily create channels using 3.5Mhz or 7Mhz in size plus channel reuse and polarizations. I could

Re: [WISPA] CPE recommendations?

2008-06-23 Thread tonylist
Rogelio Just as an FYI we have had customers install our 630mW indoor AP (119.95) and get better performance over the MetroFlex unit. https://www.demarctech.com/products/reliawave-rwr/rwr-hpg-i.htm Sincerely, Tony Morella Demarc Technology Group, A Wireless Solution Provider Office:

Re: [WISPA] n00b 802.16 questions

2008-04-20 Thread tonylist
Rogelio Disappointment is only because of the press. People working on the designs, development and working with it day to day will tell you that it works very well based on what the true specs are of both the frequencies and area being testing in. Right now the only option you have for Wimax

Re: [WISPA] Off Grid System Design Comments.

2008-03-18 Thread tonylist
FYI we had a 11-28vDC input to 48vDC output unit made for the wind/solar power design: http://www.demarctech.com/store/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/21_34/product s_id/247 While there is some energy loss in the conversion the overall cost and quality of a 12vDC works out better than using a pure

[WISPA] Off Grid System Design Comments.

2008-03-17 Thread tonylist
I wanted to get input from the WISPA list about a complete design for a off grid base station design base on a dual and quad radio system. We have been looking into this and have come up with a design using both wind and solar power that will keep a unit up and running 24/7/365. The idea is to

Re: [WISPA] pcb Ask Tony Morella

2008-02-19 Thread tonylist
We have not hear of any issues but we had 10,000 made with a stronger adhesive with better temp specs. Sincerely, Tony Morella Demarc Technology Group, A Wireless Solution Provider Office: 207-667-7583 Fax: 207-433-1008 http://www.demarctech.com   This communication constitutes an electronic

Re: [WISPA] [WISPA Members] WLAN stress test uncovers802.11performance problems

2008-02-18 Thread tonylist
Kurt This is a good point, the CPEs are all sending a signal back to the AP at random times but as you scale more are hitting at the same time which can over load the receivers on some AP radios. When you lower the power on the units that are closer this reduces the total power levels the radio

Re: [WISPA] pcb Ask Tony Morella

2008-02-18 Thread tonylist
We don't use them that much anymore in the new product lines but we do have stock they are .25 each less than 100 and 20 each with 100+. You can call and talk to one of our sales reps to order just reference part number MF-SLAD250ADH. Sincerely, Tony Morella Demarc Technology Group, A

Re: [WISPA] [WISPA Members] WLAN stress test uncovers 802.11performance problems

2008-02-14 Thread tonylist
Jack I will give in to your challenge, and focus on outdoors setups :) But first, I agree with you 100% about your comments; some venders saying add more APs will help as well as their smart systems will solve all their performance issues. We have been watching, talking and helping some of the

Re: [WISPA] One Ring Networks To Rollout New Wimax Service

2008-01-18 Thread tonylist
Tom You are calling the Wimax base station an AP, this is not the case they are true base stations with a large amount of RD behind them plus most are licensing code which adds a great deal of cost. I do not think you are going to see Wimax base stations anywhere near what WISP are used to doing,

Re: [WISPA] One Ring Networks To Rollout New Wimax Service

2008-01-17 Thread tonylist
Guys I keep hearing people say 3.65Ghz has more power than 2.4Ghz, I guess I can see this over all with 25Watt total but because of how the rules are written this is not the case. The base station in Wimax is 7 Watts EIRP max if you use the larger channel size, and less if you use the smaller

RE: [WISPA] 3650 PtMP vs. 2.4 PtMP

2007-11-21 Thread tonylist
Well this is yet to be seen, the noise floor at 3.65Ghz should be very clean. This means you will be able to make links as much lower signal levels then with 2.4Ghz. And OFDM will help with NearLOS issues with buildings, but if are dealing with trees OFDM is not going to help much this will come

RE: [WISPA] 3650 PtMP vs. 2.4 PtMP

2007-11-20 Thread tonylist
Mike Standard 3.65Ghz OFDM does not work as well as 2.4Ghz OFDM but it's better than 5Ghz OFDM. Right now we see 3.65Ghz as a great replacement for areas that have issues with LOS 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz business level users as well as PtP back haul links. This is simply because in most areas there is

RE: [WISPA] Alternative to Meraki mesh??

2007-10-30 Thread tonylist
Dennis OLSRd is open source and used on many devices. While I would not call it plug and play once you have a basic setup adding nodes is very easy. Also as there is a windows version of the code one can easily add any laptop or desktop computer to the mesh. Again this is just one more tool for a

RE: [WISPA] Alternative to Meraki mesh??

2007-10-25 Thread tonylist
Anthony Our complete RWR HPG product line has Mesh based on OLSRd (http://www.olsr.org/). http://www.demarctech.com/products/reliawave-rwr/index.html http://www.demarctech.com/about-us/demarc-rwr-press.pdf There is a GUI for olsrd which will run under Linux or Windows:

RE: [WISPA] Alternative to Meraki mesh??

2007-10-25 Thread tonylist
Jeromie On the RWR product line mesh is strictly base on OLSRd, so what it support so will the RWR. We have been getting many requests from customers for a low cost high power mesh that would work in campus and school setups, which the RWR works great for. We do not have multi SSID support but we

RE: [WISPA] Alternative to Meraki mesh??

2007-10-25 Thread tonylist
Tim While I agree with what you are saying in principal, the definition of a True Mesh is every changing :) OLSR is based on the ad-hoc design, and with the level of processor we are using, a single ESSID and channel with somewhere in the 75-100 interface range should work very well for most of

RE: [WISPA] Nice CPE

2007-05-31 Thread tonylist
I was just on there site and could not find any data about FCC nor could I find this on the FCC search, can anyone provide a URL for this?? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Tom DeReggi Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2007 11:57 PM To: WISPA

RE: [WISPA] $100 CPE?

2006-06-28 Thread tonylist
I am sure Charles and some are you are thinking the same thing I am on the 400mW unit, something just does not add up when manufactures are doing the same power and the cost of the card is the more then the cost of the full unit! I have not see this exact board but I have see a RTl8186 design that

RE: [WISPA] VoIP as a service offering - Skype, Yahoo, MS

2006-06-21 Thread tonylist
Yes they are, you have to ask for them but ATT offers these services to business. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Matt Liotta Sent: Tuesday, June 20, 2006 8:38 PM To: WISPA General List Subject: Re: [WISPA] VoIP as a service offering -

RE: [WISPA] VoIP as a service offering - Skype, Yahoo, MS

2006-06-20 Thread tonylist
Marlon We are looking at this now for Demarc and I can tell you the cost is less vs. pots if setup correctly . We have 5 standard pots lines coming in now at a basic cost of $220 after you add in all the taxes and fees. The we pay about $40 a month for long anywhere, any time, unlimited distance

RE: [WISPA] VoIP Is About More Than Replacing The Phone

2006-06-20 Thread tonylist
Rich In general I would agree with you expect for two features, one is video. Phones like the Grandstream GXV-3000 have are low cost with all the features one would need. I am not saying this is there yet as its not plug and play but it's a step in the right direction. Also the second is

RE: [WISPA] Wimax corrections-The info is out there if you look

2006-06-17 Thread tonylist
Brad I am glad I was able to clear this up. Also which company where you referring to with a $300 WiMax CPE at 5GHz?? Sincerely, Tony MorellaDemarc Technology Group, A Wireless Solution ProviderOffice: 207-667-7583 Fax: 207-433-1008http://www.demarctech.com This communication constitutes

RE: [WISPA] Wimax corrections-The info is out there if you look

2006-06-15 Thread tonylist
Brad - My point with issue was not about the contention it was just a general statement where any one doing or looking at manufacturing WiMax is not doing anything today with 3.65Ghz. I am sure this will change. - Again my comments where about RF, the same power limits are there and no

RE: [WISPA] Zcomax has WIMAX?

2006-06-13 Thread tonylist
Few things of info: - 3.5Ghz is not not license free in the, 50Mhz at 3.65 is but there are issue with using this with WiMax - WiMax doesNOT do any more at 2.4Ghz or 5Ghz then theproducts on the market today in reference to RF not protocol. - The WiMax protocol has many cool features but are

RE: [WISPA] SR9 cards......

2006-04-04 Thread tonylist
Blair What price points are you looking at for this setup? For now we are looking at these more for a back haul where you can get 2.4Ghz into a an area that is otherwise hard to reach. We are working on a 900Mhz CPE design also and hope to have is ready by Q2 using a lower cost design but still

RE: [WISPA] Un- licensed WIMAX?

2006-04-03 Thread tonylist
George From what we have seen most of the unlicensed WIMAX will come into its own in the first half of 2007. The limitation for low cost units comes down to the chipsets, we have tested prototype mini-pci WIMAX radios (5Ghz) but they are far from ready for prime time. Sincerely, Tony Morella

RE: [WISPA] SR9 cards......

2006-04-03 Thread tonylist
Blair We have received samples and the cards are working well, UB wanted to make sure these radios are 100% before releasing 900Mhz is much more difficult then 2.4 or even 5Ghz. It will be worth the wait. Sincerely, Tony Morella Demarc Technology Group, A Wireless Solution Provider Office:

RE: [WISPA] Ubiquiti Networks Reveals Prototype 902-928 MHz Mini-PCICard

2005-10-22 Thread tonylist
Brian Just and FYI Demarc has know about this for some time and as soon as its ready to go we will have CPE and base units that will support it. The CPE will come with 10dBi or 12dBi options as well as the 250mW or 1 Watt output options. While not locked down we should be able to do 4, 2 or 1