Defacto Wireless has them.
Talk to Dave Peterson.
A. Huppenthal wrote:
Passive PoE - Ebay item 5219201097 ...
Has anyone seen these from a disty here in the US? If I mis-read the
shipping its $6 per item to the US for a $7 item.
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Not sure what I did to get the WiNOG show blacklisted - but, taking our
event out of the mix, if you were going to look at alternative WISP/ISP
shows, I'd highly recommend checking out ISPCON
Although wireless is just one component of the show, the Golden Group (show
awww dude, the day after the red red wine will make you feel like
you rammed a freight train sometime in the night. I got to admit that I
like the Chianti - - - but in really small quantities!! hehehehehe -
you use the wicker jug that the Chianta comes in to put a candle in and
There is a session at WiNOG called WISPBONE and it is going to try an
address this topic. We'll keep you posted after the show to see if there is
any real interest. The basic idea is to see who wants to play and let their
backbone be part of it, then map out all the parties and their links. After
I don't think I would be a good (or credible) source for information about
WISPCON, given that Michael A has started a defamation campaign against me
In terms of ISPCON:
I would recommend checking out Jon Price's (organizer of ISPCON) weblog to
get a behind the scenes look at ISPCON
I've always liked Wisconsin (well for the long and beautiful summer,
sorry I can't come in Feb though wow, it can be cold)...
I have to note here. This is really Scriv's idea, not mine and I don't
want to step on his toes for this event. I don't know if he's going to
chime in here, but I want
Its all a social thing for me. I don't go to shows to learn anything new
much any more. Its all on the Web, or as you say, in the trade show demo
/ exhibit areas - you can ask some tough questions, like, when will the
Atlas radios be working reliably? They rock when they work, but I'm on
That would rock - No Vendors or Anyone Making $$ from selling gear for
profit to WISPs allowed !
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I used to like going to Nanog, because the vendors weren't there to sell you
stuff - they were there to advertise. And most of the people were there
socially. It was cool.
My how things change.
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Hell of a deal.. Gets my vote so far.. Michigan is cold though isn't it?
Been a long time since I was up there... Whatever we do, I think we
should have one of these this year... The summer in Aspen is pretty much
gone. We had 2 weeks in July and now its sweater weather, I kid you not.
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